July 18, 2018 | 07:13 AM



Share traders are reckless and manipulative - but that doesn't make them psychopaths

What is it that makes someone do such a thing?


RBA should hold steady on interest rates - but when should it cut?

Predicting the Reserve Bank's interest rate decision for October appears to be particularly tough for economic commentators.


Carbon Emissions Threaten The Fishing Industry By Shrinking Fish Sizes

"We were surprised to see such a large decrease in fish size,"


China's 'Green Shoots' Wither Fast, Markets Hold Tight

Friday was a day full of nothing but depressing news on the world's No. 2 economy.


Timber giant Gunns felled by the 'perfect storm'

Forestry company Gunns has been entered into voluntary administration after posting a $904 million loss today.


Not the end for department stores - but time is running out to embrace technology

David Jones' 40% full-year profit plunge sends a very clear message to the Australian retail sector


The great online shopping debate - how the locals can win

Australians are among the most enthusiastic online shoppers in the world.


Natural Gas Exports Set to Go Gangbusters

There are dynamics that are threatening to push natural gas prices up in the near-term future.


Japanese Factories Halt Production In China As Island Dispute Escalates

The escalating crisis over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands has forced many Japanese-owned businesses in China to close temporarily in mid-September.


Natural Gas On The Verge Of A Breakout To $4 As Stars Line Up

Commodity markets are by nature violent, and natural gas futures are no exception.

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