As a key UK trading partner, the government should tread carefully when addressing the very real risks posed by China.
China is trying to revive its economy to reach pre-COVID heights but future growth rates might be closer to developed economies like the US and UK.
So much international trade happens in dollars that it would be very difficult to turn the tide against the currency any time soon.
Why the US may not always be able to lead global economic rescue efforts.
The conditions placed on countries borrowing money from the International Monetary Fund have further disadvantaged these countries economically.
Those rights require legal protection.
Alongside the global economic outlook, Russian supply and Chinese demand are contributing to ‘a cocktail of uncertainty’ for oil prices.
While there are some benefits to the free trade agreement, the UK would be better off striking a deal with its neighbours.
A renewed attempt to revamp global partnerships appears to be promising, but at a time of overlapping global emergencies, the pitfalls are numerous.
Chinese tech giant Huawei is among companies adopting new strategies to challenge national security reviews.
Leaders must find new ways to measure development and economic progress and to co-operate on prioritising human and environmental security over profits.
Recent unrest will affect China’s domestic economy as well as international businesses with a stake in the country.
Lula’s international reputation could be key to the country’s success.
Debt is becoming unaffordable.
Why the IMF has weighed into the UK’s current financial situation and what it means for markets.
The Fed’s recent rate hikes are contributing to higher prices and growing recession risks around the world, yet there are good reasons why the US central bank has to keep its focus domestic.
The greenback is at its heftiest since 2002 and still rising fast.
A less inclusive approach may be the most practical.
We are at a dangerous tipping point in ‘inflationary psychology’, says the central bank for the world’s central banks.
What can China do to resolve a crisis that threatens not only the health and security of its people and economy, but the future of Chinese Communist Party and its leader Xi Jinping?