While annual inflation remains below 2 percent, it is unlikely that the RBA will cut rates further this year, says Joe Magyer, CIO at Lakehouse Capital.
The Thunder River Rapids ride is described by Dreamworld as a "moderate thrill" attraction for those older than two.
IBM said it plans to compensate the Australian government for a "malicious" cyberattack that shut down a national census.
Emergency crews say four adults were killed in Australia after a water ride malfunctioned.
Authorities say the Thunder River Rapids ride "malfunctioned," throwing two of the people from the ride and trapping two inside.
Bendigo & Adelaide Bank's Mike Hirst talks about how the crackdown on property lending has been to meet regulator concerns rather than a housing market issue.
Australian casino company Crown Resorts said no charges had been laid against 18 staff detained for alleged gambling crimes in China.
China's rebalancing to a consumption-led model will benefit consumer-oriented stocks in China and Australia, says StanChart's Clive McDonnell.
Iron ore miners Rio Tinto and Fortescue released diverging quarterly production guidance, even as China's demand continued to support prices.
National Australia Bank's Mark Todd talks about how Australia's new 30 year bond will affect the way companies borrow to create jobs and productivity gains.
Exchange traded bonds (XTBs) make corporate bonds available to retail investors in the form of ASX securities, says Richard Murphy, CEO at XTB.
The deal between the gaming companies is beneficial for shareholders and is unlikely to face resistance from regulators, says AAP Securities' Matt Felsman.
Iron ore miner BHP Billiton signaled budding signs of recovery in the long downtrodden commodities market.
The drop in gaming shares after China's detention of employees of Crown Resorts may have opened up a buying opportunity for the sector.
Low interest rates have exacerbated the lack of supply in the housing market, especially on the east coast, says Mark Steinert, MD and CEO at Stockland.
The Reserve Bank of Australia won't be cutting interest rates further, based on inflation data and the Aussie dollar, says Macquarie WM's Martin Lakos.
Lower inflation rates are adversely impacting rent growth, says Peter Allen, CEO of the Scentre Group.
Coal has had a challenging past 5 years but supply-side reforms have had promising results, says Paul Flynn, CEO at Whitehaven Coal.
James Packer, the majority owner of Crown Resorts, says he's concerned for employees detained in China for "gambling crimes."
Crown says it's been unable to speak to the workers, including the head of its international high-roller business.