Australian Financial Review
Australian shares target six straight sessions of gains
Investors believe shares may get another boost this week if the RBA bows to bond market pressure and holds rates steady for the first time in 11 months.
Aston byelection: Peter Dutton’s suburban dream becomes a Liberal nightmare
An impending byelection in Scott Morrison’s suburban seat of Cook could make or break Peter Dutton’s leadership.
Peta Credlin and the Liberal Party’s right used to think Aston was the future
For years the Liberal Party’s right wing has argued that outer-suburban seats could replace inner-city losses.
Potentia Capital shrugs off market woes on tech, closes in on Nitro, Tyro deals
Potentia Capital founder Andrew Gray has invested in Micromine, Nitro and EstimateOne, among others, and is ready to deploy millions more in capital.
Gold prices could top record highs this year
Some strategists believe gold could reach $US2600 an ounce as an imminent Fed pivot weighs on the US dollar and bond yields.
Porter Davis collapse: Home buyers ‘feel cheated’
Not knowing what happens next is the worst part for Nicole Gray. She is one of thousands of Australians left in limbo after the collapse of Porter Davis.
Aston byelection: This is not the bottom for a Liberal Party in deep trouble with voters
The Liberals are in political free fall after the disastrous loss of a previously solid seat in outer suburban Melbourne, confirming how out of touch they are with community sentiment.
Will the RBA raise interest rates on Tuesday? Economists aren’t sure
Economists are divided over whether the RBA will spare borrowers from an 11th consecutive rate rise, amid conflicting evidence about the state of the economy.
Aston byelection: Aston loss lances Liberals’ delusions
Liberals are still approaching politics like it is the early 2000s, when voters got their news from nightly TV broadcasts, and demography was their friend with dominant anglo Boomers whose worlds were relatively small.