The European manfacturers of luxury and sports cars were out in force with shiny new models.
Gareth Hutchens JAMES TOMKINS got a job with a stockbroking firm, in late 1987, a few months before starting university.
Gareth Hutchens AUSTRALIAN farmers are set to benefit from a surge in the global price of corn, wheat, soybean and sugar, as extreme weather knocks out key food producers across the world.
Madeleine Heffernan and Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket roared back to life yesterday, surging by $24 billion and closing at a two-month high as investors shrugged off fears about the global economy.
Gareth Hutchens The market closed higher yesterday after the Reserve Bank released the minutes of its latest meeting.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket benchmark jumped back above the 4100-point level yesterday.
Gareth Hutchens Shares in Whitehaven Coal rocket after mining magnate Nathan Tinkler offered $5.2b to take the company private.
Gareth Hutchens Whitehaven Coal shares are expected to rise this morning as mining billionaire Nathan Tinkler has returned with a more credible bid.
Gareth Hutchens National Australia Bank this week surprised investors by increasing deposit rates.
Gareth Hutchens Six-day losing streak ended yesterday on Chinese economic June quarter growth data.
Colin Kruger and Gareth Hutchens Greg Medcraft continues his campaign to overhaul the takeover laws.
Gareth Hutchens Europe will need a €700billion ($A839 billion) capital injection to stabilise its banking system.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket has lost ground for a fourth straight day slipping below 4100 points.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket has lost ground for the third session in a row following last week's heavy losses.
Gareth Hutchens Australian markets are expected to open weaker after weaker-than-expected growth.
Gareth Hutchens The market lost ground yesterday after Europe, Britain and China tried to kick-start their economies.
Gareth Hutchens The market had its slowest day in ten weeks yesterday, on the value of shares traded.
Gareth Hutchens The stockmarket slipped back yesterday, bringing its two-day rally to a close.
Gareth Hutchens Gina Despres was a founding member of Australia's infamous OZ magazine, the satirical underground newspaper headquartered in Sydney's Rocks area in the early 1960s.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket finished 1 per cent higher leaving traders disappointed it did not rise further.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's sharemarket could be damaged if the 'dark pools' grew to those in the US or Japan.