U.S. prestige has certainly taken a beating, but Trump hasn’t dismantled the international trading system.
China Must Grow Its Shrinking Workforce to Keep Up
Will markets see the Central Bank of Brazil’s deviation as bold or fickle?
Remember that “synchronized global upswing”? At the very least, it’s gotten out of sync.
Malaysia's Regime Under Mahathir Must Prove It Can Govern
For a while central banks in Indonesia, Brazil and elsewhere seemed free to do their own thing. No longer.
The opposition just won, led by a former head of the establishment. How much will change?
Is U.S. better off shaping the world as an imperfect international accord or an outsider insisting on better terms?
At World Bank, China Moves to the Grown-Up Table
Indonesian Election: Incumbent Jokowi Is the Populist 'Outsider'
Federal Reserve Unemployment Target May Be Key to Strategy
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Should Lose the Hubris
China had a precious run of political unity, relative peace and economic expansion. Why risk that?
Overall, China subsidiaries of U.S. companies sold $223 billion of stuff in 2015, reckons Deutsche Bank AG.
Australia's Compulsory Voting May Not Curb Polarization
Malaysia Election Obscures Growing Schisms
It has to end sometime. Signs of a slowdown are accumulating.
The big story is the rise of services and consumption, replacing manufacturing as the key sector.
Australian Rules Against Chinese Investment Are Shortsighted
Bank of Japan Can Now Nod to End of Quantitative Easing
A period of tranquility in Asian central banking appears to be ending, and that’s not a bad thing.