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Global monetary policies since the crisis have created significant vulnerabilities within the global economy and there is no painless way for central bankers to extricate themselves from the situation.
Local market declines accelerate as banks take a hit amid global jitters.
Markets are panicking about the banking industry’s exposure to energy and emerging market loans — and it’s set to get worse.
Business confidence has held up reasonably well in the face of global financial turmoil: NAB.
Fortress Investment Group to provide banking services for payday lending group after Westpac exits.
Gold miner sees production slip 10% in calendar year but delivers on cost and operating targets.
Michael Bloomberg tells Financial Times he is considering run for US president in 2016.
Spanish firm to mull options after govt offers one-year detention centre contract extension.
Employee believed trapped underground at Indonesian Gosowong mine after ‘geotechnical event’; operations suspended.
Local market declines in early trade amid renewed concerns over global economic growth.
Australians slightly less concerned about global economy, but wary on spending more.
Bank of Queensland will invest $15m in program to improve company operations.
Furniture retailer sees profit and sales lift after adding two new stores; boosts dividend by 30%.
As Xero Australia welcomes its new managing director the company’s erstwhile chief Chris Ridd is supremely confident.
Investors switch from stocks into bonds, gold; banks, energy worst hit as worries over growth persist.
Shopping centres group posts weaker interim profit, revenues increase.
Labor ramps up pressure on Turnbull to make decision about future of Stuart Robert.
Concerns over global growth sparked heavy selling on both sides of the Atlantic, while oil prices plunged.
Traders take a break for the Chinese New Year holiday; miners move moderately in London.
Gold jumps 2 per cent to seven-and-a-half-month high as investors choose safe havens