The Indian city of Bangalore is sinking in trash despite new regulations to curb the problem. One organization is collecting organic waste and using it to produce eco-friendly biogas.
Many Parisians are choosing to stay away from the subway for fear of contracting the coronavirus. The environment ministry is seizing the chance to promote eco-friendly two-wheeled travel. Bike shops can hardly keep up with the demand.
Guarana gives you a real energy boost, as the indigenous peoples of the Amazon have long known. Mirasilva Oliveira makes drinks from the plant in her snack bar in Manaus. Her specialty includes avocado, peanuts, cashews and plenty of guarana syrup.
Stephen Power Executive Chair of Antipa Minerals says the game is simple - we’ll find the land, you dig the gold. A strategy that is working for Antipa Minerals
No, it's not like that. Praemium CEO Michael Ohanessian says there's a new platform for investors to reckon with and it is no toy.
Shane Oliver from AMP Capital shares his take on the fast-changing economic situation, Chinese Equities and the real Sergeant Pepper
10 Jul 2020 - After a shaky day of trade the Australian market closed 0.6% lower. UBS has downgraded Treasury Wines Estates (ASX:TWE) from a Buy to a Neutral, with a 12 month price target of $11.80.
Renae Bunster woke up one day and decided to go on a mission; to create a hot sauce of sheer bed-pooing quality. She did and Daniel ate it.
China Matters CEO Michael Clifton says slipping ties need a voice of reason. But on current China policy, who will offer it?
America is Australia's biggest investor and all eyes will remain on how they emerge from COVID-19. April Palmerlee, CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia tells us more
Callam Pickering from Indeed tells ausbiz that the further lockdowns could mean that unemployment is set to rise and we aren't out of the woods yet.
One hour every weekday dedicated to Australia & NZ's startup ecosystem. This episode features Jeremy Ducklin, Luke Jecks, Odelia Potts, Alina Truhina, Elaine Starkey, Stevan Premutico and Tess Thomas & Venshuka Gammapila.
Vivek Dhar of CBA Commodities talks about why he decided to upgrade the price targets for all commodities.
Six Park’s Pat Garrett says clarity for investors will be in short supply for quite a while.
Paul Brennan, Chief Economist at Suncorp gives his take on the labour force data we could see next week and the challenge for wider recovery.
Will Hamilton of Hamilton Wealth Partners tells ausbiz why he's not taking positions in this market right now and why he thinks a "melt up" is imminent because of the disconnect between retail investors and data.
Jonathan Wu of Premium China Equity Funds talks the China equity rally and the effect that political changes are having on the markets.
Peter Langham, Scottish Pacific CEO talks to ausbiz about the importance of cash flow in surviving the coronavirus as an SME.
The QTIC is all about rebuilding the tourism industry after a great knockdown from COVID-19. CEO Daniel Gschwind shares why the sunshine state has pushed forward with opening its borders, and what support they need moving forward.
nabtrade's Gemma Dale says people are exiting the banks and trading heavily on FMG. They're buying exactly what we think they are... and that's into the tech sector.
Andrew Wielandt from DP Wealth Advisory and Rob Corlett from Maqro Capital go in-depth and stock-specific. The stock of the day is Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).
Time to get your starting guns out! Sam Swanell, CEO at PointsBet tells ausbiz about his company's newest deal, expansion plans and whether the company's meteoric rise will finally issue earnings guidance.
10 Jul 2020 - The Australian share market is off to a rocky start today. It opened lower following renewed fears of a second wave of covid-19 in the US and is now tracking 0.1% per cent lower at noon. Macquarie rates Rio Tinto (ASX:RIO) as an outp...
Opal Capital's Omkar Joshi says people are forgetting that those riding the rally are not really making any money. Dividends are still important, so here are some areas you could look at.
Mark Monfort of Prosperity Advisers Group shares with ausbiz insight from its ETF tracker app, The Aussie ETF tracker. One thing is clear, expense fees does not equal better performance.
James Rosenberg of E.L. & C Baillieu says that he's received zero calls about the buy now, pay later sector, it's time to look ahead. International exposure is key, and MGG may be able to provide that.
10 Jul 2020 - Nine Entertainment (ASX:NEC) CFO Paul Koppelman has resigned for personal reasons, including the recent death of a family member.
10 Jul 2020 - Coal miner, New Hope Group has appointed Mr Reinhold Schmidt as Chief Executive Officer of the company effective from 1 September 2020.
10 Jul 2020 - New Zealand internet services provider Chorus says the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions have had a significant impact on fibre activity and uptake in the 4th quarter.
10 Jul 2020 - Tilt Renewables (ASX:TLT) now expects EBITDAF for the 2021 financial year to be in the range of $65 to $80 million.
Ilya Spivak of DailyFX gives ausbiz a rundown of what the sectoral performance in stocks means for FX markets.
Carl Tannenbaum, Northern Trust Chief Economist joins ausbiz to discuss the US session overnight and the speed of this economic recovery.
Jarden Mondschein, Senior Advisor at the US Studies Centre joins ausbiz to discuss the tug of war between the US and China with Australia firmly in the middle.
Matt Richardson from OFX takes us through the week's currency plays.
Chris Conway from Marcus Today previews today's trade and what to expect as we head towards reporting season.
Vertium's Jason Teh reminds us that there's a lot of speculation in the tech sector. Value stocks do lag, but if investors are a bit more patient, it could lead to a better return in the long run.
Reporting season is coming up but with so much volatility, the outlook doesn't look so bright. Delft Partners' Robert Swift tells ausbiz even corporate management is set to have low visibility.
QuickFee is taking the US by storm, and CEO Bruce Coombes says it has COVID-19 to thank for that. He shares with ausbiz how growth will be maintained post-pandemic, and how it will tackle the risk of firm selection.
10 Jul 2020 - MLC Asset Management Senior Economist Bob Cunneen discusses the rise in global share market performance over June despite an increase in coronavirus infection rates.
10 Jul 2020 - The Australian market is poised to open lower following mostly negative leads from international markets. This comes as Johns Hopkins University records over 60,000 new covid-19 cases in the US- a record for a 24-hour period. Perth b...
Techs led the way again on Wall St overnight with the NASDAQ up 0.5%. SPI futures point to a negative start for the local market but it's hard to see the buy-now-pay-laters not going on another tear.
Perseus MD Jeff Quartermaine says the Aussie miner is prepared to go further and dig deeper
Macquarie Government's Aidan Tudehope is encouraged that the government finally has its head in the cloud
Executive Chef at Vue De Monde Hugh Allen says restaurants have adapted to the pandemic well so far, but this second lockdown risks all the work the sector has put in.
Cyber criminals are finding better disguises, they might even be a connection on LinkedIn. Citi's Scott Southall says acknowledge humans are imperfect, and start investing on safety nets for your employees.
Shaw and Partners' Fraser MacLeod says this is one irrational market. And no one cares. Because people are irrational. It's scary.
Josh Gilbert from eToro says Bitcoin is more practice than theory, but now even Ferrari wants your Bitcoin
09 Jul 2020 - The Australian share market rose at the open and continued to rally closing 0.6 per cent up at the end of today’s trade. Home loan commitments for housing fell sharply in May, down 11.6 per cent.