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The Week Ahead: The China-US Face-Off

The focus next week should really be the G20 meeting in Osaka, when the heads of the 20 most important economic regions gather for... More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Hammerhead

Who is next in line for tariffs to be imposed? More »

The Week Ahead: Federal Reserve Interest Rates And China House Prices

Interest-rate decisions at the US Fed, the Bank of Japan and the Bank of England, China house-price index and Thailand's balance of trade are... More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Pear-shaped

What happens when you lose your Midas touch? More »

The Week Ahead: G20 and China Trade Data

US inflation, US retail sales growth, China trade surplus are some of next week's highlights. More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Dizzying

Stock markets and the economy are not always aligned which is why a growing economy is a stock-picker's market. More »

Fool’s Eye View: Insurance For Your Portfolio

Good insurers should have a high return on equity and able to grow their book values and dividends. More »

The Week Ahead: China Tariffs Kick In

China's tit-for-tat tariffs, US non-farm payroll, China PMI and the European Central Bank's intest-rate decision are some of next week's highlights. More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Bikini

What an article reveals is suggestive. What it conceals is vital. More »

The Week Ahead: India Growth Set To Slow

The European election results, US GDP, China PMI, India's economic growth rate and Singapore bank lending are some of next week's highlights. More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Brave

And now we know is paying the US tariffs. More »

The Week Ahead: India Election Result and Japan GDP

India's general election results, Japan and Thailand's first-quarter GDP and the release of the US Fed's minutes for May are some of next week's... More »

Quick Thought Of The Week: Wrong

Who would want to be an economist in these difficult times? More »

The Week Ahead: Singtel, SATS And Singapore Airlines

So, now we know. US importers that bring Chinese-made goods into America must pay a tariff of 25% on some US$200 billion worth of... More »