Elmer Funke Kupper, CEO at ASX, says growth across the board lifted its annual profit. He also outlines the strengths of the stock operator in the initial public offering market.» Read More
Mervyn King, Former Governor of Bank of England, says fears of a hard landing in China are overblown. He later explains why the upcoming asset quality review is the last chance for European banks.
Mark Bennett, Managing Director & CEO of Sirius Resources, discusses the firm's Nova nickel-copper discovery in Western Australia's Fraser Range and outlines its development plans.
Bill Beament, Managing Director, Northern Star Resources, discusses its decision to purchase two mines from Barrick Gold early this year.
David Hand, Managing Director at Newport Consulting, discusses the findings of its survey which reveal that the outlook from senior executives in Australia's mining sector is at a five-year low.
Four groups are fighting for Russia in Ukraine, experts say, while the downing of a Malaysian plane has complicated Putin's plans in the country.
Nev Power, CEO of Fortescue, describes how Australia will benefit from the scrapping of the carbon tax. He also explains why iron ore prices will stabilize in the months ahead.
John Rice, Vice Chairman of General Electric, describes why the firm is pushing for infrastructure investment and how governments can facilitate a conducive environment for businesses.
Andrew Robb, Trade Minister of Australia, says it is important for the country to maintain strong relationships with all of its Asian trading partners, including China, Japan and South Korea.
Andrew Robb, Trade Minister of Australia, says the B20 meeting hopes to propose strategies that will help the G-20 achieve its agenda of boosting world growth
Donald Williams, CIO of Platypus Asset Management, says a "sweet deal" for Country Road and the potential of losing $50 million make it unlikely for Solomon Lew to derail the merger proposal.
Australia may lose 50,000 to 75,000 jobs with the end of the mining boom, says Justin Fabo, Economist at ANZ. But he says it's not a cause for concern as other sectors will pick up the slack.
While its economy is tied to China, Australia identifies more with the West in terms of culture, says Simon Cox, MD & Investment Strategist, Asia Pacific at BNY Mellon Investment Management.
Jacob Kirkegaard, Research Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, highlights similarities between Japan and Australia and what that means for their stance on China.
Jun Okumura, Visiting Scholar at Meiji Institute for Global Affairs, says Prime Minister Abe's trip to Australia signifies the latter's position as Japan's second-most important security ally.
Kerry Brown, Director, China Studies Center at University of Sydney, says Australia is in a "difficult position" to remain neutral between Japan and China.
In conjunction with CNBC's 25th anniversary, Matthew Taylor recaps the big events that took place in Australia in 1989 and how the country has changed since then.
Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia & New Zealand at HSBC, says comments from the central bank governor may continue to weigh on the Australian dollar this week.
Giles Keating, Deputy Global CIO, Private Banking & Wealth Management at Credit Suisse, discusses the central bank's comments and explains his "neutral view" on the currency.
Charles Leyland, Managing Director at Leyland Private Asset Management, says mixed goals in the areas of housing and currency leave the Reserve Bank of Australia "with no choice but to leave rates steady."
Martin Lakos, Division Director at Macquarie Private Wealth, explains why the Reserve Bank of Australia is likely to maintain a "prolonged stable period of rates" till the first quarter of 2016.