Official data shows British 12-month inflation slowed to 2.4 per cent in April, hitting a seven-month low.
Vodafone says annual net profits tumbled 90 per cent after it took a vast $A11.97 billion impairment charge.
Offering lower interest rates than competitors has done little to lift NAB's customer satisfaction rating.
Eight Chinese and two Indian airlines face fines for not paying for their greenhouse gas emissions.
The resources sector is being used like an ATM and Australia's debt is unsustainable, Gina Rinehart says.
A lobby group says Tony Abbott's budget reply speech will increase the focus on small business.
US private equity firm KKR has decided to sell its entire 12 per cent stake in Seven West Media.
The head of Treasury has denied claims made by the Coalition that the numbers in the budget are unreliable.
CSR says it believes Australia's housing market is recovering, after posting a $147 million loss.
Owner-occupier home loan approvals have posted the strongest jump in four years.
Banks are now pumping $3 billion more into the housing market per month than they were a year ago.
Gina Rinehart has drawn criticism from the PM after saying the nation's economy was heading for a collapse.
Independent MP Bob Katter says interest rates are far too high compared to Australia's trading partners.
New Zealand Finance Minister Bill English has forecast a budget surplus a year earlier than Australia.
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