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These Australian stocks will be supported by the Federal Budget's spending spree, analysts say

The ASX could launch Australia's first crypto ETF by the end of the year — but don't expect Dogecoin to make the cut

Afterpay is planning a possible listing on the US stock market, which could see it disappear from the ASX

Zip was forced to issue an explanation after its share price soared to a new all-time high for apparently no reason

A little-known Australian mining company with the same ticker code as GameStop saw its share price surge on Thursday

Adore Beauty is one of a handful of women-led companies that recently listed on the ASX, with a value of over $600 million. Here's who else to look out for.

The ASX has welcomed the first ever Australian ETF for professional video games, which hopes to capitalise on the growth of esports worldwide

Nearly $1 billion in JobKeeper subsidies have helped some of Australia's largest companies pay their executives big bonuses

Zip has joined the ranks of the most valuable companies in Australia, as it plans to become ‘a true global powerhouse’

Many of Australia's top 150 companies claim they are prioritising sustainability goals. According to a new report, it's tough to measure whether they're actually making progress.

New Zealand's stock exchange was shut down on 2 straight days after a 'mafia type' gang launched a cyberattack

Afterpay is now more valuable than Coles, as its share price continues to rocket higher

The ASX is warning people not to fall for fake or misleading investment news, as users report seeing hoax articles circulate on social media

Australians are jumping into the sharemarket at the moment with both feet. This is where they're investing.

The Aussie share market is diving on Thursday, as Wall Street prepares for a 'very, very painful two weeks'

The ASX lost 5.6% on Friday, after trying its best to follow a surging Wall Street and launch a bull market of its own amid rising coronavirus cases

The ASX has just plunged 8% in as many minutes as the government begins to force some businesses to shut their doors

The ASX bounces after it and Wall Street suffer their worst day since 1987, as the coronavirus takes markets for a ride

The ASX had its worst day since 1987, despite the US unveiling rate cuts and a $1.1 trillion stimulus program

The ASX opened to a bloodbath Friday, falling a further 7% after yesterday's 7.4% fall