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Jacob Greber Employment rose for a fourth straight month, supporting the Reserve Bank’s view the jobless rate might be close to peaking and bringing forward the timing of future rate hikes.
David Ramli and James Hutchinson NBN Co has asked the Federal Government for up to $1.4 billion more in taxpayer funds to adjust its fixed wireless and satellite business.
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank has left the cash rate at a record low of 2.5 per cent for the ninth consecutive month as it continues to flag a period of stability for monetary policy.
Australia’s trade surplus has narrowed, driven by a fall in mining exports, but economist see a strong growth trend still intact.
Bianca Hargte-Hazelman A lack of momentum in Chinese property means that the Australian housing market is likely to become even more attractive in the short term.
Glenda Kwek It's the first gauge of consumer sentiment since potential budget nasties have been making headlines, and the result isn't good for the federal government.
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank is set to stick to its guns on a stable outlook for interest rates, even as new data pointed to further signs of a turnaround in the jobs market and an increase in consumer prices.
Australian job advertisements in newspapers and on the Internet rose for a fourth straight month in April, a further sign that demand for labour is recovering from a long fallow period.
Jared Lynch Welcome to the unfortunate financial realities of Australia's agriculture sector.
Eli Greenblat Former David Jones boss Mark McInnes has introduced a speech by federal treasurer Joe Hockey with a blistering attack on the previous Labor government's management of the economy.
Kellogg's cereal sales are falling, and the company expects the trend to persist even as it launches a major ad campaign touting the nutritional benefits of cereal.
New home sales were up 0.2 per cent in March and 5.8 per cent in the March quarter, the Housing Industry Association said.
James Thomson Paul Ramsay, the billionaire founder and chairman of private hospital operator Ramsay Health Care, has died after a short illness.
Jessica Gardner The value the Abbott government could earn from the float of Medibank Private would be boosted by recommendations in the National Commission of Audit that could dramatically increase the number of...
David Fickling With a falling Australian dollar and local retailers sharpening up, some online fashonistas are shopping less offshore.
Peter Martin Australia Post, Snowy Hydro, the Moorebank Intermodal company and the Australian Rail Track Corporation are among the prizes for businesses in the government's National Commission of Audit report
Sally Rose The rising influence of Chinese investors in the Australian property sector means the Reserve Bank of Australia has lost its ability to use the official interest rate as a tool to protect Australian...
Antony Lawes and Toby Johnstone There is more evidence that surging property prices are turning buyers away, with the latest data suggesting only nominal growth over the past month.
Manufacturing activity has slumped again, sparking warnings that any tax hikes in the government's May budget could pile more pressure on the industry.
Nassim Khadem Google Australia's tax bill has risen more than tenfold to $7.1 million.