Expectations are high that China will take the reins of global leadership at Davos, but don't expect Xi Jinping to upset the apple cart.
Does the Turkish government have ulterior motives in its attempt to make Istanbul a global financial centre?
How does Australia’s economic growth shape up against the G7 countries?
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Ahead of the Mid Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, minister for defence industries Christopher Pyne said a lot of jobs were created in 2016 and Australia has the highest growth rate in the G7. Is that true?
A broker in Mumbai reacts on November 9.
The world braces for Donald Trump's brand of` trade protectionism, which will send shockwaves through the global economy.
Looking downcast: head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde.
The IMF has lowered its forecasts for the US, UK and other advanced economies, even if post-Brexit negotiations go smoothly.
Chair Janet Yellen acknowledges: It’s a tough call.
The Fed left interest rates unchanged but said improving economic data means it will likely lift them later this year. We asked two scholars – and ex-Fed officials – if it was the right call.
Raising more questions than answers.
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Britain's prime minister keeps saying 'Brexit means Brexit' but exactly what this looks like is far from clear.
Looking behind the headline numbers.
There are plenty of reasons to reject the consensus that Brexit will be costly to the UK economy.
The G7's limited membership of like-minded countries gives it significant power to bring about meaningful economic growth.
Focusing on the jobs we lost may not be the best way to do this.
Instead of trying to bring back the old economy jobs that have been lost, the U.S. should focus on training Americans in the new skills that will be needed in tomorrow's economy.
Much mightier than any sword.
The generation of designers broke out of their studios and took the business world by storm. Their skills could also be turned to bigger world problems.
Moves to measure country progress in other ways to GDP are on the rise. Here's how happiness researchers are changing the game.
Apple, Google and Facebook are in a row over taxes in Europe.
Corporate taxation is a concern for governments and businesses because of their divergent interests.
Darling of Davos: Christine Lagarde.
How the importance of the IMF's top echelon is often overstated.
More than one million Chinese tourists arrived in Australia last year and data suggests this could grow.
Growth in China's services sector remains solid, a good sign for Australia.
Gold: not the safe haven it was once considered to be.
The best answer for dealing with a volatile market is to do nothing.
‘Heave away boys …’
With the economic dashboard flashing red, here's the route to safety.
Bribe or tip?
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Companies complain that the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act creates an uneven playing field when doing business abroad in places corruption flourishes. Are they right?
China’s sharemarket troubles hang over Western bourses.
Market "hiccups" are painful for western markets, but a good sign of the internationalisation of Renminbi.
The influx of refugees into Europe has put pressure on the structures of the eurozone itself.
Troubles in the eurozone can be viewed as a continuing fallout to the 2008 global crisis.