Topic: International markets


Global economic slowdown to further affect Australian economy

Australians can expect a further slowdown of the economy as the US and European bond markets continue to fall, writes AICD chief economist Mark Thirlwell.

The Dismal Science - Episode 23 - Culture eats strategy for Brexit.

Special guest Jamie Smyth, the Australian correspondent for the Financial Times, joins the podcast to make sense of the Brexit chaos.

East Asia's trade imports on rocky ground

A global decline in foreign direct investments and world trade could mean there are challenging times ahead for Australia's largest export market.

Launching the Middle East Advisory Committee

We have launched a Middle East Advisory Committee, comprised of 11 members based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Middle East region.

Introducing the AICD's new chief Economist

AICD's new chief economist Mark Thirlwell outlines the key trends shaping the global economy, technology and international relations.

International Scholarship Recipients share their stories

This year, the AICD launched the International Scholarships Program, offering scholarships for our International Company Directors Courses (ICDC) held in Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubai, and our Fiji D...

Are you misreading the signs from US Federal Reserve?

The global economy could suffer if the US Federal Reserve's signs continue to be misread. How will it affect your organisation?

Case to deepen the director gene pool

Australian companies must cast their nets wider if they are to thrive internationally.

Currency Affairs

From IPO to ICO, the rapid rise of digital cryptocurrencies has led to a new approach to fundraising, which poses challenges for regulators, report Andrew Lumsden and Robert Franklyn.

How to Utilise Australia's Offshore Human Capital

Harnessing the growing community of global Australians should be an integral part of the nation’s innovation agenda, say AICD members Glen Boreham AM FAICD and Yasmin Allen FAICD.
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