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James Packer and Hong Kong billionaire Lawrence Ho will give evidence to a public inquiry into whether Crown Resorts is fit to hold a gaming licence in NSW.
BHP reckons it is on track to meet expectations for its first half results.
The Australian Foundation Investment Company says its style isn’t to take any money off the table despite the records being set by the Australian share market.
Investors expected more from Kogan’s most recent trading update, and have pushed the share price down.
Australian digital bank Volt Bank has raised $70 million and is growing its staff to 200 as it prepares to open to the general public next month.
ASX-listed buy now, pay later company Sezzle will get its California lending licence after agreeing to pay $450,000 in fines and refunds.
SME challenger bank Judo has announced it has lent more than $1 billion to small and medium-sized businesses in its first nine months.
Sydney biotech company Nyrada has made its debut on the ASX in the first float of the year following an $8.5 million initial public offering.
Caltex Australia says it will open its books for Canada’s Alimentation Couche-Tard as it manoeuvre to get a better price than ACT’s $8.6 billion takeover offer.
Crowdfunded challenger bank Xinja has launched a savings account with a 2.25% interest rate - the highest no-strings interest rate in Australia.
Shares in ASX-listed Kalamazoo Resources are up 60% after Canada’s Novo Resources and gold investing legend Eric Sprott took 8% stakes in the junior explorer.
Super funds in 2019 had their best year since 2013 but while 2020 is looking good it is unlikely to deliver the same double digit growth, SuperRatings says.
Iron ore futures in China have risen on concerns that cyclone season will disrupt shipments from Australia.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia. The man, originally from NSW, was involved in the collision at the intersection of Euroa-Shepparton Rd and Karramomus Rd about 11 am...
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
The Hume Freeway is closed towards Melbourne, just outside of Wangaratta, due to a truck rollover. Emergency services are on site. Motorists are advised to detour at the Great Alpine road exit to get back on to the Hume Freeway. Northbound lanes...