Glenda Kwek is a business reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
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.
Glenda Kwek A fake tweet sparked a $130 billion sell-off on Wall Street. Could the same happen here in Australia?
Glenda Kwek Australian drug maker faces an uncertain future after one of its key drugs failed to hit the mark.
Glenda Kwek A fall in the prices of fruit, furniture and travel has contributed to a lower-than-expected inflation rate, keeping the door open for further rate cuts if the economy weakens.
Glenda Kwek Australian drug maker Pharmaxis has been hit with another setback after its clinical trial of Bronchitol failed to meet the targets needed to allow the drug to be submitted for regulatory approval.
Glenda Kwek Billabong has extended exclusive talks on a potential takeover bid for another 10 days.
Glenda Kwek Despite concerns that Australia is one of the most expensive places in the world to live, at least prices aren't rising at a rate the economy can't handle.
Glenda Kwek How is it possible that we are paying the most across the world for a pair of sports shoes or a bouquet of roses, while official inflation is benign?
Glenda Kwek Woodside shares jump after the oil and gas giant declares a special dividend following its decision to shelf its controversial Browse venture earlier this month.
Glenda Kwek Oz Minerals shares slump after the miner lowered its output forecast and raised its cost estimate, amid a plunge in the copper price.
Glenda Kwek Lynas Corp expects to make a profit despite sharp falls in the price of rare earths.
Glenda Kwek Rare earths miner Lynas says it is on track to meet its target of producing 11,000 tonnes per year at its controversial Malaysian plant.
Glenda Kwek, Ben Cubby and Peter Hannam Woodside's decision to shelve its controversial $40-billion-plus Browse venture has renewed focus on Australia's lagging competitiveness in mega projects.
Rania Spooner and Glenda Kwek The multibillion-dollar gas hub in the Kimberley was simply going to cost too much to develop.
Glenda Kwek Woodside shares jump after the energy giant shelved plans for the controversial $40b-plus Browse LNG project.
Glenda Kwek Economists say the Reserve Bank is expected is keep interest rates on hold next month.
Glenda Kwek The future of Woodside Petroleum's $30 billion Browse LNG project is up in the air again.