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Australia's S&P/ASX 200 has crossed a key technical resistance level and is headed higher.
Investors renewed bets that monetary policy will continue to diverge between the United States and the euro zone.
With cash rates at a record low, the RBA might not need "that much convincing" to start adjusting back to neutral rates, says Paul Bloxham of HSBC.
The Reserve Bank of Australia is unlikely to raise interest rates until wages increase, says Alan Oster, group chief economist at National Australia Bank.
Stewart Jackson, a lecturer in government and international relations at the University of Sydney, said New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern held her own during meetings with Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull.
The iPhone X is Apple's 10th anniversary smartphone offering and packs plenty of high-end hardware and new features.
Andrew Thorburn, CEO, NAB, said the bank will trim its workforce and at the same time hire new employees to take services digital as it seeks to transform operations and services.
Australia's world-famous Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock, will be closed to climbers from 2019.
Rob Sindel, MD, CSR, says commodities and energy are constant cost concerns for the company.
Mike Hirst, MD, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, says legislators are too eager to push for more bank oversight when existing rules are working as they should.
Colin Chapman, founder and editor-in-chief, Australian and Southeast Asian Strategies, says Australia's Liberal-led government will survive a political snafu that saw the deputy PM step down because of dual-citizenship in New Zealand.
Julie Bishop will stand in as Australia's acting prime minister while Malcolm Turnbull is away on an overseas trip.
Bill Johnston, minister for mines and petroleum of Western Australia, says the state is likely to continue producing more than half of the global supply.
Australia's High Court ruled Friday that Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce was ineligible for Parliament.
Saul Kavonic, principal analyst, Australasia, Wood MacKenzie, says many Australian companies are paying higher spot prices for LNG as new supplies expected for export are diverted to the domestic market.
Tan Teck Leng, FX analyst, UBS Wealth Management, says the market has dialed back slightly on expectations for a rate hike in Australia in late 2018 after weaker-than-expected third quarter CPI.
The world's cheapest Michelin star restaurant has expanded quickly and seeks to be Asia's answer to fast food chain KFC.
A rebound for the Aussie is expected, but continued dollar gains could make it brief, technical analyst Daryl Guppy says.
Chinese investors are buying up major assets in Australia, which has helped contribute to record-high housing prices.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. wants to deepen cooperation with India given negative Chinese influence.