For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery.
In June 2013, Bloomberg reported that traders at some of the world's biggest banks worked to manipulate key currency rates...
While most of the world is celebrating the US/China pact on climate change, the deal puts pressure on the Australian government...
In the last decade or so, the global financial landscape has endured two major shocks
Australian headline inflation eased from 3% p.a. in the second quarter to 2.3% p.a in the third quarter.
In May of last year, the Fed first indicated it would begin tapering its bond buying program in the near future, and all hell broke loose.
A new report by Boston Consulting Group finds Australia?s top 200 listed companies pay nearly double the proportion of earnings in dividends as their global peers.
The US dollar has relentlessly blasted higher in recent months, achieving its longest consecutive-week rally in history.
Gold suffered its worst quarter in 93 years in 2013's second quarter, a nauseating 22.8% loss.
One of the issues currently being considered by Australia's Financial System Inquiry is the heavy exposure of Australian banks to the residential mortgage market.
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Low wages growth, rising unemployment and shaky consumer confidence suggest property-price growth, already slowing, will decline in 2015. Lower house prices would weigh on dwelling investment and consumption.
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