The European manfacturers of luxury and sports cars were out in force with shiny new models.
A Chinese manufacturing gauge fell to an eight-month low in February, adding to headwinds for growth.
Glenda Kwek Australian businesses' spending plans have recorded their biggest fall since the GFC.
Glenda Kwek The Reserve Bank of Australia is facing a new headache as a big drop in company spending adds to the evidence that the rest of the Australian economy is struggling to take up the slack from the...
Glenda Kwek Housing construction fell towards the end of the last year amid signs that the economy is taking longer than expected to rebalance as the mining investment boom fades.
Peter Ker BHP Billiton boss Andrew Mackenzie says he is optimistic about Australia's economic prospects.
Clancy Yeates and Glenda Kwek Finance ministers say they will act to unlock trillions of dollars in infrastructure investment.
Peter Martin The governor of the Bank of England has told the world's biggest banks to stop whingeing about proposed new capital requirements, saying they've had it too easy for too long.
Glenda Kwek Emerging economies blame developed countries for sparking economic and market volatility.
Ross Gittins If you were a conspiracy theorist it would be easy to see Tony Abbott's actions against unions as revealing his true dastardly intentions.
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 Turkey has called on developed countries to coordinate their wind-down of stimulus to reduce the impact on emerging markets.
Nassim Khadem Pascal Saint-Amans says he had never seen such political appetite for change.
Glenda Kwek International governments urged to unlock $US57 trillion of funding over the next two decades.
Advanced economies, including the United States, must avoid pulling back stimulus too quickly given the weak global economic recovery and recent market volatility highlights key risks in some...
Eli Greenblat Wesfarmers chief Richard Goyder says he has faced ''incredibly pessimistic'' sentiment in Australia since returning last month from the World Economic Forum in Davos, with the recent spate of factory...
Garry Shilson-Josling The reason for the slowdown in wages is obvious.
Brian Robins Victoria hit with another heavy round of job losses, with Alcoa pulling plug on ageing Point Henry aluminium smelter.
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.