Markets | Markets, Shares and Trading News | The Sydney Morning Herald

Business

Markets

Advertisement
Why markets should be more nervous about what lies ahead

Why markets should be more nervous about what lies ahead

The markets have good reason to be edgy, in fact they should probably be more on guard than they seem to be.

  • by Stephen Bartholomeusz

Latest

Wall Street rises on tech stocks, shrugs off Brexit vote
World markets

Wall Street rises on tech stocks, shrugs off Brexit vote

US stocks rallied to their highest level in more than a month, largely shrugging off the Brexit vote.

  • by Marley Jay
8@eight: ASX set for flat start
Sponsored
8@eight

8@eight: ASX set for flat start

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
ASX climbs to two-month high
Sharemarket

ASX climbs to two-month high

Australian shares advanced to the highest level since November 13, ending two days of losses for the local market as positive sentiment returned.

  • by William McInnes & Natasha Gillezeau
Markets Live: ASX at two-month high, Navitas soars
Markets Live

Markets Live: ASX at two-month high, Navitas soars

Australian shares have risen to a two-month high on Tuesday, driven by the financial and energy sectors, while education provider Navitas has soared.

  • by William McInnes
Wall Street falls on China slowdown worries
World markets

Wall Street falls on China slowdown worries

US stocks have declined as an unexpected drop in China's exports reignited worries of a global economic slowdown.

  • by April Joyner
Advertisement
Ivanka Trump the World Bank's next chief? No, says White House
Updated
World markets

Ivanka Trump the World Bank's next chief? No, says White House

White House calls reports that she is a contender for the position 'false', but says she will have a hand in choosing the next chief.

  • by Roberta Rampton
8@eight: Bearish mood hovers over markets
Sponsored
8@eight

8@eight: Bearish mood hovers over markets

What happened overnight and what's ahead for the ASX.

  • by Kyle Rodda
'That's what worries me the most': As the world economy stumbles, eyes turn to China
Analysis
World markets

'That's what worries me the most': As the world economy stumbles, eyes turn to China

Ten years after China helped stave off the threat of a global depression, investors are looking once again towards Beijing.

  • by William Schomberg
Disappointing China trade data weighs on ASX
Sharemarket

Disappointing China trade data weighs on ASX

Wesfarmers and energy stocks led the market down on Monday.

  • by William McInnes
Low bar: Wall Street set for surprising reporting season
Analysis
World markets

Low bar: Wall Street set for surprising reporting season

There could well be a silver lining in all the caution around the stock market as the earnings season approaches.

  • by Caroline Valetkevitch