Egypt's popular President Sisi offers the best chance to improve both the country's dismal socio-economic situation and its human rights record.
Three years after opening its $100 million abattoir (employing about 200 people), AACo has launched a review into the underperforming asset.
While Barclays believes the risk of a disruption of Iranian supply is overblown, Goldman Sachs has a more nuanced take.
The tax penalty for buying a new car is a key reason why Australia has an old car fleet, with the average age of cars in Australia around 10 years.
Company tax cuts may benefit shareholders and executives rather than other employees, and Australia has sufficient incentives to attract foreign investment already.
Yet another uncertainty is what Saudi Arabia wants to do with 200 GW of power when its total electricity capacity only amounted to 77 GW in 2016.
Ongoing declines in Venezuela and concerns about heightened tension between the US and Iran have significantly raised the risk premium for oil.
It's incumbent upon die-hard fans of up to 100% renewables to respond publicly to the multiplied generation and storage capacity arithmetic outlined here.
In a country where corruption is rampant and deeply engrained in the way matters are solved, the opposition is calling for the full disclosure of the oil production license concluded with ExxonMobil.
The Banking Royal Commission seems to be revealing a situation that looks like systemic risk, but because its terms of reference don't include systemic risk, this serious issue cannot be confronted.
What we need is a new corporate world in which those who chair companies are independent leaders of social respect and honour.
The American President may be opening a trade bargain rather than beginning a trade war.