CNBC's Christine Tan takes you through this week's key risk events in Asia, including China's purchasing manager's index (PMI) and growth reports from India and Australia.» Read More
Warwick Bray, CFO of Telstra, explains the company's decision to invest $5 billion Australian dollars in mobile network over the next 3 years.
Matt Bekier, CEO of Echo Entertainment, says the company's domestic businesses such as Sydney's Star Casino underpinned the 59 percent jump in full-year net profit.
David Craig, chief financial officer of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, discusses his company's results and the economic situation in Australia.
Lachlan Colquhoun, CEO of East and Partners Asia, says the Commonwealth Bank of Australia's results indicate a slowdown in income, which raises questions about the bank's outlook.
Catherine Allfrey, principal at Wavestone Capital, discusses the earnings of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the lender's decision to raise $5 billion Australian dollars through a rights offer.
Max Cunningham, head of listings & issuer services at ASX, attributes the rise in tech listings on the Australian Securities Exchange over the last 18 months to factors such as higher capital mobility globally.
CBA unveiled a $3.65 billion rights issue as its annual profit met expectations, completing a fundraising round by Australia's "Big Four" lenders.
While the annual profit of Commonwealth Bank of Australia met expectations, weaker margins and higher bad debts signal concerns ahead, says David Ellis, head of Australian banking research, Morningstar Australasia.
A Chinese billionaire spent the most money ever for a home in Australia, without ever even seeing it.
John Key, Prime Minister of New Zealand, wore a Wallabies jersey after losing a wager to CNBC's Oriel Morrison on the outcome of All Blacks' 19-27 loss to Australia over the weekend.
Sean Callow, senior currency strategist at Westpac, says the U.S. dollar lost some of its value against most of the major currencies on Friday because July's jobs report wasn't a gamechanger.
Mike Hirst, managing director at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, attributes the 4-basis-point fall in the bank's net interest margins to the competitive low interest rate environment in Australia.
Magnus Nicolin, CEO at Ansell, discusses the company's warning on how volatile exchange rates could take a toll on its revenue in the year ahead.
Australian banks and miners will be the losers in this corporate reporting season, says Joe Magyer, senior analyst at The Motley Fool.
With the cash rate sitting at a record low of 2 percent, the Reserve Bank of Australia needs "solid evidence" for further easing, says Sean Fenton, director & portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners.
As the sun goes down, delegates attending the Diggers and Dealers mining forum flock to the local pubs. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more from Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Dan Lougher, MD & CEO of Western Areas, says the firm rolled out cost-cutting measures to combat falling commodity prices, while a weaker Aussie dollar is working in the company's favor.
Raleigh Finlayson, managing director at Saracen Mineral Holdings, says factors such as a weaker Australian dollar have cushioned the impact of falling gold prices.
Matthew Circosta, economist at Moody's Analytics, says Tuesday's retail sales and trade data are headed in the right direction hence the Reserve Bank of Australia will likely leave interest rates on hold.
Despite the recent decline in the price of zinc, Heron Resources remains positive on the commodity's supply and demand fundamentals, says managing director & CEO Wayne Taylor.