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James Eyers and Clancy Yeates 6:35 PM Rising property prices, household debt and unemployment have increased the risks in bank mortgage books, says Philip Lowe, the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia.
8:56 AM China's ramped-up stimulus is fueling optimism that the nation can tame a rising tide of bad debt and banks' profits will rebound.
Nassim Khadem Julie Shuttleworth, the general manager of Solomon Mine at Fortescue Metals, has given herself five years in which to make it to a company board.
Michael Heath Australia is betting on plumbers and coffee- shop owners over scientists and researchers to drive the nation's next wave of economic growth.
Chris Zappone In the search to find the high-paying jobs and industries of the future, Neil deGrasse Tyson has an idea for a novel solution. How about a militarised space race to Mars?
Mark Mulligan Consumer goodwill generated by the Coalition's budget has faded slightly, according to the latest weekly ANZ-Roy Morgan sentiment index, which has slipped after last week's strong showing.
Nassim Khadem The cost to the budget of giving tax breaks to self-managed super funds has soared in the past year.
Ross Gittins As intensified personal ambition has heightened competition between the parties, unwritten rules that certain subjects were off limits to the political contest have gone by the board.
Michael West News Corp paid an average $32.6 million in income tax a year. If the government were to tighten the screws on multinational tax avoiders, it could start by looking at the way financial statements are prepared.
Nassim Khadem The combined impact of the two budgets for low and middle income people was "devastating", new analysis by the Australian Council of Social Service shows.
Ruth Liew The number of Australians expected to be worse off in retirement is set to boom, with some facing a 10 per cent cut to their overall income following the government's proposed pension changes.
Neil Irwin If you happen to trade bonds for a living, it is entirely understandable if you are feeling a little anxious these days: You could lose a fortune in an ill-timed toilet break. But what happens in bonds matters for the rest of us, too.
Japan's manufacturing follows GDP upward as the world's third-biggest economy continues to work its way out of malaise.
Max Mason Record low interest rates, which have put a rocket up Australian house prices, are forcing the regulator to shoulder more of the load and evolve its approach to the potential risk to the financial system, says HSBC.
Nassim Khadem Uber says the Tax Office decision that treats ride-sharing services like a taxi service and will force thousands of drivers to pay GST, will deter job growth in the industry.
Simon Evans Bob Steers, CEO of Cohen & Steers says the financial crisis is still fresh in investors' minds and acting as a restraint on equity valuations even as global interest rates hit historic lows.
Nassim Khadem International fast-food giant McDonald's avoided paying half a billion dollars of tax in Australia over a five-year period by shifting profits through Singapore, a new report by a global coalition of trade unions says.
Simon Evans Business leaders think that while Prime Minister Tony Abbott is now running a better government 100 days since his brush with political oblivion, he may still be some way off running a good government.
Yolanda Redrup Consumer confidence is up, but Melbourne shoppers are not thanking the federal budget.
Michael Pascoe The 2015 Sydney housing boom has achieved the dubious distinction of bubble status, replete with rampant FOMO (fear of missing out) and key parts of the market departing from gravity as values rise by hundreds of thousands of dollars in a few weeks.
Mark Mulligan The Reserve Bank of Australia remains open to further interest rates cuts, according to the minutes of the last board meeting.
Clancy Yeates New lending rules could mean bigger interest rate discounts for borrowers who live in the home they are borrowing against.