COVID-19 chain reaction
How the coronavirus pandemic is impacting global supply chains, and the implications for ordinary Australians.
Not so fast, BoJo
Negotiating a trade deal within 12 months is wishful thinking on the British PM's part.
The political pain in Spain
Spaniards are returning to the polls for the fourth time in four years, with yet another stalemate the likely result.
Building a new world monetary order
Facebook's Libra aims to address the shortcomings of using cryptocurrency as a regular everyday currency.
Few winners in new world order
Profiting from the US-China trade war may turn out to be a Pyrrhic victory for the rest of the world.
We shouldn't fear Facebook's move into the cryptocurrency market – it may be a game-changer in the virtual currency world.
Making sense of Brexit
If you're confused about the deadlock in the UK over its withdrawal from the European Union, or Brexit, this should help clear some things up.
Crisis ended? Don't speak too soon
Greece Prime Minister Alex Tsipras has declared that the country is back on its feet, but the numbers indicate its problems are far from over.
An eye for the big picture
From his office high above the New York business district, Paul Sheard closely scrutinises the global economy. And he’s never seen anything like what’s unfolding now.
Even in the new cryptocurrency world, cash remains king
In 1637, a mania for tulips fanned the world’s first speculative asset bubble. In 2018, Bitcoin looks a lot like this.
The flipside to cryptocurrency coins
There are 1448 cryptocurrencies around the world, by some counts. Not all of them are taken seriously.
The cryptocurrency pioneer
Before the invention of bitcoin, Joseph Liu was playing with an idea that would cut out the middle man in online currency exchange.
Does the World Bank have a problem with its poverty figures?
The World Bank has claimed a significant decrease in global poverty. But has it set the measurement bar too low?
Fans of a more open China should welcome the devalued yuan
In May 2015 the IMF recognised that China’s yuan was no longer undervalued for the first time in more than a decade – a statement which contradicted the US Treasury Department’s assessment published just a month previously which said the...
China's market lesson will be one of wealth transfer
The recent collapse in the Chinese share market was preceded by a boom – a boom that was, in turn, fuelled by relaxed restrictions on margin lending, and a growth in the shadow banking sector. Both served as inducements for Chinese retail...
Three ways China can tackle its currency dilemma
The PBC’s efforts to prevent a devaluation spiral by intervening in the foreign exchange markets have made the future value of the RMB much harder to predict. This has presented a challenge for speculators trying to judge when to short the...
Why capital is fleeing China and what it means for Australia
China's foreign reserves are declining. ShutterstockForeign reserves at the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), China’s central bank, fell for the fifth consecutive month in November, dropping by US$69.1 billion to US$3.1 trillion. This is a level...
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