时时彩后一稳赚技巧:Business Breaking News
3:31AM Graham Burke retires from Village Roadshow having built, with the Kirby family, a drive-in cinema chain into an Australian entertainment empire.
8:48PM Global shares rise; STOXX 600 index up 0.1; DAX up 0.2 per cent; Asia shares buoyed by China share rally; Nikkei 0.2 per cent lower.
5:45PM Pinterest Inc filing for an IPO is the latest example of a rush to the public markets by highly-valued technology companies.
4:47PM MyState shares have taken a tumble after first-half profit slipped nine per cent to $14.4 million on a shrinking net interest margin.
3:21PM The US ski-field operator Vail Resorts has purchased two resorts in Victoria for about $AUD174 million.
2:22PM A late-year jellyfish outbreak has hurt Huon Aquaculture's harvest volumes and pushed production costs higher, knocking first-half profit lower.
1:52PM Funeral provider InvoCare has reported its full-year net profit has fallen 57.7 per cent while the company has successfully raised its revenue 1.4 per cent.
1:09PM Ardent's first-half net loss blew out by 40 per cent to $21.8 million as details of the 2016 Dreamworld tragedy were aired again at coronial inquest hearings
12:53PM Retailer Vita Group has posted a 26 per cent increase in half-year net profit to $14.1 million as the Telstra-store operator opened several cosmetic clinics.
12:50PM BWX, the owner of natural beauty product Sukin, has reported a more than 50 per cent slide in profits after a tumultuous first half.
11:18AM Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling has been released from US federal custody after 12 years in prison and six months in a halfway house.
11:07AM AGH has reported a first-half loss of $226 million, down from a $40.7 million profit a year ago, on the back of $223 million in writedowns.
8:13AM The price of copper has eased as Glencore cut its 2019 copper forecast.
9:46PM MSCI's main Asia-Pacific index rose to a four-and-a-half month high on Thursday.
8:44PM The Aussie dollar has tumbled after customs at China's northern Dalian port has banned imports of Australian coal as relations simmer between the two countries.
5:32PM Nine has reported a $140.2m first half profit after copping $43m in costs related to its merger with Fairfax, lifting its share price as much as nine per cent.
2:51PM Southern Cross has slipped to a first-half loss of $120 million following a huge writedown against its regional television assets
2:30PM Coca-Cola Amatil's profit has dipped by more than a third after a challenging year and a $146 million writedown on its SPC facility.
1:50PM The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for January was steady at 5.0 per cent, with the number of people in full-time work rising by 65,400, the ABS says.
1:31PM The Star Entertainment Group's first-half profit has fallen 2.4 per cent, although a substantial win rate boosted its statutory results.
10:34AM Mortgage Choice has cut its dividend by two-thirds in a move its board called prudent following recommendations in the royal commission report.
8:11AM The price of copper continues to rise as stocks near 10-year lows.
8:27PM MSCI's World Index hits highest since October; European stocks strengthen after Asia soars; FOMC minutes due as central bank doves dominate
2:50PM The Australian dollar has hit a two-week high and the kiwi is rallying as investors hope for a deal in the US-China trade talks.
1:45PM Wages grew by a seasonally adjusted 0.5 per cent in the three months to December, slightly less than the 0.6 per cent growth predicted.
1:30PM Corporate Travel Management's half-year profit is up 27 per cent after it acquired two smaller companies in 2018.
1:19PM Pipeline company APA Group says it is looking to buy a US gas transmission or distribution business to diversity its assets,
11:16AM Domino's first-half domestic growth, while outperforming Europe, has fallen short of management expectations.
11:09AM Fortescue Metals Group has beaten estimates, with its 5 per cent dip in half-year profit to $US644 million not as bad as expected.
10:13AM ANZ says will make changes, including dropping default charges on drought-hit farmers, following the recommendations of the financial services royal commission.
7:58AM Copper prices are higher as the value of the US dollar eases amid apparent progress in talks between the United States and China.
2:52PM Origin Energy has agreed to sell its Ironbark gas project in Queensland to Australia Pacific LNG for A$231 million.
1:43PM Minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia's February policy meeting showed the board saw "significant uncertainties" over the economic outlook.
1:20PM Australia's competition watchdog says petrol prices in Australia's major cities fell dramatically late last year, in line with a collapse in crude prices.
1:04PM Seven West Media says its half-year net profit has fallen by 13.8 per cent as stringent cost-saving measures failed to offset a fall in advertising revenue.
12:34PM ANZ has reported a slower mortgage book growth than the overall market, admitting it may have been "overly conservative" in its lending approach.
12:25PM Sales have slowed at supermarket giant Coles, with first-half profit taking a dive as the company embarks on its post-Wesfarmers restructure.
10:52AM IOOF Holdings has posted a 5.0 per cent rise in half-yearly underlying profit but has cut its interim dividend and flagged an increase in compliance costs.
10:50AM Oil Search has posted a 13 per cent rise in annual profit, boosted by higher prices for gas and oil.
10:29AM Hearing implant company Cochlear's shares are down more than 7 per cent after it said it was facing increased competition in the US and Germany.
8:18AM A court decision in India relating to a smelter helped boost copper prices overnight.
8:53PM Nikkei rises to 2019 high, China blue chips bounce; Investors wager on progress at Sino-US talks in Washington; Oil prices highest for year as supply tightens
4:56PM Embattled real estate company McGrath has reported a $9.6 million net loss, in part after it abandoned an IT project it had spent millions developing.
3:20PM AMP says its earnings impact in financial year 2019 would be about $10 million while it expects an annualised impact of up to $30 million from 2020.
2:06PM Brambles has reported a 27 per cent dip in first half profit as fuel, transport, and Brexit-related costs edge higher and a US tax benefit cycles out.
1:05PM Shares in garbage handler Bingo Industries have plunged more than 45 per cent after it blamed a guidance downgrade on a depressed property market.
12:44PM Australia's number two lender Westpac has reported first-quarter unaudited cash earnings of $2.04 billion.
12:01PM Health and safety product manufacturer Ansell has posted a 91 per cent drop in first-half net profit as it tallies the cost of its ongoing transformation.
11:40AM The CEO of iSelect says the company has been "financially reset" after recording a $6.9 million first-half loss.
11:14AM Bank of Queensland says it will make as make up to $12 million less this half-year, as it faces downward pressure for fees, trading and insurance.
7:57AM Copper prices rose at the end of last week as analysts digested Chinese lending data.
10:59AM Australia's share market is tipped to open higher on Monday after optimism surrounding US and China trade talks.
10:20AM Medibank Private's first-half profit has slipped 15.4 per cent to $207.7 million, although its core businesses remains solid.
8:29AM Amazon said it did not see consistently "positive, collaborative" relationships with state and local officials.
9:44PM European stocks, oil prices highest since November; Euro at 3-month low after Germany just skirts recession; Report Trump could push out deadline on tariffs.
3:18PM Better-than-expected trade data from China lifted the Aussie dollar briefly, but investors were cautious ahead of high-level Sino-US trade talks.
2:52PM The country's top oil and gas producer posted a net profit of $US1.36 billion, up from $US1.07 billion in 2017, but lower than analysts' estimates.
2:19PM A scandal-plagued year and huge remediation costs have knocked AMP's profit down 97 per cent to just $28 million.
1:08PM An expansion into Germany and Austria combined with strong sales in North America have helped appliance giant Breville cook up a profit.
12:45PM Japan's economy expanded at an annualised rate of 1.4 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2018, marking the first growth in two quarters.
12:05PM Suncorp's first-half profit has almost halved, while the company will spend more on regulatory compliance following the final banking royal commission report.
11:05AM Newcrest has more than doubled its first-half profit, buoyed by record gold and copper production at its Cadia operations.
10:52AM South32 Ltd has posted an 18 per cent rise in half-year underlying profit thanks to higher coal output and stronger commodity prices.
10:52AM Magellan Financial Group has announced it made a $176 million profit in the half-year, a 62 per cent rise, and has increased its dividend 66 per cent.
10:29AM The world's biggest listed winemaker has upped its interim dividend following a 15.1 per cent lift in first-half profit to $201.1 million.
10:21AM Telstra has cut its payout to shareholders after a 28 per cent dive in first-half profit, with the telco passing the halfway mark of the NBN rollout.
8:48PM European stocks rise after Asian rally; Trump could let tariff deadline 'slide for a little while'; Fed to chart plans to stop letting bond holdings roll off.
5:29PM The chief executive of adventure tourism company Experience Co has resigned following revised full-year guidance figures down $10 million.
4:52PM Northern Star says a soaring first-half result has justified its investment in the underground Pogo mine in Alaska in August.
2:01PM Australia's Food Revolution Group has continued its expansion into the Chinese market, shipping its first container of juice to the country.
11:19AM Virgin Australia has swung to a $54.8 million profit, helped by a strong underlying first-half result, though uncertainty clouds its outlook.
9:26AM Struggling make-up brand Napoleon Perdis is ordering more stock to keep up with the demand for its products despite being in voluntary administration.
3:59PM Retirement fund manager Challenger Financial has confirmed a 97 per cent first-half profit plunge, with revenue also down 20 per cent amid market uncertainty.
3:42PM Super Retail's comprehensive review showed $32 million in overtime hours were not paid in accordance with the award over the past six years.
2:52PM With investors looking to a new round of Sino-US trade talks Asian shares barely budged.
1:30PM NAB says the Reserve Bank could cut Australia's already record-low interest rates further, perhaps as soon as the second half of this year.
11:00AM Macquarie Group expects to make a record annual profit for a fourth straight year after flagging a 15 per cent improvement on FY18's $2.557 billion.
10:46AM Transurban's first-half profit has fallen 61.8 per cent after its acquisition of Sydney's WestConnex, but the underlying health of the business is strong.
10:06AM Speculators targeted zinc after the metal breached its technical level.
8:54PM European shares bounce from one-week low; Chinese shares resume trading, Shanghai shares up 1 pct; Dollar near six-week high, US-China trade talks eyed.
3:26PM The listed agricultural company is bracing for 'extreme' losses at its 30,000-head Gulf property Wondoola station on account of extreme flooding.
11:56AM JB Hi-Fi has lifted first-half profit 5.5 per cent to $160.1 million despite volatile trading in electronics and home entertainment over Christmas and January.
11:49AM First-half earnings have slipped for Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, but it hopes to benefit from the big four's public relations disaster at the royal commission.
11:31AM GPT Group says the shopping centres in its portfolio have remained resilient against the online retail trend.
8:09AM The price of copper stalled amid concerns about a weakening global economy and less demand for metals.
10:22AM A flat start to the week is expected for the Australian market after its US counterpart ended last week mixed.
9:40PM Nordzucker, Germany's second largest sugar refiner, has agreed to purchase a 70 per cent shareholding in Australia's Mackay Sugar Limited.
9:01PM Global shares fell for a third straight day as investors worried about a global economic slowdown and no sign of a resolution to the US-China trade row.
4:46PM The US dollar has held near a two-week high as demand for safe-haven assets rose on uncertainties about the path of US-China trade negotiations.
3:03PM The Reserve Bank has dramatically revised down its economic forecasts, prompting the Australian dollar to plunge again.
2:54PM Prices for Australian thermal coal are at their lowest levels since April 2018, with bulk carriers unable to unload in China for unknown reasons.
2:45PM Karen Wood has been elected as the next chair of South32's board of directors to replace retiring chairman David Crawford.
11:08AM Mike Baird won't talk about running for the top job at NAB, but UBS analyst Jon Mott says the former NSW premier is a real contender.
10:20AM The owner of realestate.com.au is flagging a potential drop in classified listings as homebuyers hold off pending the result of the federal election.
8:35AM Copper prices are lower amid concerns over global economic growth and less demand.
1:24PM AGL has announced it will spend $25 million on an upgrade for Victoria's Loy Yang coal-fired power station, while first-halt underlying profit has risen.
12:30PM The New Zealand dollar has dropped against the Aussie and the US dollar
12:30PM The Australian dollar has remained near a two-week low as investors wager that the RBA will most likely cut the cash rate this year.
12:30PM Qantas has formally cancelled a 13-year-old order for eight Airbus SE A380 superjumbo jets, raising new doubts about the future of the aircraft.