ARTICLES RELATING TO GLOBAL ECONOMY

SA export growth beats regional average - WTO

2016-07-21 16:34

Africa’s exports experienced a 30% drop in dollar terms in 2015, but South Africa experienced a less marked decline than the regional average, according to a UN report.

Gordhan: Only 1% at top benefit from globalisation

2016-07-15 07:00

Tax evasion is a contributor to inequality. This means that the poor and lower-middle class still have not experienced the benefits of globalisation.

Value investor Dan Brocklebank: Don’t panic. Here’s why UK much better off outside EU.

2016-06-24 20:25

An analyst says he is delighted with Brexit benefits, from the UK regaining control of its legal system to its ability to extricate itself from Europe’s messy economic structure.

Brexit: Biggest winners and losers

2016-06-24 08:08

Victory for the Leave campaign in the Brexit referendum will roil business, markets and politics. We present a sampling of some of likely winners and losers.

China bank lending rebounds strongly in May

2016-06-16 10:49

China's bank lending rebounded strongly in May, following a sharp fall in April as borrowers continued to take advantage of loosened lending standards.

Why the pendulum is swinging back for emerging markets

2016-04-29 06:00

The latter half of 2016’s first quarter saw a fierce rally in world equity markets, led higher by commodities. Does this mean that we have escaped the dreadful clutches of a bear market?

In the markets: What to watch this week

2016-04-11 07:00

Major central bankers exchanged gunfire last week as they try to devalue their currencies in an effort to fortify their exports’ competitiveness relative to other nations. We look at this, what happened in the South African market, as well as data to expect this week.

New Doha trade agenda faces tough global environment

2016-03-17 14:17

World trade has not recovered from the 2008 global slump and countries are hesitant to open their markets, says the director general of the World Trade Organisation.

Mining sector won't recover anytime soon - Moody's

2016-01-27 19:01

The mining sector is unlikely to recover from the current slump for years to come and a wholesale recalibration of ratings is required, says Moody's Investors Service.

Revolutionary changes on cards in the global jobs market

2016-01-20 12:19

What job skills will be in demand in 2020? A report takes a peek at what changes the working world can expect in the so-called fourth industrial revolution.

 

The global economy may be slow, but it's steady

2016-07-21 10:45

It’s not difficult to come to the conclusion that, economically speaking, we are living in very turbulent times.

Brexit is good. No economy getting greater freedom has done worse.

2016-06-24 20:29

In this pre-vote think piece, an asset allocator shows that although markets are struggling to absorb the result, Brexit has clear long-term benefits.

Brexit noodles are a dog's breakfast

2016-06-24 08:49

The UK's exit from the EU will break up a meaty free trade zone into a complex noodle bowl of overlapping tariffs, crimping competitiveness, say analysts.

How Brexit will impact South Africa

2016-06-20 14:06

If Britain votes to leave the European Union, it can flesh open a fresh wave of rand volatility detrimental to SA's already ailing economy, says Daniel Silke.

Abe warns G7 leaders on risk of Lehman-scale crisis

2016-05-26 11:29

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has alerted G7 leaders to the risk of the world economy falling into a Lehman-like shock if policy measures aren’t taken.

Stagnant global economy calls for radical remedies

2016-04-18 08:59

The deeper the slump, economists used to say, the stronger the recovery. They don’t say that anymore.

WATCH: Lagarde sees political dangers with tepid economy

2016-04-06 15:01

The global economy is beset by an array of political risks at a time when growth is at best mediocre, says IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde.

Fed official calls for breaking up big banks

2016-02-17 09:29

A Federal Reserve regional president has called for the dismantlement of big banks whose failure could pose serious risk to the global financial system.

CEOs in SA downbeat on global economic growth

2016-01-24 17:36

Chief executive officers of South African companies are less optimistic about global economic growth, according to PwC’s 19th global annual CEO survey.

Revolutionary changes on cards in the global jobs market

2016-01-20 09:03

What job skills will be in demand in 2020? A report takes a peek at what changes the working world can expect in the so-called fourth industrial revolution.

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