A global sell-off is poised to push Australian shares lower at the open, with the rhetoric continuing to rise between Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his counterparts in the euro zone.
Rose Powell Local greek communities are sending money home, meeting every day to pray and preparing for an influx of migrants as Greece teeters closer to the edge.
Colin Kruger With two big share price plunges halving the value of its stock in a matter of months, it might be time to ask the big question of listed litigation funder Slater and Gordon: is anyone knocking on its door with a class action lawsuit?
Elizabeth Knight The fact that both countries are part of global debt and equity markets means that we do get caught up in the contagion effect to some degree.
Stephen Cauchi Australian shares endured their second-worst day of the year with a broad-based $38 billion sell-off, with gold stocks the only beneficiaries from the uncertainty.
Mark Mulligan The euro has plunged nearly 2 per cent against the US dollar in the first signs of the market turmoil about to be unleashed by the Greek crisis.
Mark Mulligan The Australian share market suffered its second-biggest fall this year on Monday as the risks of a Greek default and exit from the eurozone spooked investors across the world.
Jared Lynch Chinese billionaire Richard Liu, is hunting Australian companies to fuel the global expansion of his e-commerce website, JD.com, and take on Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma.
Megan Gorrey Canberra Convention Bureau has a new boss charged with promoting the capital as a prime business events destination.
Mark Mulligan Greece's surprise referendum plan has jolted world markets and taken us into uncharted territory.