The first Turnbull budget will be propped up by around $13 billion of so-called "zombie measures", which are still on the books from the first and second Abbott budgets but not yet passed by the Senate.
Max Mason Vodafone aims to intensify battle for mobile prepaid customers with new plans.
Max Mason Telstra will persist with its Asia growth strategy despite its failed attempt to set up in the Philippines and the $2.1 billion sale of the majority of its stake in Chinese online car retailer Autohome.
Colin Kruger Haoma Mining, the gold hopeful heavily backed by pollster Gary Morgan, was a big bolter on Monday.
Mark Mulligan The Bank of Japan's decision last week to defer further monetary easing has added fuel to the yen's race up against the greenback, and the same could happen to the Aussie on Tuesday.
Paul Colgan He replaces Maile Carnegie, who quit as managing director director to join ANZ Bank earlier this year.
Stephen Cauchi Australian shares fell after a poor earnings result from Westpac weighed on banking stocks.
Stephen Cauchi OceanaGold's soaring share price has prompted Deutsche Bank to downgrade the stock to sell, even though the miner has performed well and is on track to become the world's lowest cost gold producer.
John Collett Some of Australia's largest superannuation funds rank among the best in the world in protecting their members from the adverse effects of climate change.
Mark Mulligan If first-quarter inflation data was the main attraction for local markets last week, the RBA's response, the federal budget and bank earnings are are this week's focus.