Australians are set to be slapped with “unprecedented” rate rises from energy companies amid high cost of living pressures.
The Australian sharemarket did little to recover after it shed billions of dollars on Thursday morning, with retail stocks in a tailspin.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government is engaging with one of Australia’s largest home builders amid reports of its imminent collapse.
Australia’s unemployment is at a level that hasn’t been seen in almost 50 years in a major development just two days before the election.
The PM called it the single biggest challenge facing Australia’s economy and it’s an issue that has many business owners across Australia sweating.
Positive sentiment on Wall Street helped the Australian sharemarket secure gains for a fourth straight day on Wednesday.
Another major Aussie construction firm is on the brink of collapse with urgent crisis talks underway with key clients.
When it comes to personal finances, women trump men in this one area, according to new research by a major bank on Aussie habits.
Growth-focused superannuation funds could be lucky to break even this financial year unless there is a recovery in share markets over the next six weeks.
The latest figures on wage growth for Australian workers have just been released, revealing salary changes across all industries.
New figures are likely to show wages were growing at an annual rate of 2.5 per cent as of the March quarter, less than half the rate of inflation.
The average price of petrol in Perth will surge beyond $2 per litre on Wednesday, further highlighting the extreme cost of living pressures impacting Australians just days out from the election.
A Perth fintech platform focusing on simplifying financial transactions is eyeing an ASX listing later this year after posting more than 300 per cent growth in a year.
It is sad when a party that claims to have a superior grasp of economics can come up with a policy that will have the opposite effect to what is supposedly intended and make life even harder for young Aussies.
Crypto assets will be a key focus of the ATO at tax time as the organisation looks to crackdown on the mistakes Aussies are making.
Time for anxious investors to prepare cave and then go into hiding ahead of tough winter for our markets, portfolios.
Looming rate rises prompt rethink of exporting UK private pension schemes to Australia.
Hundreds of thousands of mortgage holders face a jarring surge in repayment costs in the coming months as their ultra-low fixed-term plans wind down.
Mark McGowan has hit back at stinging criticism from the Victorian government, saying they should “go jump in the lake”.
The technology sector was a sea of red after worrying data spooked investors and sent the sharemarket to a five-month low.
A fresh report has revealed the grim reality of how long it takes for Australian first home buyers to save for a deposit.
The Transport Workers’ Union has reignited its fight with the Coalition over a key safety issue facing Australian truck drivers.
A worrying sharemarket sell-off resumed on Thursday in the wake of concerning US data, with one particular tech stock savaged.
Australians are likely to face a $100 power bill increase. Experts have weighed in on the best ways to cope with the price pain.
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