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Gareth Hutchens Australian shares are expected to open higher this morning after US investors shrugged off concerns about a sharp decline in Chinese exports.
Gareth Hutchens Australia's biggest companies began to open their books to investors this week.
Gareth Hutchens The number of Australian exporters who think their orders will increase over the next 12 months has risen sharply, despite a stubbornly high exchange rate that this week prompted calls for the...
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket climbed back above the 4300-point level yesterday, for the third-consecutive day of gains, after Europe's leaders appeared to be getting closer to reducing Spain's and Italy's...
Gareth Hutchens Sharemarket hits a near-three-month high after Germany's government said it would support the European Central Bank's bond-buying program.
Gareth Hutchens, Clancy Yeates and Eric Johnston Pressure is building on the Reserve Bank to follow the lead of the Swiss central bank and move to ease Australia's soaring currency.
Gareth Hutchens Shares are expected to jump more than 1 per cent after foreign markets surged on Friday.
Gareth Hutchens In the past week, investors had their hopes pumped up and then punctured by European Central Bank president Mario Draghi.
Gareth Hutchens The European Central Bank fails to deliver a hoped-for knock-out blow to the region's banking crisis.
Gareth Hutchens Industry says it's bad policy to allow people to draw on their savings from 60 years of age.
Gareth Hutchens Year's best four-day rally comes to a close following losses on Wall Street.
Gareth Hutchens and Leonie Lamont Calvin Zhu was a migrant success story - arriving in Australia with his family as a 10-year-old, getting a university education in finance, and then by the age of 30 holding the lofty title of...
Gareth Hutchens, Leonie Lamont The insider trading probe into Hanlong has taken a scalp, with Hanlong's former VP Calvin Zhu pleading guilty.
Gareth Hutchens Australian shares rally along with global markets after European Central Bank president Mario Draghi's pledge.
Gareth Hutchens The sharemarket stages its second-biggest daily rise in seven months after a pledge from European officials to keep the region's common currency together.
Gareth Hutchens, Michael Evans THE Reserve Bank governor says Australian governments are enjoying their lowest borrowing rates in more than a century, sparking debate about whether the Commonwealth should exploit the cheap cash...
Gareth Hutchens Michael Evans Economy RESERVE Bank governor Glenn Stevens says Australian governments are enjoying their lowest borrowing rates in more than a century, sparking debate about whether the Commonwealth should exploit the...
Gareth Hutchens AUSTRALIA'S biggest mining companies - which have underwritten the country's economic growth since the financial crisis - are likely to start pulling back on once-optimistic plans for investment,...
Ben Butler, Gareth Hutchens ANZ's decision to go it alone in terms of setting interest rates continues to turn off customers, with the banking major slipping further behind rivals in closely watched satisfaction rankings.
Gareth Hutchens Shareholders brace for a poor profit season after one of the worst 12 months for Australian companies.