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There could be more mergers and acquisitions in the gambling industry, particularly in the Asia Pacific region, said Adam Dawes, a senior investment advisor at financial services company, Shaw and Partners.
Stocks in Asia Pacific were mixed on Friday, following a second day of losses overnight on Wall Street. Meanwhile, investors await U.S. nonfarm payrolls set to be released later on Friday stateside.
Huawei has faced mounting political pressure as the U.S. asks other countries to block the Chinese firm from being involved in 5G networks.
The United States won a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling on Thursday against China's use of tariff-rate quotas for rice, wheat and corn, which it successfully argued limited market access for U.S. grain exports.
China said earlier on Wednesday that its economy grew 6.4 percent in the first quarter of 2019.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Julian Assange, "will get the same treatment as everybody else." The WikiLeaks founder, who is Australian, was arrested in London and now faces extradition to the U.S.
Helium is well-known to the general public for its use in balloons, but it is also an important component of medical and aerospace technology.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison led his pitch to voters with his conservative coalition's economic credentials, framing the election as a referendum on its record of managing Australia's finances.
The world's No. 2 casino operator, Wynn Resorts, ends deal talks with Crown Resorts after Wynn's $7.1 billion takeover offer is leaked.
Australia's ABC Four Corners said current Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton met with Huang Xiangmo to discuss the Chinese billionaire's application for an Australian passport.
Australia's government offered 158 billion Australian dollars ($112.18 billion) in tax cuts over the next decade aimed primarily at middle-income earners, and an increase in infrastructure spending targeted at rural areas.
It's not just what you do for a living that matters, but who you work for.
Maree Suteja built her cafe in Bali around "Insta-worthy" moments.
Investors should sell the Australian dollar and New Zealand dollar, and put their money in the Chinese yuan and the Singapore dollar instead, according to an ANZ analyst on Friday.
Malcolm Turnbull explained the company that provides and maintains 5G infrastructure has the capability to act adversely to a country's national interest, but he added he's not suggesting China's Huawei would actually do that.
It will be 2070 before the gender pay gap is completely eliminated, if progress continues at its current rate, according to new research from Glassdoor.