18 Jun, 7:06 AM
Jotters consider the market's reaction to Lend Lease's latest announcements, with one saying an attempt at positive spin backfired.
17 Jun, 7:06 AM
Scribes chew over some big economic issues, with one looking at the ASIC boss' suggestions for regulatory reform and another pointing to the QE cause of market volatility.
14 Jun, 7:11 AM
Jotters reveal why Suncorp's asset sales to Goldman Sachs leave it better off, while another spends some time with bond trader turned author and journalist, Michael Lewis.
13 Jun, 7:01 AM
Three jotters home in on Wesfarmers' baked goods, while another offers a simple explanation for Newcrest downgrades.
12 Jun, 6:54 AM
Some scribes are bemused by the ASX's 'excessive' capital raising, while another explains it's trying to keep its mega-merger dream alive.
11 Jun, 7:04 AM
Jotters jostle to have their say on the latest Labor leadership crisis, while one sees the Reserve Bank fixated on May jobs data.
7 Jun, 7:03 AM
Jotters consider the ACCC's decision to block a new Woolworths store, with one anticipating a legal challenge.
6 Jun, 7:04 AM
Scribes consider News Corporation's post-demerger potential, with one saying the 'content is king' narrative still reigns.
5 Jun, 7:04 AM
Scribes consider how Billabong International will formulate a restructure, with some disagreeing as to whether a debt-to-equity swap is in the pipeline.
4 Jun, 7:11 AM
Two jotters say Telstra’s well placed to shore up asbestos concerns, while others predict the cash rate will stay on hold.
3 Jun, 7:01 AM
Jotters ponder Australia's immediate economic prospects, with some predicting a falling dollar will encourage the Reserve Bank to hold tomorrow.
31 May, 7:11 AM
Jotters quash speculation of management rivalries at Seven Group, with one saying outgoing chief Peter Gammell's real forte is behind the scenes.
30 May, 7:22 AM
One jotter sees ominous signs for resources in BHP Billiton’s coal plans, while others dig into the national implications.
29 May, 7:10 AM
Scribes look at the ongoing battle over Barangaroo, with one saying both Crown and Echo Entertainment are keeping their cards close.
28 May, 6:58 AM
Jotters see big challenges ahead for David Jones, with one saying the GFC has left shoppers addicted to discounts.
27 May, 7:00 AM
One jotter deciphers a simple message from the US Fed, while another says ageing China must urgently learn from the West.
24 May, 7:06 AM
Scribes lament Ford's withdrawal from carmaking in Australia, pointing to economic pressures and strategic mistakes that triggered its demise.
23 May, 7:04 AM
Jotters say Myer's hiccups aren't surprising given the economic environment, and one has good words for Bernie Brookes' operating strategy.
22 May, 7:04 AM
Scribes say Don Voelte was the right 'tough guy' to knock Seven West into shape, but after his departure from the helm there'll still be more to do.
21 May, 6:54 AM
Jotters give Leighton Holdings chairman Robert Humphris' AGM address a big tick, while some suggest the Australian dollar's above-parity run looks over.