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Hasan Tevfik, Credit Suisse, talks about how shareholder activism leads to more efficient companies, which is a good thing for investors in Australia.
Calvin Cheng, co-chair of ReTech, explains how the e-learning platform allows companies operating in China to train employees on a large scale.
Moody's decision to downgrade Australia's banks merely aligned its ratings with S&P's earlier move, says David Ellis, Morningstar Australasia.
Martin Smith, East and Partners, weighs in on the outlook for Australia's banking sector following the downgrade in ratings by Moody's Investors Service.
Shard Jain, S&P Global Ratings, says a sharp downturn in the housing market and weaker economic conditions pose risks to the Australia banking system.
Australia's biggest banks - the Big Four - won;t face any pressure on funding costs in the wake of a downgrade by Moody's Investors Services, a Deutsche Bank analyst says.
The reduction in credit provision by Australian banks will feed through the economy and slow it down further, says Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report.
Australia is to hold a national gun amnesty, its first in more than two decades, in a bid to combat terrorism and a recent influx in illegal firearms.
The Australian Prime Minister was caught mocking U.S. President Donald Trump in a speech at the Midwinter Ball.
42,000 new jobs were created in Australia in May compared to the 10,000 forecast. Steven Milch, chief economist at Suncorp, weighs in.
Australia added 42,000 jobs in May, flying past than the 10,000 jobs estimated, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
David Maxwell, CEO of Cooper Energy, says rising prices on the back of tight gas supply is likely to bring new supply into the markets.
Richard Cottee, CEO of Central Petroleum, weighs in on the shortage on the eastern coast of Australia.
Australia's government is experiencing a fierce backlash over a shortage of cheap gas on the country's east coast.
A failure of previous policies by state and national governments caused the current crisis, explains Oil Search CEO Peter Botten.
The government’s gas security mechanism has brought little clarity to the domestic market, says Mark Samter from Credit Suisse.