Gareth Hutchens The majority of Australians believe insurance companies try to unfairly avoid paying out after natural disasters.
Gareth Hutchens The industry is acting like a herd, with everyone building portfolios to track the market.
Gareth Hutchens THE Australian Securities Exchange has begun releasing weekly data showing the value of all ''dark'' trading on the local market.
Gareth Hutchens Only three out of 23 forecasters thought the government could deliver a surplus.
Gareth Hutchens Global sharemarkets have recently begun to witness a new form of adverse selection.
Gareth Hutchens Only four of our panel are forecasting a dollar below US100¢ by year's end.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's prudential and corporate regulators will develop plans to regulate shadow banking industry.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares closed nearly 1 per cent higher for the week, despite news that US House Republican leaders had walked away from their Plan B compromise for the country's fiscal cliff negotiations.
Colin Kruger and Gareth Hutchens The latest Federal Court ruling keeps the rescue of Nine Entertainment on track.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket closed at its highest for the year thanks to some end-of-year housekeeping.
Colin Kruger and Gareth Hutchens The rescue of Nine Entertainment remains on track with the Federal Court ruling today that opponents of a crucial scheme of arrangement cannot stop the deal going ahead.
Gareth Hutchens Stuart Alfred Fysh has been convicted of insider trading in the NSW Supreme Court.
Gareth Hutchens A former high-flying senior executive with British Gas has been jailed on two counts of insider trading in the NSW Supreme Court today.
Gareth Hutchens John Kay Jin Khoo is a former investment banker with global bank Royal Bank of Canada.
Gareth Hutchens Former high school friends have pleaded guilty to insider trading in illegal trades worth more than $250,000.
Gareth Hutchens Attempts by Nine Entertainment Group to reduce its multibillion-dollar debt have hit a hurdle.
Colin Kruger and Gareth Hutchens Updated Fairfax is selling its remaining stake in New Zealand online auction house Trade Me in a move that will eliminate most of the company's debt.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket closed near its high for the year, marking it the fourth straight week of gains.
Gareth Hutchens, Clancy Yeates Gail Kelly says Australia's dollar will continue to pressure economy well into next year.
Peter Martin and Gareth Hutchens Australians are ditching banks and ploughing their savings into real estate and shares.