China’s central bank on Friday announced a cut to the amount of cash banks are required to hold in reserve for the first time this year, in a move designed to shore up an economy weakened by the pandemic. Source

Russia has invaded a neighbouring country, seen more than 100,000 of its soldiers die, been shunned by a large chunk of the international community and been exposed to some of the world’s toughest sanctions – and still its economy is doing better than Britain’s. Source

As economic narratives surrounding the reopening of the Chinese economy continue to multiply like rabbits, the growing consensus among analysts appears to be that it will provide a strong boost to the global economy and to Australia in particular. Source