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Glenda Kwek is a business reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald. Email or tweet her with your news tips.
Glenda Kwek Collapse could be triggered by falling commodity prices, declining mining investment and reduced government spending, Deutsche Bank says in bearish forecast.
Clancy Yeates and Glenda Kwek Finance ministers say they will act to unlock trillions of dollars in infrastructure investment.
Glenda Kwek Emerging economies blame developed countries for sparking economic and market volatility.
Gareth Hutchens, Glenda Kwek The G20 has agreed to develop "ambitious but realistic policies" to lift global growth by more than 2 per cent over the next five years, while pledging to better co-ordinate central bank decisions...
Glenda Kwek When they speak, the world listens. Christine Lagarde and Janet Yellen are not just leaders of their own organisations, but in Sydney this weekend, they will be at the centre of negotiations about...
Glenda Kwek, Gareth Hutchens Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has refused to name a target for Australian economic growth despite calling on other Group of 20 nations to agree to an ambitious growth agenda.
Glenda Kwek Australia's federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has flagged a "no surprises" approach to monetary policy, raising the prospect of coordination between central banks so they have "reasonable warning" ahead...
Glenda Kwek Drive to boost domestic demand in the world's largest economies would support global growth.
Glenda Kwek Turkey has called on developed countries to coordinate their wind-down of stimulus to reduce the impact on emerging markets.
Glenda Kwek International governments urged to unlock $US57 trillion of funding over the next two decades.
Glenda Kwek Australian business leaders have called on international governments to boost their infrastructure spending and unlock $US57 trillion of funding over the next two decades.
Glenda Kwek and Georgia Wilkins The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has called for tougher penalties to combat corporate misconduct as it defended its record at a Senate inquiry into its performance.
Glenda Kwek Georgia Wilkins The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has called for tougher penalties to combat corporate misconduct as it defended its record at a Senate inquiry into its performance.
Georgia Wilkins and Glenda Kwek The Australian Securities and Investments Commission has defended its record as the country's main corporate watchdog, saying Australia doesn't have big enough penalties to deter corporate misconduct.
Glenda Kwek RBA reaffirms its shift to neutral policy stance even as it describes surprise jump in fourth-quarter inflation last year as 'something of a puzzle'.
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank of Australia has released the minutes to its latest board meeting. Here are four things from the February minutes that you need to know.
Glenda Kwek The expectations of rising interest rates in developed countries has sparked concerns emerging markets could slow Australia's non-mining economic recovery.
Glenda Kwek International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has called on Australia to help the G20 work together to complete financial sector and tax reforms, as a resurgence of unilateral approaches to...
Glenda Kwek The International Monetary Fund's chief, Christine Lagarde, has called on Australia to help the G20 work together to complete financial sector and tax reforms.
Glenda Kwek 'If all the economists were laid end to end, they would never reach a conclusion'.