[BENGALURU] Australian shares closed at a two-week high on Monday, underpinned by gains in financials and healthcare stocks, with investors keeping a close eye on earnings reports.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares fell 0.3 per cent on Wednesday as trepidation ahead of key US inflation data and losses in Commonwealth Bank of Australia, which traded ex-dividend, eclipsed gains in...
[BENGALURU] Australian shares returned to positive territory on Tuesday, drawing confidence from a recovery on Wall Street following a chaotic week for equities.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares lost 0.3 per cent on Monday, dragged down by financials as a government-led inquiry into the scandal-hit banking sector's selling tactics got underway...
[BENGALURU] Australian shares slumped to a near four-month low on Friday as Wall Street was hammered by renewed selling on worries of higher inflation and interest rates.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares rebounded on Wednesday from their biggest one-day drubbing in roughly 2-1/2 years, as global markets tried to regain their footing after several days of heavy selling.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares suffered their worst single-day drop in nearly 2-1/2 years on Tuesday as worries about stronger inflation and higher interest rates prompted global investors to take...
[BENGALURU] Australian shares fell back on Monday, dragged down by financial and materials stocks and tracking Wall Street which tumbled on fears of resurgent inflation stoked by a strong jobs report.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares rose on Thursday, underpinned by strong gains in mining stocks and financials, with sentiment boosted by news of robust expansion in Australian manufacturing last month.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares shrugged off global cues such as lower oil prices and rising bond yields felt earlier in the day to end Wednesday higher as real estate stocks strengthened.
[BENGALURU] Australian shares rose 0.4 per cent on Monday, led by financials, taking a cue from Wall Street which closed at record levels after strong earnings reports.