A trade deal is on the cards, but uncertainty that has rattled global markets and caused the International Monetary Fund to downgrade its global growth forecasts is likely to continue for some time, UBS anlaysts say.
Well over a hundred countries and territories agree to an OECD proposal to revise global tax rules by 2020. Without it, the world could enter a period of tax wars.
As British and EU negotiators tussle over their future customs relationship, non-EU member Norway points to a world where digital borders might be able to solve Westminster's current woes.
The world's richest and most powerful people are gathered in Switzerland to tackle pressing global issues, but analysts say the model over which they preside is fuelling populism and increasing inequality.
The Chinese President's speech to senior officials bears traces of concern that an economic risk could pose a political threat or lead to social upheaval.
Australia will see the world's biggest house price declines this year, according to one of the world's major credit ratings agencies, which declared homeowners would have to wait until 2020 to see any recovery.
As US President Donald Trump makes a number of attacks on the independent Federal Reserve, a White House adviser steps in to allay fears and quell global market instability in response to the attacks.
Darwin Lord Mayor Kon Vatskalis denies his decision to sign a "cooperation agreement" between Darwin City Council and a Chinese district was in any way related to his wife's historic links to the Chinese Government-run Confucius Institute.
The OECD's latest economic outlook says the world's and Australia's economic growth will slow down amid US-China trade tensions and geopolitical uncertainty.