Last week was yet another turbulent week for global stock markets, with the worst one days sell off since Black Monday in 1987 occurring on Thursday, March 12, and the worst week since 2008.
Every day at 5am in the morning, residents living in the outskirts of the capital of Phnom Penh are carrying a couple of 30-litre gallons to get water from several 10,000-litre water tanks deployed along the road.
As the most crucial Chinese grand strategy in the 21st century, the Belt and Road Initiative has reached its seventh year since its inception in 2013.
A Malaysian economist offers his advice to his beleaguered government as it prepares to release the economic impact of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
I’m still struck by how fast everything has happened. Just a few weeks ago, it was as if I was living in a different world.
International veteran news reader Veronica Pedrosa has her own take on Coronavirus while on a London bus. Read her experience
However, unlike what happened previously, the Fed had, in the interpretation of monetary policy trends, offered a more optimistic forecast on the US economy.
It’s not often one starts an article with the word musophobia in the first or, indeed, any sentence outside the annals of zoology, but here we must.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision for the country to withdraw from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) negotiations, in November last year, has since generated intense news coverage.
Since the dawn of civilisation there has been trade finance. Initially, it was fairly primitive. Now it is a highly sophisticated trillion dollar industry financed primarily by financial institutions.