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A shock Wentworth byelection result looms over the Australian share market at the start of a new trading week, while a soft lead-in from Wall Street is also expected to knock the local bourse lower at the open.

Australian shares are poised for an opening plunge in the wake of a broad sell-off on Wall Street, where trade war concerns and a hawkish central bank weighed US indexes down by more than 1 per cent.

Morningstar analyst Johannes Faul examines Amazon's edge on delivery and outlines how Myer has priced in some challenges to emerge as an undervalued retail play.  

Firetrail's withdrawal of its listed investment company this week IPO embodies the difficulties of a finite pool of investors and tougher market conditions.

Viruses, worms, firewalls, trojans, ransomware: it seems the bizarre vocabulary of cybercrime has evolved as much as the threat itself. But so too have the investment opportunities.

International subscribers boosted growth, but we still think the firm will have to spend heavily over time to fend off competition.

A choppy overnight session on Wall Street looks set to nudge Australian shares lower at the open, with the major US indexes fluctuating amid the increasing likelihood of further rate hikes.

Storm clouds are gathering over the global economy amid rising tensions between the world's two superpowers, tightening US interest rates, and a slowdown in investment in the Middle Kingdom.

The Australian share market is poised to hitch a ride on Wall Street's overnight rally, with the major US indexes shrugging off a recent slump to gain more than 2 per cent.

Telstra shareholders have voted against what many perceive as excessive executive pay, issuing a first-strike against the renumeration report and raising the prospect of a board spill.

National Australia Bank's revelation it has earmarked another $314m for customer remediation caps off an annus horribilis for Australia's big four banks.

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