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Business Now with Ross Greenwood


As the market closes each day, Ross Greenwood brings you breaking business news you can’t afford to miss.


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As the market closes each day, Ross Greenwood brings you breaking business news you can’t afford to miss.




Business Now | 26 February

As Treasury reveals high wages growth is driving inflation, economist Warren Hogan says the RBA may have to lift rates instead of cutting them. Plus, NIB CEO Mark Fitzgibbon on the insurer's results and Grays gets in trouble with the ACCC. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 23 February

As the third week of reporting season ends, legendary stock picker Jun Bei Liu reveals the hottest ASX stock she has her eye on. Plus, Rio Tinto's CEO warns on industrial relations reform and shares of a small U.S. start-up go to the moon. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 22 February

Qantas profits fail to take off as airfares start to fall, Qantas CEO Vanessa Hudson reveals when the airliner may pay a dividend. Plus, Nvidia shocks the market and analysts as it's revenue triples and the latest ASX profit results. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 21 February

Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci announces he'll step down just days after a disastrous TV interview, governance expert Megan Motto explains what went wrong. Plus, economist Sean Langcake forecasts when the RBA will cut rates. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 20 February

As ANZ gets the greenlight to takeover Suncorp Bank, ACCC Chair Gina Cass-Gottlieb speaks exclusively to Ross Greenwood about the deal. Plus, BHP reviews the future of its nickel mines as bankrolled Indonesian miners flood the market. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 19 February

The PwC scandal widens as the Tax Practitioners Board reveals international partners may be involved, Liberal Senator Richard Colbeck weighs in on the so-called 'dirty six'. Plus, today's top profit results and the property market heats up. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 16 February

Kmart has posted record earnings in the half year amid the cost-of-living crisis. Poultry Inghams CEO joins the show and says the company has tripled its half year profit. Plus, almost 2,500 homes are scheduled to go under the hammer this weekend. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 15 February

Wesfarmers profit lifts to $1.42 billion, CEO Rob Scott reveals how maintaining low prices lead to the stellar result. Plus, unemployment jumps above 4 per cent for the first time in two years and Moody's warns company insolvencies are rising. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 14 February

Victoria experiences a massive power outage, former Snowy Hydro CEO Paul Broad explains how fragile the state's power network is. Plus, CEO Matt Comyn on Commonwealth Bank's profit records, and GrainCorp slashes guidance by over 50 per cent. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 13 February

Victoria is hit with a freak power outage as a collapsed transmission line trips the largest coal power station in the state. Plus, analysis of today's hottest profit results and consumer sentiment finally improves. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 12 February

The new HILDA survey shows people are more stressed out and households need two incomes to survive, professor Roger Wilkins goes through the data. Plus, AustralianSuper's Shawn Blackmore weighs in on the government's superannuation review. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 9 February

Reserve Bank Governor Michele Bullock appears before the economics committee in Canberra. Earning season begins with giants like AGL reporting their results this week. Plus, REA Group CEO Owen Wilson joins the show and speaks about tax policies. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 8 February

Reporting season kicks off as AGL, Mirvac, News Corp, and Transurban open their books. Plus, China pumps its share market but investor sentiment isn't improving and Uber's Australian boss on the upcoming changes to the gig economy. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 7 February

The $80 billion merger between Woodside and Santos falls through, Allan Gray's MD Simon Mawhinney explains why he's happy the deal got scrapped. Plus, CBA's Gareth Aird reveals his forecast for when the RBA will start cutting rates. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 6 February

The RBA holds a historic press conference as it works to become more transparent, economists Besa Deda and Warren Hogan react to the RBA holding rates and their changes to 2025 forecasts. Plus, China clamps down on its share market. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 5 February

Shadow Treasurer Angus Taylor weighs in Labor's changes to stage three tax cuts as the Treasury reveals how long they were working on the changes. Plus, the RBA is predicted to hold rates tomorrow and the auction market fires up in February. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 2 February

Australia's second largest port operator DP World has reached an agreement with the Maritime Union. Strong profit results from US tech giants Meta, Amazon and Apple. Plus, the property market starts to heat up again after the summer break. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 1 February

HSBC's chief economist says the RBA won't cut rates this year as momentum in inflation remains too high. Plus, Rystad Energy's LNG analyst Kaushal Ramesh reveals we're rapidly running out of gas and has the BNPL bubble finally popped? See for privacy information.


Business Now | 31 January

As inflation finally shows signs of slowing down, AMP's Diana Mousina reveals her RBA rate cut forecast. Plus, eToro's Josh Gilbert explains why US tech stocks are rallying as the ASX200 hits a new record high. See for privacy information.


Business Now | 30 January

Vacuum cleaner retailer Godfreys goes bust after 93 years in business, restructuring expert Ian Purchas reveals what went wrong. Plus, retailers struggle to make sales in December and Elon Musk announces a successful brain chip implant. See for privacy information.