There is no question that the Aussie strength is a direct consequence of weakness in the U.S. dollar, Daryl Guppy writes.
Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffett, who's remained quiet on President Trump, tells CNBC he tries not to mix business and politics.
Buffett says when one puts a spotlight on a large financial institution like Wells Fargo, they're likely to find something.
The 3 percent threshold is what President Trump and his administration want to achieve for gross domestic product growth.
The chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway says the insured and uninsured losses from the storm will be large.
The U.S. dollar index is testing a critical support level of a long-running trading band that is likely to hold for now.
Wal-Mart's teaming up to sell products on Google Home could spark hope for struggling retailers.
The Shanghai index is developing some of the characteristics of a trend reversal, Daryl Guppy writes.
NYSE's 'The Chief' James Maguire Sr. has died at age 86. Warren Buffett called him "the world's greatest specialist."
Some troubling signs are emerging for the stock market, including a succession of selloffs.
It's been another ugly day for Big Energy, with 52-week lows again for everything across the board.
Home Depot faces many questions going forward, including the looming threat of retail behemoth Amazon.
The Dow powers on despite the war of words between Trump's Twitter salvos and South Korea's state-run KCNA news agency.
IPOs started the year with great promise, but have fizzled on high profile disappointments and the refusal of tech unicorns to go public.
Even with strong market returns and high investor sentiment, Wall Street continues to lay off its own.
Global growth, weak dollar boost Dow profits but the crude rally fails to lift oil stocks
The Australian market has no clear direction, and that could make it vulnerable to shocks, Daryl Guppy writes.
A growing number of airports tend to have lots of unused land conducive to eco-friendly projects, like hosting bee colonies.
The stock market has hit a lull in August, but will this translate into a bigger problem?
President Donald Trump has touted the stock market rally. Can he claim credit for the rally? Partly.
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