Shares stage a fight back from sharp early losses but still end Monday down as miners continue to drag and investors find little reason to buy.
Clancy Yeates The country's biggest banks appear resigned to the prospect a high-powered inquiry sooner or later, and are making preparations to minimise the disruption on their businesses.
Cole Latimer The combination of a major US pipeline leak of 795,000 litres and additional OPEC production cuts saw oil prices jump more than two per cent after a series of falls.
Carolyn Cummins Ardent Leisure's newly-minted chairman Dr Gary Weiss has vowed to unlock value at the Dreamworld theme park on the Gold Coast as part of his greater plan to get the company "back on track
Patrick Hatch Baby Bunting investors have punished the retailer after it cut its profit forecast amid heavy competitor discounting and trouble stocking a popular range of baby car seats.
Adam Cooper Former union leader and one-time whistleblower Kathy Jackson has pleaded not guilty to misappropriating about $500,000 from the Health Services Union for her own personal expenses, and been committed to stand trial.
Carolyn Cummins Industrial property giant Goodman Group has predicted that worldwide retail spending will grow by 20 per cent to $US27 trillion by 2020.
Clancy Yeates Outgoing Perpetual chief Geoff Lloyd maintains active fund managers in Australia still have a bright future, despite the threat from global rise of passive investment funds.
Beau Donelly and Nick Toscano A series of private messages from executives at Apple have shed light on the extent of the global tech giant's relationship with disgraced Australian wellness blogger Belle Gibson.
Chris Weston Australian shares are set to make a quiet start to the week after Wall Street slid lower on Friday