The Chinese stock market contagion is spreading around the world, as renewed concerns on China's economy add to the fear-selling that left share markets in tatters in August, says UNSW Business School's Vic Edwards.
The ham-fisted attempts by China's leaders to control the stock market bubble they helped create shows they are still wearing their "learner driver's" plates when it comes to financial markets, writes Vic Edwards.
China's currency devaluation could have an impact on the property market by making Australian real estate more expensive for Chinese investors, UNSW's J.W. Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt says.
What is the link betweenTony Abbott’s decision to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the Coalition’s stalled plans for university fee deregulation? The answer may surprise you, writes Laurie Pearcy.