Sydney's once-red hot property market will probably be flat this year, while Perth's will keep falling, Stockland chief Mark Steinert told CNBC.» Read More
Australia has skewered national stereotypes, plus some juicy-looking lamb, and fired-up social media with its latest Australia Day ad.
Frank Troise, MD of SoHo Capital, says the "pool party's over" for Australian real estate, and that he likes short Australian financials against long U.S. financials amid the volatility.
Discussing what's moving the Australian dollar, with Scott Cavanough, Senior VP of Financial Markets at Compass Global Markets.
The Australian Securities Exchange will hold at 4,920 points, and we won't buy before this level, says Peter Fay, director of research at Invast Australia.
As Australia's largest trading partner, China's economic state will have a direct impact on Australia's, explains Katrina Ell, economist with Moody's Analytics.
Australia's economy will perform moderately this year, as the country rebalances away from resources, says Scott Ryall, head of Australia research at CLSA.
Ken Fisher, CEO, chairman and founder of Fisher Investments who is optimistic about a bull run, advises investors to go for stocks that are "big and global, real and simple."
Australian home price growth stalled in December as tighter lending rules and higher mortgage rates took the heat out of the Sydney market.
The weak oil market is poised for some recovery in 2016, offering potential upside to the currencies of oil-producing countries, an analyst said.
Deal-makers across Asia were hustling in 2015, racking up more than $1 trillion in mergers and acquisitions, up 37 percent from 2014, Dealogic said.
More than 100 homes burned in a leading Australia tourist area as bushfires remained out of control, with officials predicting more blazes to come.
Flared track pants and tracksuits will be trendsetters next season outside the gym as 'athleisure' gains momentum.
Mathias Cormann, Australia's finance minister, discusses the weaker Australian dollar and whether employment data is accurate.
Mathias Cormann, Australia's finance minister, discusses the outlook for the economy after the budget deficit forecast was revised higher.
Simon Warner, head of fixed income at AMP Capital, believes that Australia's revised budget deficit estimate is still too conservative as the iron ore price slump is expected to worsen.
The projected declines in 2016 non-OPEC crude production will come from shale drillers, not oil majors, analysts tell CNBC.
Morgan Ball, MD at BC Iron, explains the company's decision to halt production at its Nullagine mine, which caused its shares to plunge by 25 percent.
Shauna Mei, founder and CEO of ASX-listed AHAlife, says the decision to list in Australia as opposed to Nasdaq, was based on a number of factors, including the company's relatively smaller size.
Matt Barrie, chief executive and chairman at Freelancer.com, discusses news of Atlassian's Nasdaq trading debut and the Australian tech boom.
Australia is attempting to let the air out of housing without deflating a vital source of economic growth or stressing indebted households.