Shares dropped to their lowest level in seven weeks, shedding about $20 billion in value and led down by the big banks and Qantas.
Veda Group has enjoyed a stellar debut on the Australian Securities Exchange, with shares opening more than 40 per cent above the initial public offering price.
As long as you work from home, that is.
Some smaller IPOs are sliding under the radar of many investors, but could be better long-term investments than the big-names.
After poor results last financial year, Nufarm has signalled a better year ahead, especially in Latin America where it is taking market share from rivals in some sectors.
Picked up out of the doldrums by radical policies, known as Abenomics, Japan faces an uphill battle to beat this year's economic performance next year.
Westfield has not wasted any time in getting back to business after news of its split yesterday, with the revelation that its moving to full ownership of the retail component of the World Trade Centre, New York for $US800 million.
Westfield Group’s decision to split its international operations from its Australian and New Zealand businesses may have excited investors, but ratings agencies are sceptical of the deal.
Australians have come out top in a global survey which asked how much money people are expecting to leave to their children.
Directors of movie maker and amusement park operator Village Roadshow have used a legal loophole to vote their shareholding in favour of the company's remuneration report and avoid a first strike.