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Even as consumer spending stabilised or accelerated in many parts of the world, investment spending has been a major drag

Stephen King,
Chief Global Economist, HSBC

outlines The global investment puzzle

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China buys abroad

01 Jul 2015

Chinese companies have been stepping up their global investment spree in the past 12 months. Mergers and acquisitions by private companies are becoming the key drivers of China’s outbound direct investment.
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Building a single market

24 Jun 2015

The creation of a new economic community in Southeast Asia is set to generate growth and investment opportunities.
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Japan’s lessons for China

China can learn from Japan’s experience in terms of monetary and fiscal policy.

Charting trade trends

The slowdown in global trade is being exacerbated by protectionism and inadequate regulation in many economies

Douglas Lippoldt, Senior Trade Economist, HSBC and Tadeusz Bara-Slupski, Trade Economist, HSBC

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First interim 2015


Announcement date:
5 May 2015
Ex-dividend date:
21 May 2015
Payment date:
8 July 2015

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