Glenda Kwek is a business reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
Glenda Kwek Australian house prices edged higher in the March quarter but lower than economists' expectations, adding to the bout of soft economic data ahead of the Reserve Bank's interest rate decision today.
Glenda Kwek Coca-Cola Amatil's shares are down 8.8 per cent - the biggest loser for the day on the ASX200 - after it tips a decline in first-half earnings before interest and tax.
Glenda Kwek Rare-earths miner Lynas' shares rise sharply after the re-election of Malaysia's coalition.
Glenda Kwek Retail sales have fallen in March after a strong start to the year, led by falls in clothing, footwear and personal accessories, sustaining expectations the Reserve Bank could lower the cash rate...
Glenda Kwek Economists and financial markets have looked through the raft of fresh economic data released today and say tomorrow’s decision on official interest rates remains evenly balanced.
Glenda Kwek It's the question dividing economists and financial markets ahead of the Reserve Bank's board meeting next week - to cut or not to cut?
Glenda Kwek Chances are about 50-50 the RBA will cut rates again next week. Here are the reasons for a move - and against.
Glenda Kwek There are a number of reasons why the Reserve Bank should cut rates when its board meets on Tuesday:
Glenda Kwek Reasons for the Reserve Bank not to cut the cash rate on Tuesday.
Glenda Kwek Shares are losing some of their appeal as concerns about the eurozone debt crisis linger.
Glenda Kwek Fund managers are less bullish about shares because of continued concern about the eurozone debt crisis, a global survey finds.
Glenda Kwek US commodities giant Archer Daniels Midland is one step closer to acquiring GrainCorp after completing due diligence.
Glenda Kwek In less than a year, Theo Kasteliotis has seen sales at his rubber-making company plunge by 25 per cent.
Glenda Kwek New gender balance guidelines aim to increase the number of women in senior positions.
Glenda Kwek The manufacturing sector is at its weakest in four years as the strong dollar and rising labour costs bite, adding to the case for a rate cut.
Glenda Kwek Predictions about an end to the Reserve Bank's easing cycle in the past two months have reversed.
Glenda Kwek The case for an interest rate cut next week has been boosted as private sector credit growth continues to remain weak.
Phil Wen and Glenda Kwek Whitehaven says weak prices and the strong dollar are continuing to drag on its performance, but is optimistic prices will rise.
Glenda Kwek As GrainCorp looks likely to be swallowed up by Archer Daniels Midland, attention turns to which agribusiness could be the next takeover target.
Glenda Kwek When share trading is dominated by ultra-fast computers programmed to glean news feeds for data, chaos is only 140 characters away.