US stocks have fallen as a decline in oil prices added to pressure from consumer companies after gloomy quarterly reports from Nordstrom and J.C. Penney overshadowed upbeat April retail sales data.
The Australian share market is expected to move into positive territory after a sharp rally in oil prices drove Wall Street higher.
The Masters disaster has been well documented and today Woolworths has tried to quantify the cost of this massive blunder at A$3.25 billion.
There seems to be no end to Fairfax?s restructuring saga.
Australian banks are not totally immune to the impact of falling commodity prices...
Right now it appears virtually certain the archaic 'Reach Rule' is about to fade into business history.
Less than a decade ago EVs (Electric Vehicles) had virtually disappeared from the global automotive landscape.
Emerging tech stocks appeal - but beware the risks.
Software provider has strong market position and business model in online education sector
Profit from a fourth-quarter market bounce, lower $A, and growth in healthcare.
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If bond investors are correct, the flattening of the US yield curve implies the world is heading towards a deflationary trap of lower prices and stagnant economic growth over many years.
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