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Sixth straight day of gains for ‘hot’ ASX

The Australian share market has posted gains for a sixth consecutive day, setting another 11-year high. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 10.6 points, or 0.16 per cent, to 6,510.7...

State budget can restore business confidence after uncertainty prior to recent elections – Illawarra...

Following the uncertainty created by the lead up to any state and federal election the NSW budget on June 18 will be opportunity to restore business confidence, according to...

Mark Hulbert: Can you drink lattes and still retire rich?

An intense retirement-finance debate has materialized recently on the most unlikely of topics: Coffee. The debate is over whether we’re being irresponsible when we buy a pricey coffee drink at...

Free bet crackdown as Victoria moves first to toughen online gambling rules

Other measures include a ban on direct marketing promotions such as via text messaging unless customers opt in to receive them, and new rules requiring operators to provide "easy-to-use...

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Optimistic Wall Street may not be enough to lift the ASX

Investors are also looking to Friday's release of the US jobs report for April, with a gain of 180,000 expected by the consensus of...

‘No panicking’ on ASX over trade tensions

Australian shares have closed lower amid renewed concerns about US-China trade tensions, but a feared rout of the market was avoided. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index...

Elizabeth Warren calls Navient ‘scammers’ after student loan giant celebrates making...

Student loan giant Navient NAVI, +0.11%  celebrated a corporate milestone on social media this week and it didn’t take long for the internet to...

The million-dollar winner from Labor’s loss

Geoff, the fund-manager half of the Wilson (somewhat-removed) cousins who ran the franking credit refund revival circus, reportedly told his investors he had “nothing...

Big banks retreat as rest of ASX rallies

The Australian share market has risen on the last trading day before the federal election despite the heavyweight financial sector dropping out of the...

One reason wages aren’t rising faster: The gutting of middle-manager positions

Wage growth remains stubbornly low — and one trend across many U.S. companies could be contributing to the problem: Cutting middle managers. Even though the...