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Chas Roy-Chowdhury, ACCA, says the tax needs to be broad-based rather than a "tax for tax's stake" in contrast to similar measures seen in the U.S.
Qatar's finance minister told CNBC that other Gulf nations may suffer as a result of the region's diplomatic feud while stressing his country's resilience to any shocks.
Coca-Cola is expanding its newest sugar-free, calorie-free drink to Australia.
As an 18-year-old, Ermenegildo Zegna founded a wool mill in Northern Italy with the vision to ethically create the world's finest textiles.
Australia's April trade balance came in at a surplus of A$555 million, narrower than seen
Sara Eisen and Mike Santoli discuss how Australia's economy has shown growth for a world record run of 103 straight quarters.
Tapas Strickland, National Australia Bank, says the weaker Q1 GDP was a result of subdued income growth and poor weather conditions.
David Bassanese, BetaShares Capital, says soft consumer spending and investment were behind the 0.3 percent quarterly growth seen for the first quarter.
Robert Wallace, Frasers Logistics & Industrial Trust, weighs in on how the entrance of Amazon in Australia could impact the industrial property sector.
Australia reported first quarter GDP that beat expected 1.5 percent gain on year.
Gareth Aird, Commonwealth Bank, says the economy has relied on the housing and consumer sectors, which have since slowed.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday police were treating a deadly siege in the southern city of Melbourne as an "act of terrorism" after a claim by the Islamic State group that one of its fighters was the gunman responsible.
Andrew Ticehurst, Nomura Australia, says the RBA's decision might have been the same, but it's starting soften its language.
The Reserve Bank of Australia held its benchmark cash rate at a record low 1.5 percent as expected on Tuesday and points to weaker growth in the March quarter.
Strong company profits will add to GDP, but the weak wage bill is likely to have weighed on consumers, says Joanne Masters, ANZ.
Steven Milch, chief economist at Suncorp, says other factors including employment growth and residential upturn also play a part.
Max Cunningham at ASX says the operator had 118 listings on the exchange in the last calendar year despite overall tightening in the IPO market.
Wall Street investors are bent on making money from Australians' fascination with property prices, N.Y. Times reports.
Alex Leyland, Leyland Private Asset Management, says Australia's property price problem is a well-known one that's likely to be priced into markets already.
Alex Vynokur, BetaShares, says ETFs allow traditionally domestic-focused investors to access more varied strategies.