Lacking the mega-projects seen in mainland Southeast Asia, Beijing’s infrastructure plans in the Philippines have been noticeably smaller in scale and focused more on local connectivity.
Iron ore prices are now down approximately 57% from their May highs, with the sell-off accelerating heading out of the weekend. At one point on Monday, prices had shed another 11.5% in Singapore trading…
France withdraws ambassadors over AUKUS, Canada heads to the polls, and the Federal Reserve prepares to show its hand on bond tapering.
Chronicling the events that led to the present low point in China-Australia relations.
Record-high natural gas prices have European consumers hoping for a mild winter.
Supply concerns seem to be trumping fears of technological disruptions, with an EV-driven demand boom looming on the horizon.
Russian elections, a US angle on the Guinean coup, and a financial crisis in Sri Lanka.
Citing improved growth and rising inflation, the ECB moved to scale back its bond purchases. But don’t call it a taper.
A military coup in one small West African country risks significant economic repercussions for China.
The Bank of Russia’s latest monetary policy forecast raises a novel possibility: What if the present inflationary trend isn’t temporary at all?