Housing supply has not been able to meet rising demand, net population growth and household formation, says Brian Hartzer, CEO of Westpac.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on what to expect from Australia's upcoming budget announcement later in the day.
Jonathan Pain, author of The Pain Report, says Australian banks won't be able to sustain the levels of loan growth recently seen.
Trump held his first-meeting with Australia's Turnbull on Thursday, declaring they "get along great," after a tense January phone call.
Australian sportswear brand 2XU opens a flagship store in Hong Kong despite the struggling retail scene. CEO Paul Higgins explains the move.
Kevin Rudd, Asia Society Policy Institute, talks about the key issues President Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will likely talk about, including North Korea security concerns and China.
There’s no cheap date in Zurich and running costs an arm and a leg in Copenhagen. If that gets you down, move to Wellington.
Peter Birtles, CEO of Super Retail Group, talks about the impact of Amazon on Australia's retail industry.
Iron ore prices came off as they had "overshot the market" but the current level around $67 a ton is still "very strong", says Fortescue Metals CEO Nev Power.
Australia's Minister of Trade, Steve Ciobo, sits down with CNBC's Brian Sullivan to chat Trump trade and the TPP.
Matt Bekier, CEO of The Star, says more Chinese are visiting Australia but the country is losing market share due to a lack of hotel rooms.
Andrew Cole, managing director at OZ Minerals, shares how his company is working with Amazon to improve productivity.
Jake Klein, executive chairman of Evolution Mining, talks about how his company is becoming more productive.
Seek CEO Andrew Bassat says he is looking forward to 15 years of "very strong" growth in China as the Australian job search group takes Zhaopin private.
The a2 Milk Company has been responding fast to changing distribution patterns and supporting Chinese government regulations, says CEO Geoff Babidge.
The Reserve Bank of Australia held steady as widely expected in its latest monetary policy decision.
The nation's power plants are getting old, which could tighten supply, warns Brett Redman of AGL Energy.
Some sectors, such as resource exports, are doing well while other's aren't, says James McIntyre of Macquarie Group.
Andrew Ticehurst from Nomura Australia explains why the RBA will wait for the federal budget before changing monetary policy.
The bank is putting capital to work for investors, notes ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott.