A sluggish week marked by persistent concerns over whether current inflation spikes might linger ended with US stocks closing modestly higher.
Perth-listed company Wellfully will have its science-based wellness products sold throughout Russia after partnering with a luxury retailer.
Adelaide casino operator SkyCity has forecast a bigger full-year profit as the expanded venue helps lure punters back to venues.
The Euro STOXX 600 has hit a record high and bond yields have fallen as investors dismissed rising prices in the US.
Tom Wilson and Andrew Galbraith
A second consecutive record close on the ASX has fund managers searching for growth opportunities, and one is tipping infrastructure providers.
Premier Investments, which owns shops including Smiggle, Peter Alexander and Just Jeans, has raised its full-year retail earnings forecast after strong sales.
Beauty business SILK has two post-Covid levers driving faster than expected growth, including its best opening-day sales in a decade.
International banking regulators’ decision to classify Bitcoin as the riskiest of assets dragged cryptocurrencies further into the mainstream financial world.
Vildana Hajric and Yakob Peterseil
A royal commission into Crown's Melbourne casino operations has been extended to October after the inquiry was granted almost $10 million more in funding.
Economic data easing fears of long-term heightened inflation allowed Wall St stock to finish the day firmer, with the S&P 500 hitting a record closing high.
The supermarket giant is trialling an ambitious new way of selling its seeds, nuts and snacks.
Shares on the ASX were on a broad-based rally as investors looked for a seventh consecutive session of records.
Woolworths' takeover of wholesale food distributor PFD will go ahead despite the concerns of some in the industry.
David Singleton said an earlier disclosure of a cost-blowout regulator risked putting incorrect information into the market.
Another batch of names has been added to the meme-stock frenzy as retail traders latched on to their latest favourites in the US overnight.
Matt Turner and Paul Jarvis
El Salvador became the first country in the world to adopt bitcoin as legal tender after its Congress approved a proposal to embrace the cryptocurrency.
Perth-based biotechnology company Argenica Therapeutics is set to list on the ASX tomorrow as it looks to accelerate developing its treatment that prevents brain damage in stroke patients.
Wall Street stocks reversed earlier gains as institutional investors awaited inflation data.
MSCI ACWI stands near record level, bond yields subdued; Fed stimulus seen still in place for some time.
Junior explorer Bryah Resources has closed out a heavily oversubscribed capital raising as it continues to hunt for copper and gold in the Murchison.
The ASX recorded a fresh high for the sixth consecutive session before investors became concerned by Chinese inflation data.
Asking family and friends can be a worthwhile starting point on the road to success, investment specialists say.
Airline Regional Express is on course for a full-year loss of $15 million following the travel restrictions that have come from the virus outbreak in Victoria.
The shipbuilder says the US Navy sees unmanned ships part of its future fleet.
Sean Smith and Daniel Newell
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