The ASX still uses technology that is almost three decades old and the recent trading outage has put the spotlight on the need for more competition.
The Australian sharemarket is poised to open the day lower as European markets took centre stage with Wall Street closed for Thanksgiving.
The S&P/ASX 200 is all but back where it started 2020, sitting just 7 per cent below the all-time high it tapped in February, and analysts say a Santa rally […]
Vaccine optimism has helped the ASX 200 to rise within 40 points off where it started trade on January 2. It had been more than 30 per cent behind in […]
Hopes for a coronavirus vaccine coming in the future push some investors to look past the worsening pandemic in the present.
The ASX, which opened strongly and pushed to near nine-month highs, paused unexpectedly at 10.24am and was frozen for more than four hours.
The two of biggest floats on the ASX in years will face a critical test this week with concerns the US election result could spark broader volatility.
Market momentum continues to slow as Wall Street has a mixed session on worries about rising virus counts and Washington’s inability to deliver more aid to the economy.
Investors cheered the prospect of more fiscal stimulus to support a pandemic-damaged US economy, with more data pointing to a slowing labour market recovery.
The online tradie platform has lodged its prospectus with ASIC.
Wall Street’s main indexes have fallen to start the week as investors worried that they might not see a coronavirus economic stimulus deal before the November 3 presidential election.
The ASX’s seven-session winning streak looks in danger as a pause in Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 trial triggered concerns on Wall Street about the timing of a vaccine.
Wall Street’s main indexes rose for a fourth straight session on optimism that a deal for a coronavirus relief package would eventually be reached.
The ASX 200 is expected to open higher after US markets rose on renewed optimism surrounding stimulus negotiations and progress in President Donald Trump’s health.
The Australian sharemarket is set to add to Monday’s bumper gains as Wall Street advanced on renewed optimism surrounding stimulus negotiations and news of Donald Trump’s health progress helped calm […]
Investors digested mixed quarterly results and contentious stimulus negotiations in Washington.
The Australian is set to drop by more than 1 per cent at the open on Wednesday.
The Australian sharemarket is eyeing a return to 6000 this morning as Wall Street started its week with a positive session, with tech shares flying higher.
In a statement to the ASX on Tuesday afternoon Saracen Minerals said the underground contractor involved in the incident at its Dervish mine 120 kilometres north west of Kalgoorlie had […]
Wall Street slumped on concern that a resurgence in coronavirus cases will derail the comeback for the world’s biggest economy.
US stocks rose as investors looked past tensions between Washington and Beijing and sought out tech companies thought to be insulated from rising coronavirus infections.
investors took profits a day after the S&P 500 logged its longest streak of gains this year and as new US coronavirus cases rose further.
Amazon crosses the $US3000 a share mark while Wall Street is boosted on a rebound in US services industry activity in June and expectations of a revival in China’s economy.
The chief investment officer of Australia’s largest super fund says the pandemic has accelerated a shift to digital that will overhaul the standing of the ASX’s biggest players.
The Australian sharemarket is set to jump higher this morning as Wall Street surged on record payrolls jump that indicated the economic recovery is underway.
Increasing optimism for a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine eased concerns that another round of business lockdowns was likely.
Telco created out of the merger between Vodafone Hutchison Australia and telco billionaire David Teoh’s TPG Telecom, has been admitted to the ASX.
Leading fund managers expect volatility on the Australian sharemarket to persist for the forseeable future as the ASX ended the financial year down 11.2 per cent.
A surge in Boeing shares following a test flight of its 737 MAX gives Wall Street and hopes of more stimulus boosted Wall Street, setting up the ASX to jump […]
A data-heavy week looms for Australian investors but all eyes will be on the resurgence of coronavirus cases, both locally and abroad.