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It requires a truly global effort that spans public and private sectors, new and old industries, and developed and developing markets

Stuart Gulliver,
HSBC Group Chief Executive,

on financing the low-carbon economy

News and insight

The world’s waiting game

09 Oct 2015

The two recurring fears of global financial markets are future demand from China and uncertainties over the timing, pace and magnitude of tightening by the US Federal Reserve.
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European economic outlook

09 Oct 2015

Over the course of the summer, the eurozone economy shrugged off the uncertainty of a potential ‘Grexit’ and the slowdown in emerging countries.
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Let the China games begin

The country’s middle class is becoming more health aware.

Trade corridors

China’s exports nearly quadrupled between 2004 and 2014, overtaking the US

Douglas Lippoldt,
Senior Trade Economist, HSBC

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40.79 Up 0.22
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62.65 Up 0.35

in Dividends

Second interim 2015


Announcement date:
3 August 2015
Ex-dividend date:
13 August 2015
Payment date:
2 October 2015

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