The Australian dollar remains pressured despite a modest improvement in investor risk appetite.
The Australian dollar has been slammed, tumbling in response to a sharp and unexpected escalation in trade tensions between the United States and China.
The AUD/USD, from a longer-term perspective, has done very little recently, trading in a thin one cent range since the start of March.
Falling property prices across Australia is scaring off would-be homeowners and investors – but who is to blame?
A deteriorating domestic housing market and gyrations in China are growing as the biggest risks to the federal budget and the economy, putting a question mark o…
The IMF says it is a positive that the nation's "cooling" housing market was retreating, with prices falling at an "orderly" rate and "improving housing afforda…
Continuing interest in Melbourne properties from Asian buyers has diminished fears of an offshore investment squeeze in the sub $50 million market.
The boom in Australian real estate sales to foreign investors has run its course, according to the National Australia Bank’s latest Residential Property survey,…
The Australian dollar has fallen to its lowest level in two-and-a-half years, as America's economy strengthens and its interest rates continue to rise.