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Brian Robins Victoria hit with another heavy round of job losses, with Alcoa pulling plug on ageing Point Henry aluminium smelter.
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank of Australia has released the minutes to its latest board meeting. Here are four things from the February minutes that you need to know.
The Reserve Bank of Australia says the local economy is gaining strength thanks to the falling Australian dollar and the impact of previous interest rate cuts.
Jessica Gardiner Ansell chief says the automotive manufacturers have begun to cut back on purchases.
Businesses are hopeful that better times are ahead, but at the moment small firms in particular are facing an upward struggle.
Glenda Kwek The expectations of rising interest rates in developed countries has sparked concerns emerging markets could slow Australia's non-mining economic recovery.
Georgia Wilkins, Ben Butler Australia is yet to sign an agreement to swap tax information due to be endorsed next weekend.
Tim Binsted Recyclers paint a bearish picture of the economy, and manufacturing in particular.
Glenda Kwek 'If all the economists were laid end to end, they would never reach a conclusion'.
RBA assistant governor Christopher Kent says there are good reasons why the dollar has fallen over the past year - but stops short of declaring that it needs to fall any further.
Glenda Kwek The jobs market is fast becoming the "Achilles heel" of the Australian economy.
Glenda Kwek The jobless rate has shot up to its highest level in more than a decade, underscoring the weakness in the labour market.
David Ramli and Paul Smith Telstra could outsource as many as 1000 jobs to the Philippines and India following a review by two management consulting firms.
Clancy Yeates Commonwealth Bank boss throws his support behind government's tough stance on bailouts for failing businesses, saying Australians must recognise they face a more challenging economic climate.
Glenda Kwek Concerns about weakness in the Australian jobs market are dampening consumer confidence, even as the local currency rose towards its high for the year on positive US and Chinese news.
Glenda Kwek Australians are increasingly less confident about the future, despite low interest rates that are pushing up the value of their houses.
Janet Yellen, fresh from taking the helm of the Federal Reserve, has made it clear she would not make any abrupt changes to US monetary policy.
Stewart Oldfield Putting the car industry to one side, there is chronic unwillingness among business to invest for growth.
Glenda Kwek Manufacturing policy needs to be about more than the here and now, say economists.
Rebecca Thistleton Australia’s homes are now worth a massive $5 trillion, with the value of the nation’s residences jumping a huge $184 billion the last three months of 2013 alone.