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CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on the latest in the Australian elections and whether PM Malcolm Turnbull's call for early elections will pay off.
Australia's election results are so close, it's not clear the ruling Coalition will have a majority, says Monash University's Zareh Ghazarian.
The uncertain outcome of Saturday's federal election heightened fears Australia could be consigned to three years of minority government and policy paralysis.
Malcolm Turnbull has been talking up stability which plays into the Brexit-uncertainty narrative, says University of Sydney's Stewart Jackson.
Some smaller independent parties could win parliament seats which might complicate things for the coalition, says Geoff Raby & Associates' Geoff Raby.
It's a tricky business holding onto the prime minister position Down Under. Here's the list of different leaders from 2007 to 2016.
The incumbent prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has benefited from the Brexit-related instability, says Lowy Institute's Alex Oliver.
Despite the disillusionment among voters, the Australian public and politicians have taken to social media in the so-called "Facebook Election".
Ahead of the Australian elections on Saturday, CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on what the Coalition and the Labor party are promising to deliver.
The dollar remained relatively calm while investors rushed into the safety of gold after British voters' decision to leave the EU.
Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reinforces his agenda to push for innovation and to shift away from a commodities-dependent economy.
at the NBA Draft in Brooklyn, foreign-born rookies played a large role in shaping pro basketball's class of 2016.
Winnebago's stock spiked nearly 5 percent after announcing its third-quarter fiscal report.
An Australian Paralympic sailor and team official were robbed at gunpoint while training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend.
Mining industry sentiment has finally started to improve, after several years of gloom amid a commodity price slump.
Keeping rates steady this month was consistent with sustainable economic growth returning to target over time, Australia's c.bank said on Tuesday.
Most Australian miners believe that commodity prices have bottomed out and will head up, says Newport Consulting's David Hand.
You want flexible hours? Financial services is where it's at, but there's going to be stiff competition for jobs at these companies.
University of Sydney's Peter Chen explains that the Australian opposition party has managed to destabilize Malcolm Turnbull's government.
UNSW' Mark Rolfe says Australian voters are not enthused over Turnbull or Shorten, after years of mistakes committed by both parties.