Investors' second-guessing of the state of the US economy dragged the Australian sharemarket into the red this week.
Vesna Poljak Volatility is creeping back into the market and creating headaches for foreign exchange traders.
John Collett Base you travel plan around the best-value foreign currencies and you could save a packet.
David Potts High levels of debt are fine until they're not, according to an old saying as well as the Government's new softly, softly mantra.
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John Collett Parents need to be aware of the consequences of gifting money for their children's property purchases. Especially if relationships breakdown.
Joseph Ciolli Stringing together gains in the American stock market has become next to impossible.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth - once he's paid for his nephew's education.
Anjuli Davies and Silvia Antonioli Rio Tinto will cut jobs in M&A and business development to cut costs as it battles falling commodity prices.
Clancy Yeates What Australia gets paid for its most valuable export has fallen off a cliff, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the share market.