Lenders' appetite for risky home loans will continue to wane in 2016, forcing borrowers to stump out bigger deposits for their property purchases.
Banks have nudged up interest rates on term deposits this year, a sign the very skinny returns from bank deposits may be starting to lift.
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ANZ boss Shayne Elliott said getting the Apple Pay deal across the line with Apple, a famously tough negotiator, had been "robust".
Deutsche Bank rose after CFO Marcus Schenck signalled that Germany's largest lender may have more time to build up capital buffers.
Norway's $US870 billion sovereign wealth fund returned to losses in the first quarter amid some of the most turbulent markets since the financial crisis.
A Senate probe into the superannuation gender gap, where women retire with half the savings of men, will urge drastic action on equal pay and push for new tax incentives.
What difference does it make if you use your phone or smartwatch to pay or your card? Not much.
Australia's economy is still "tracking below potential" and volatility will continue for the rest of 2016, as the country's fortunes from the mining boom wanes, according to JP Morgan.
Computershare chief Stuart Irving says analyst views it will be disrupted by blockchain are ill-informed and likely backed by vested interests.
Labor has announced it will force banks to share consumer data in a move aimed at making finance cheaper and more flexible for small business.
The whistleblower at the centre of the CommInsure scandal has revealed he raised concerns with one of the bank's most senior executives.
Kevin O'Sullivan and his chairman, Chris Cuffe, have promised to keep quiet about their views against a royal commission into the banks.
Thomas Simms was charged with four counts of fraud on Tuesday following a separate police investigation.
Stockbrokers are worried Labor's negative gearing policy could hit them because it also abolishes the tax break on shares.
Apple is expanding its mobile payment system in Australia after ANZ became the first of the big four banks to support it.
Commonwealth Bank is defending its sacking of whistleblower and former chief medical officer of its insurance arm, Benjamin Koh.
Two separate cases against ANZ hinge on whether the bank's traders were manipulating markets or legitimately trying to protect the bank's mega loan book from interest rate risk.
The banks' provisions for bad debts will be in the spotlight during interim results next week after the series of high profile collapses.
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Computershare's assurances that it has a plan to deal with lingering unfavourable global markets, growth challenges and long term disruption has yet to convince analysts.
Chain accused of charging interest rates of up to 420 per cent against vulnerable borrowers.
Outgoing AMP chairman Simon McKeon met with investors in Melbourne on Wednesday as shareholders quizzed the former Australian of the Year on the reasons for his departure from the $17.3 billion wealth manager.
Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen says a royal commission will probe the sales culture and incentives inside the major banks.
The banking giant has stopped lending to foreign buyers in a move that is likely to spark concerns about a slowdown in construction.
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UniSuper boss Kevin O'Sullivan is copping flak from the $52 billion superannuation fund's union stakeholders pressuring him to recant his opposition to calls for a royal commission into the banks.
The system is so stacked with problems, sweeping change is needed.
Catherine Brenner is emerging as a leading internal candidate to replace outgoing AMP chair Simon McKeon.
Australians appeared to dig deeper for others in the past year.
US stocks fell, with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index headed for the worst two-day drop since February, amid lacklustre earnings.
(Bloomberg) -- Iron ore's surprise rally may be a thing of the past in just three months. Rising supply will top demand once more and the sudden jump in speculative trading in China that's helped support gains is set to fizzle out, according to Brazil's Itau Unibanco Holding SA.
More Australians are steering clear of artificial sweeteners, sugary foods and drinks, and fatty meats and dairy products in the supermarket.
When it comes to protections for consumers, the Turnbull Government has decided to kick some pressing issues years down the road.
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