Listed Australian businesses can continue to drive another “couple of years” of earnings growth through cost cutting, providing a buffer for companies struggling to generate revenue growth, says a leading strategist.
Commonwealth Bank chief economist Michael Blythe says the RBA will crave certainty before it starts the tightening process and that means rates will not rise until August next year.
Beleagured education group Vocation has asked to be suspended from the ASX, pending an announcement on the progress of its talks with Victorian regulators over a review of government funding to two of its most important subsidiaries.
VIDEO: Schoolgirl Michelle Levy has been found safe and well, two nights after running away from her North Bondi home.
Tatts will take over the $500 million contract for selling scratchies and daily keno in Victoria after the dramatic exit of Greek company Intralot.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is "gaming through" various ways to help fight Ebola, but has still not made a decision about whether or not to send health workers to West Africa.
Value-for-money guidelines bypassed while ATO pays rent on 50,000 square metres of excess space.
Premier Campbell Newman is picking up what Prime Minister Tony Abbott is putting down about reforming the federation.
BlueScope Steel chief executive Paul O’Malley says the days of high growth in Chinese steel demand are over.
A key backer of the proposal to uncap university fees has taken an apparent swipe at the government's sales job saying the case for change hasn't been properly made.