[BENGALURU] Australian shares weakened on Friday, tracking losses in S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes on Wall Street overnight, as cautious optimism over US-China trade relations petered out.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares pulled ahead on Monday, though buyers lacked conviction after two sessions of solid gains as investors looked to more developments on Sino-US trade talks amid tentative...

[BENGALURU] Australian shares rose on Thursday after TPG Telecom and Vodafone Group's local unit agreed to merge in a shake-up of the telecom sector, though weak financials trimmed the gains...

[BENGALURU] Australian shares slipped on Tuesday morning, as a decline in copper prices weighed on the wider materials sector, overshadowing gains in energy stocks, which tracked oil prices higher.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares rose on Friday, led by banks and mining companies, as a cautious European Central bank policy decision pushed the US dollar higher against other currencies.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares ticked up on Tuesday, boosted by financials and real estate stocks, while the healthcare sector slid in line with US peers.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares ended slightly lower on Thursday, as a decline in financial stocks, weighed by a fall in the local currency and mortgage concerns, offset gains in healthcare.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares were flat on Thursday, as a decline in financial stocks, weigh by a fall in the local currency and mortgage concerns, offset gains in energy firms.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares finished higher for a fifth straight session on Thursday as a rally in commodity prices drove up resources stocks.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares rose for a fifth straight session on Thursday, with material stocks claiming the largest share of the gains on the back of surging metal and oil prices.