Billabong is currently being suspended indefinitely as negotiations with two potential buyers continue.
The Reserve Bank has decided to keep the cash rate steady at 3 per cent.
In a difficult trading environment Kathmandu has managed to achieved a sales and profit increase both in-store and online.
Premier Investment defies the sluggish trading conditions, reporting a solid positive first half year result for 2013.
The worldâ€™s largest fashion online retailer continues to dominate the market with another positive sales report.
David Jones' Future Strategic Direction Plan has yet to deliver any positive returns after the company reported another loss.
Myer has lifted its first half year sales for the first time since 2010.
While some retailers are reporting a drop in profits, Westfield has achieved an 18.3 per cent increase of up to $1.72 billion on the prior year.
Centro’s rebrand strategy to Federation Centres is already paying off after the company revealed a solid result for the six months to 31 December 2012.
As Billabong undergoes its four year long transformation strategy, which was announced in August 2012, the company has had to take a hard hit before improvements can be seen.