Australian shares set to open higher after Wall Street finished strongly last week.
Brian Robins Farmer confidence has taken a hit due to the dry start to autumn coupled with the significant recent hit to dairy farmers in parts of the country's south east
Stephen Cauchi A number of industrial stocks are still looking like good value, says UBS.
Colin Kruger Gold mining has provided one of the few bright spots for our resource sector, so why is Kingsgate Consolidated in such a mess?
Max Mason Fetch TV is targeting 600,000 subscribers by the end of the year, boosted by subscription video on-demand, Optus's English Premier League acquisition and two upcoming set-top boxes.
Max Mason The surprise entry of Optus into sports content has changed the landscape for broadcast rights and that's great for competition, watchdog boss Rod Sims says.
Max Mason Screen Producers Australia is calling on the Australian government to consider following a European Union proposal to place local content quota obligations on streaming services such as Netflix.
France will "go all the way" to ensure that multinationals operating on its soil pay their taxes and more cases could follow after Google and McDonald's were targeted by tax raids.
Mark Mulligan Australia's national accounts and a slew of headline US data compete for attention in what is shaping up as a big week.
Brian Robins With the price of gold continuing to hold at near record levels, Australia's gold miners have switched to mining lower grades