David Lennox of Fat Prophets says Rio Tinto has performed well in iron ore output, but other metals lagged in 2017. » Read More
Australia's Qantas Airways amended its website, referring to Taiwan and Hong Kong as Chinese territories, after China's warning. » Read More
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Rio Tinto could ship an additional 10 million tonnes of iron ore worth $780 million after reporting a 1 percent rise in 2017 shipments. » Read More
Jonathan Barratt of Ayers Alliance Securities says good production figures from Rio Tinto for Q4 could mean a higher dividend payment.
Steven Schoenfeld of Blue Star Indexes says Israeli firms are working to provide services in India, including setting up locally.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has hit back against claims that China is increasing the debt burden of African countries.
Nick Twidale of Rakuten Securities Australia says the U.S. dollar could stage a rebound as expected Fed rate hikes materialize, but watch the crosses.
Malaysia took up an offer by U.S. exploration firm Ocean Infinity to look for the Boeing 777 plane, newspaper The Star reported.
Peta Granger of Lush Cosmetics says "naked products" are being developed that use little or no packaging.
Steven Milch of Suncorp says the jump in Australia retail sales in November is showing a "catch-up" with other parts of the economy that have gained.
Melanie Perkins of Canva says the start-up is aimed at making graphic design for use in areas like presentations easier as PowerPoint is "so old school."
Australia expects iron ore prices to go down 20 percent from 2017 due to rising global supply and moderating demand from China.
Gavin Wendt of MineLife says China demand is changing and that makes forecasting iron ore prices a tricky business.
Australia said on Thursday it planned to become the fourth country in the world to legalize medicinal marijuana exports.
Mark Todd of National Australia Bank says that the interplay between U.S. spending and the Fed response is key for bond market views.
Britain is reportedly considering whether to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as the country considers its trade future post Brexit.
Australia's transport safety investigation agency said it plans to raise the seaplane that crashed into a Sydney river on New Year's Eve.
Daniel Houghton of the Lonely Planet says the travel guide has come up with a list of places off the main trail for 2018.
Gavin Wendt of Minelife outlines how the continuation in global growth, declining inventories and speculative interest will affect base metals in 2018.