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Gareth Hutchens The value of annual turnover in Australia’s financial markets fell by more than 1.5 per cent last year as investors and traders struggled to adapt to Europe’s sovereign debt woes, US debt-ceiling...
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket extended its gains from yesterday to close at a fresh 14-month high, after weak retail sales boosted the chances of another rate cut.
Gareth Hutchens STOCKS inched up to their highest close in 14 months yesterday, but the market shed much of its initial optimism as investors lost faith in an imminent Spanish bailout request.
Gareth Hutchens Stocks inched up to their highest close in 14 months, but the market lost a lot of its initial optimism as investors lost faith in an imminent Spanish bailout request.
Gareth Hutchens In slashing interest rates, the Reserve Bank has delivered a sober assessment of the global economy.
Gareth Hutchens The global concern about high-speed computerised trading has increased in recent weeks.
Gareth Hutchens As the Reserve Bank board meets to discuss interest rates this Tuesday, the professionals who are paid to pick which way the bank will go remain divided, saying it's one of the closest calls in...
Gareth Hutchens AS THE Reserve Bank board prepares to meet to discuss interest rates on Tuesday, even the professionals who are paid to pick which way the bank will go remain divided, saying it's one of the closest...
Gareth Hutchens Sharemarket snaps three-day losing streak after Chinese central bank's cash injection.
Gareth Hutchens Max Mason Euro Crisis AFTER a few weeks of relative calm, Europe's inability to rein in its debt crisis sparked fresh fears on global markets yesterday.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares snapped a three-day losing streak after the Chinese central bank’s announcement of a cash injection into money markets helped push resource stocks up.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's big miners will have to accept that the price of iron ore could remain at present low levels for the next three to six months, dashing any hopes for a quick rebound, the head of ANZ's...
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket continued its drift lower yesterday, extending its run of losses to three days after Wall Street dropped about 1 per cent overnight on global growth concerns.
Gareth Hutchens The stock market continued its drift lower today, extending its run of losses to three days in a row, after global growth concerns saw Wall Street drop overnight.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket slipped backwards yesterday, with the big miners losing ground after another fall in the iron ore price and continuing weakness in commodity markets.
Gareth Hutchens There has been a worrying increase in the number of auditors' reports warning of the possibility that companies listed on the stock exchange could fail in the next 12 months.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket slipped backwards today, with Australia’s big miners weighing on the index after another fall in the price of iron ore.
Gareth Hutchens RBA will face pressure to cut interest rates if global commodity prices keep falling.
Eric Johnston, Gareth Hutchens and Ben Butler The Federal Court has found the Australian arm of Lehman Brothers breached its fiduciary duty.
Gareth Hutchens For the second time in three weeks, fears about China have overshadowed any 'positive' news.