Chris Kohler

Aust stocks stronger at the close

Local market closes higher after positive news on business conditions.

New car sales fall in March

Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows a fall in new car sales for the month.

Aust stocks open stronger

Local market pushed higher after Wall Street continues its upward march.

Padbury extends suspension

Miner's shares to remain suspended as it prepares to unveil details of $6bn Oakajee funds.

NAB's BNZ appoints Anthony Healy as CEO

Anthony Healy to replace Andrew Thorburn as head of Bank of New Zealand.

Aust dollar lower in late trade

The local unit was lower this afternoon after an initial rise on Chinese GDP data.

Aust stocks close higher

Local market higher at the close on improved Asian markets and mining performance.

TIAA-CREF buys stake in Mirvac property

TIAA-CREF acquires 50% stake in Melbourne office development for $73m.

Aust stocks close stronger

Local market lifts as positive US retail data outweighs concerns on the Ukraine conflict.

DJs appoints Grant Samuel

Independent expert appointed to assess whether Woolworths' takeover offer is in shareholders' best interest.

Aust stocks close 1.3% lower

Local market falls sharply as investors eye fresh Ukraine tensions, Wall St falls.

Coca-Cola Amatil flags profit hit

Shares drop on expected 15 per cent drop in H1 earnings, SPC revenue rebounds.

Aust stocks open lower

Local market continues weaker run as Wall Street remains cautious.

Franklin Templeton boosts QAN stake

Biggest shareholder in embattled national carrier lists stake again.

CSR, Boral eye joint brick venture

CSR and Boral look to combine east coast brick operations in 60/40 joint venture.

Aust stocks open stronger

Local market opens slightly stronger after solid US jobs data boosted Wall Street.

CSR to acquire AFS Products

CSR to buy AFS in move that will see it expand into the structural walling market.

Aust stocks open flat

Local market begins little changed despite strong Wall Street gains.

IMF urges closer eye on big four

IMF calls for greater supervision of big four banks to mitigate risk-taking.

Funtastic swings to H1 loss

Toy distributor declines to pay interim dividend as writedowns weigh on profit.

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