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Glenda Kwek Consumer prices were softer-than-expected in the first three months of this year, lowering expectations that an interest rate hike could be on the cards later this year.
Vesna Poljak The Abbott government risks undermining the integrity of the Reserve Bank of Australia in conveying its frustration with the RBA's shift to a neutral policy stance that has fuelled a higher value...
The number of households dipping into their savings is at a near 20-year high, which may be a sign of growing optimism about the economy.
Anthony Macdonald The federal government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital to float private health insurer Medibank Private, after receiving pitches from 11 investment banks.
Things are getting better for Australian businesses, with confidence still at elevated levels and trading conditions on the improve.
John Stensholt Billionaire Harry Triguboff, born in a White Russian Jewish enclave in China, has spent 50 years building Australia's biggest unit company, Meriton Apartments.
Australia's economic growth later this year may not get much stronger, as consumer sentiment and employment expectations remain weak.
David Ramli NBN Co’s new chief executive Bill Morrow will push the federal government to charge a levy against its rivals in densely populated urban areas to pay for building broadband in the bush.
Malcolm Maiden It's obvious from the minutes of the Reserve Bank's April 1 rate-setting meeting that it would be happier if the dollar was lower.
Philip Baker There was no "jawboning" to try and get the Australian dollar lower by the Reserve Bank in the minutes from their latest board meeting, but it’s also very clear they aren’t in any hurry to raise...
Interest rates look set to stay put while the Reserve Bank waits to see what effect the stubbornly high currency will have on Australia’s economic growth.
Bianca Hartge-Hazelman The federal government is said to be considering selling the Australian Securities and Investments Commission's register of companies as part of a plan to find significant savings in the economy and...
David Ramli NBN Co's new chief executive, Bill Morrow, has launched an aggressive broadband construction strategy to challenge what is shaping up to be its biggest rival, TPG Telecom.
Nassim Khadem People earning up to $80,000 will soon face tax rates of up to 40 per cent unless the government addresses bracket creep, accounting firm PwC says, highlighting the urgent need for tax reform.
David Ramli Telstra could be paid over $98 billion by NBN Co over the next 55 years for infrastructure leases and other fees, according to a report in industry publication CommsDay.
Patrick Durkin Market manipulation appears to be rife on the Australian sharemarket when compared to other major markets around the world, according to the country's leading market researchers.
Ben Butler Thousands of jobs could be at risk from an aggressive push into automotive spare parts mounted by insurer Suncorp and a controversial US company, the crash repair industry warns.
Jared Lynch Talk of Australia leading a dining boom in Asia is misguided, write Jared Lynch and Mark Hawthorne.
Nassim Khadem Treasury had done work on limiting negative gearing to new homes as part of preparations for the May budget, according to media reports citing departmental sources last week.
Personal finance loans were up three per cent in February, seasonally adjusted.