Glenda Kwek is a business reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
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.
Glenda Kwek Economists say the Reserve Bank is expected is keep interest rates on hold next month despite the unemployment rate rising to its highest since 2009.
Glenda Kwek The jobless rate rose to 5.6 per cent in March, the highest for 3½ years, with the economy losing 36,100 positions, following a surprise leap in employment the previous month.
Glenda Kwek Ninety per cent of the growth on Australia's share market over the past 12 months has come from just a handful of firms.
Glenda Kwek Coles has sealed a 10-year-deal with Australia’s biggest milk supplier Murray Goulburn to supply the supermarket giant’s home-brand labels.
Glenda Kwek Weak revenues, high costs and falling commodity prices have beset the mining sector.
Glenda Kwek Business conditions have slid to their lowest level since 2009, with the manufacturing and retail sectors the hardest hit, a private survey has found.
Glenda Kwek Ten flags it will no longer target a ‘‘young’’ and ‘‘promiscuous’’ audience, as it reports a plunge in revenue and a net loss.
Glenda Kwek Job advertisements have fallen after rising in the previous two months, a private employment survey says.
Glenda Kwek Australians are less satisfied and more anxious than their UK counterparts despite the economy being one of the strongest in the world, a new wellbeing survey has found.
Glenda Kwek, Peter Martin The Reserve Bank has continued to keep the door open to a further easing of monetary policy, despite holding the cash rate at 3 per cent for the third straight month, in a move some analysts describe...
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at its monthly board meeting this afternoon.
Glenda Kwek Economists are diverging on their outlook for the Australian economy, despite most expecting the Reserve Bank to keep the cash rate on hold.
Glenda Kwek Mergers and acquisitions in Australia have slumped to an eight-year-low in the first quarter, led by a sharp fall in resources deals.
Glenda Kwek The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has been voted Australia’s most attractive large employer for job seekers, according to a private recruitment survey.
Glenda Kwek The AFL is the biggest money spinner among the football codes, raking in three times the revenue of the NRL, four times that of the A-League and six times that of rugby union, a private report says.
Glenda Kwek Qantas and its budget airline Jetstar have been given the go-ahead by the competition watchdog to integrate their operations with four Asia-based Jetstar joint ventures.
Glenda Kwek Employment in some non-mining sectors has picked up ahead of an expected peak in the resources investment boom, the latest detailed labour force data shows.
Glenda Kwek Premier Investments has defied a subdued retail climate to post a strong net profit for the first half.