Uber plans to challenge the ATO's stance on requiring all of the company's drivers to pay GST in the Federal Court.
Australian petrol prices will fall over the remainder of 2015 and into 2016, Westpac says.
Westpac is the last of the big four banks to raise interest rates for property investors to meet the regulator's speed limit on growth.

Lacklustre profit season ahead

Companies with an offshore earnings base and those exposed to the booming housing market will do well this reporting season.

ERA's loss widens to $255m

Uranium miner Energy Resources of Australia has posted a $255 million half year loss.
All 16 economists surveyed by AAP expect the cash rate to remain steady in August, and 12 are tipping no move this year.
Origin Energy has increased production and revenue in the fourth quarter of the financial year.
As lenders hike rates and toughen requirements for investor mortgages, owner occupiers may be set to enjoy further discounts.
Home prices are expected to record another strong month of growth but dwelling prices outside of Sydney and Melbourne are weak.
Primary Health Care will sell around 36 million shares in Vision Eye Health and use the proceeds to pay off debt.
Flight Centre has won its appeal against the competition watchdog over a long-running price-fixing case.

ResMed makes China acquisition

ResMed and China's Curative Medical will retain their operational independence.

CBA wins Federal Court case

The Federal Court has upheld the Commonwealth Bank's right to refuse shareholders a vote on resolutions concerning its financing of fossil fuel projects.
Henderson Group has lifted its underlying first half profit by 29 pct but is wary about the effects of investor nerves on the funds management industry.
The chances of Qantas buying a new fleet of hi-tech Dreamliner planes have been bolstered by long-haul pilots agreeing to a new wage deal.
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