Concerns over investor activism are rising as new energy policy sees power companies are obligated to include coal and gas in their generation mix.
Colin Kruger The story goes that ASIC chairman, Greg Medcraft, was about to hand in his badge as Australia's top corporate cop in April last year - with just one week left in office - when he heard his tenure was being extended another 18 months.
Jessica Sier Investors poured into miners and banks on Tuesday, pushing the benchmark index further above its recent tight trading range.
Noel Whittaker Financial expert Noel Whittaker answers your questions.
James Robertson Sydney consumers are paying less for electricity than five years ago, according to the surprising findings of a review of household electricity prices released by the state's pricing regulator on Tuesday.
Clancy Yeates The Reserve Bank is keeping a close eye on rising electricity prices, but does not expect the surge in household energy bills to substantially drag on consumer spending, a senior official says.
Marc Pallisco Nissan is the latest car manufacturer to sell a redundant Australian site, offloading its 11.4 hectare local headquarters and adjoining warehouse distribution centre in Dandenong South, Melbourne, to a private syndicate for a speculated $35 million.
Clancy Yeates Treasury secretary John Fraser has welcomed the cooling off in the country's biggest housing markets, saying there are early signs the curbs on riskier bank lending are doing their job.
An office occupied by Centrelink and Medicare in Rosebud has sold for $4.415 million on a tight yield of 5.67 per cent.
Jessica Sier Banking reform and debt management are top of mind for investors who also want clarity around the One Belt One Road and Made in China 2025 initiatives.