The Aussie dollar has further room to fall and adjust to support weak demand for Australia's commodity exports, says Malcolm Wood, chief investment strategist at BAML.» Read More
The success of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal depends on the compromise of countries regarding biotech drugs, says Raghuram Selvaraju, MD of equity research, healthcare at Rodman & Renshaw.
Chinese outbound tourism and outbound investment trends are highly correlated, says Henry Chin, head of research for Asia-Pacific at CBRE Asia-Pacific. The top investment destinations include the U.K. and the U.S.
While global markets could rebound in October, Wall Street is at risk of another pullback, says Shane Oliver, head of investment strategy and chief economist at AMP Capital Investors.
Australia is to begin trialling some of the world's most advanced shark deterrent technologies in the next few months, the FT reports.
Australia is thinking of using shark-detecting "smart" buoys to alert lifeguards that a shark is nearby, Global Post reports.
Origin, Australia's top power and gas retailer, will raise A$2.5B from a share sale and sell assets to shore up its balance sheet.
For the first 9 months of 2015, markets such as China saw high M&A activity, while Southeast Asia was quiet due to rich valuations from 2014, says Patricia Heiberger, managing editor APAC at Mergermarket.
Nick Paris, director and portfolio manager at LIM Advisors, wants AMP to address the discount between the net asset value of the China Growth Fund and its current trading price.
Arthur Naoumidis, CEO of Australia's DomaCom, introduces the crowdfunding platform's "fractional property investment" model.
John Flavell, CEO of Mortgage Choice, says the Australian business community has "significant expectations in relation to the pace of change" that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull might bring.
George Boubouras, chief investment officer at Contango Asset Management, says the primary objective of the cabinet reshuffle in Canberra is about boosting business confidence.
Arthur Sinodinos, incoming Cabinet Secretary of Australia, describes Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's new cabinet as a "set of changes that were overdue and will put the government in good shape."
On Middle Island in Warrnambool, Australia, there is a peculiar conservation solution involving little penguins, marauding foxes and maremma dogs.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor checks out the "purr-fect" combination of enjoying a cup of coffee while cuddling up to furry felines at Sydney's first cat cafe.
Paul Raleigh, global leader for growth and advisory services at Grant Thornton, discusses the firm’s index which ranks the best countries for business.
Al Blake, principal analyst, Government Technology at Ovum, explains why the leadership change in Australia will have significant consequences for the country's IT industry.
Alex Malley, chief executive of CPA Australia, analyzes Malcolm Turnbull's popularity after a snap Roy Morgan poll put the incoming Prime Minister ahead of opposition leader Bill Shorten.
Stephanie Arrowsmith, manager of Global Partnerships at StartSomeGood.com, discusses how crowdfunding can be used to spearhead social change.
While Australia's revolving door of prime ministers appears unsettling, Malcolm Turnbull could be a positive for the country's troubled economy.
Jesper Koll, CEO of WisdomTree Japan, explains why the Bank of Japan (BOJ) could unveil further fiscal and monetary stimulus in the coming months.