Global Markets Overview - Sep. 7, 2015
Prices of base metals on the London Metals Exchange have plunged yet again.
Professor of UTS' Australia-China Relations Institute James Laurenceson says its important to focus on the fundamentals when looking at the impact of China on Australia’s economy.
The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a historic case that could legalise gay marriages.
China will not fall in a financial crisis, its premier told the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Germany has repatriated some 157 tonnes of its gold from various foreign storage depots.
Ontario may experience an economic revival in the coming years.
Canadian special forces soldiers have directly engaged with a group of ISIS extremists while training Iraqi troops behind the front lines.
EU countries will work with Muslim-majority nations on its planned anti-terror projects.
Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird's convoy in Palestine received eggs and shoes from protesters.