US stocks have opened on the rise on solid healthcare earnings, but concerns about supply chain constraints remain.
Devik Jain and Shreyashi Sanyal
Ian Middlemas-chaired aspiring sulphate of potash producer Salt Lake Potash has been placed in the hands of receivers and administrators after failing to raise about $100m.
The ASX climbed into the green and stayed there despite a last-minute sell-off, with only energy and telco sectors losing ground.
Rebecca Le May
Pilbara gold explorer flags $125m placement as it advances its Mallina gold project and continues drilling.
Higher grade ore from the newly acquired Kundana operations has boosted Evolution Mining’s September quarter output.
A 30-day high for the Australian share market and an Aussie dollar buying 75 US cents showed investors in a buying mood mid-week.
Netflix posted sharply higher third-quarter earnings Tuesday thanks to a stronger slate of titles, including Squid Game, that the company says became its biggest-ever TV show.
After a bumper third quarter, the world’s second-biggest iron ore miner is cutting back on lower quality supply after prices of the steelmaking ingredient plunged.
The travel agent is targeting a return to monthly profitability this financial year as it sees a surge in inquiries.
US stocks have closed higher as investors bank on indications of a strong earnings season, with Johnson & Johnson and Travelers Cos Inc leading the charge.
Shreyashi Sanyal and Sinead Carew
Andrew and Nicola Forrest’s R.M. Williams plans to expand its WA footprint with a large store in Perth’s CBD, as the company celebrates record boot sales.
A late sell-off stopped the ASX from notching up its fourth straight day in the green, but a whisky distiller and potash producer gained ground.
Rising bond yields took a toll on the Australian share market but the Reserve Bank stuck to its forecast that rates will not move higher any time soon.
Rio Tinto has announced the departure of one of its senior executives, representing the latest move within the senior ranks of the company since the Juukan Gorge debacle.
BHP has reveals Pilbara iron ore production dipped in the September quarter on the back of planned maintenance and labour shortages in its rail division.
Andrew Forrest’s Wyloo Metals has won support from the board of Canadian takeover target Noront Resources for its C70¢ a share bid for the aspiring Ring of Fire nickel producer.
Analysts from Macquarie Research say technical issues at the ageing NW Shelf gas project could see the older production units closed earlier than expected.
Ramelius Resources boss Mark Zeptner says the mid-tier gold miner is on the hunt for another operating asset after striking a friendly $163m takeover deal for Apollo Consolidated.
Soaring energy prices helped lift the ASX200 to a slight gain despite concerns on interest rate movements and weak Chinese data.
A trip to Dan Murphy’s or BWS is about to get a lot greener as its parent company joins a list of companies committing to net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The Star Entertainment Group is facing a major class action after money laundering allegations sparked a huge share price drop.
A takeover bid for Sydney Airport is still under negotiation after a group of investors examined the financial accounts of their target.
Investors notched a third consecutive session of gains on the ASX despite China's slowing economic growth rate dampening enthusiasm.
Data showing slower-than-expected growth in China's economy last quarter prompted a dip in world shares.
Danilo Masoni and Alun John
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