[SYDNEY] Australian job advertisements in newspapers and on the internet rebounded in June after a sharp decline in May, though the overall trend in employment growth was still downwards.

[WASHINGTON] President Donald Trump downplayed the chance he would impose tariffs on Australia, a top US ally, after the New York Times reported his administration considered doing so...

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AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Scott Morrison's unexpected electoral victory over the weekend should be another reminder to opinion pollsters that their craft is a rough-and-ready one that, like all...

[SYDNEY] Australian businesses reported only meagre growth in profits and wages for the fourth quarter of last year, a dry spell for incomes that likely saw the whole economy struggle to expand....

[SYDNEY] Australians are borrowing and spending less at the same time as firms are hiring and investing more, creating a conundrum for policy makers trying to ascertain just what the economy...

[SYDNEY] Australia's conservative government on Monday forecast its budget deficit for the fiscal year to June 2019 would shrink to A$5.2 billion (S$5.13 billion), from the A$14.5 billion...

AUSTRALIANS' reluctance to spend in the middle of a property slump is dragging on economic growth and casting doubt on the central bank's outlook, making the prospect of an interest-rate...