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Bitcoin economics: A primer on a volatile currency

More elite universities offer free online courses

Recession doesn't change students' econ savvy

Serbia's centre-right faces reform challenge after landslide

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US signs $1 bn loan guarantee for Ukraine

News Summary: OECD urges Italy to keep lean

Italy PM calls for change of course in Europe

Ukraine leader tilts toward Russian economic union

China drives home message that golf courses are not the fairway to heaven

MyState looks to major building projects to underpin economic recovery

Investors balk as Bangkok shutdown looms

Growth to improve but mining peak looms

German government sees growth picking up this year

Treasurer Wayne Swan welcomes rate cut

SD Board of Regents endorse tech jobs, academy

The bright side of China's grey skies

Celadon Group to create 500 jobs by 2022

Portugal boss expects Brazil support

Natural disasters will hit budget: Swan

Weak job report creates Yellen dilemma

Bill Gates plans to teach Australian man's history course in schools...

US cancels delegation to Paralympics in Russia

Economic report confirms tough times in South Australia

Was Paul Keating a great treasurer?

Merkel warns Russia of 'massive' long-term damage over Ukraine

Vietnam economy grew 5.42% in 2013

Italy's Berlusconi: ignore the 'crazy' markets

Study finds improvement in German consumer mood

US commitment to Asia strong despite Washington crisis: Kerry

High gas costs hurting Tasmanian foam box manufacturer

Greek economic recovery 'fragile': IMF

US shutdown a momentary episode-Kerry

Canada warns Russia, says G8 membership at risk

Economic growth remains below-trend

Gillard sets out budget roadmap

Myanmar's president asks Philippines for more aid

Macquarie expects its full-year profit to increase

Study signals stronger growth

Man killed as rival protesters fight in eastern Ukraine

EU predicts recession to continue through 2013

ACT economic outlook dire under Coalition: Barr

Reserve Bank of Australia signals interest rates to remain low, little...

Territory Government defends bush progress

Unemployment move 'not economically sound'

Economic growth to slow next year

Weidenbaum, adviser to five presidents, dead at 87