Philip Alexander, Jacanda Capital, says that the window for small tech floats is closing in the market.
Bega Cheese shares jumped 13% after the company announced acquisition of Vegemite and other brands from Mondelez International.
Mathias Cormann, Australian finance minister, discusses the intended trajectory of his country's economy.
Mathias Cormann, Australian finance minister, reacts to Chinese President Xi Jinping's address to Davos on globalization.
Australia remains committed to free and open trade relationships, according to Mathias Cormann, Australia's finance minister.
James Quigley at Cushman & Wakefield says that the Sydney and Melbourne markets continue to be fundamentally strong.
Researchers catch footage of the animal in its natural habitat for the first time ever.
Germany is the safest place for Chinese investment, followed by New Zealand, Australia and the United States, the SCMP reports.
Indonesia has cleared Tigerair Australia to operate flights from Bali to Australia until Monday.
Tigerair Australia remained unable to operate flights to Bali on Thursday, warning that the standstill could continue until early Friday morning.
Tigerair Australia said it cancelled flights to Indonesia's Denpasar Bali airport on Wednesday, citing new requirements from Indonesia.
Charles Leyland at Leyland Private AM explains why he favors Flexigroup, a financial solutions company, to get exposure to the retail sector in Australia.
Iron ore prices staged a strong rally in 2016 but prices are expected to fall by a-third or more from current levels, the Australian government said.
The country's first trade surplus since March 2014 is likely to add to GDP growth , says Tapas Strickland at National Australia Bank.
Australia’s economy is likely to stay upbeat after it reported a A$1.243 billion ($910 billion) trade surplus in November, said an economist.
Improved commodity prices and a weaker Australian dollar helped to drive the trade surplus, says Savanth Sebastian at CommSec.
These are the best and worst performers in the Asian and European markets for 2016.
Two nations are calling for balance following the recent feud between John Kerry and Benjamin Netanyahu.
Out with the oil and in with electric.
CNBC's Chery Kang weighs in on the latest in Asian markets.