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Asia loses steam

17 Oct 2014

Growth in Asia’s emerging markets improved over the summer of 2014 but things are not quite as shiny upon closer inspection. Exports in much of the region have not yet benefited from a stronger US.
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The monetary tug of war

09 Oct 2014

The next year is likely to see an extraordinary tug of war between the major central banks in the developed world. The US Federal Reserve and Bank of England intend to raise interest rates.
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Eurozone QE beckons

Fear of deflation looms over the eurozone with hopes now pinned on a much weaker euro.

Bailing out the baby-boomers

Bailing out the baby boomers

Increasingly we expect savers to look to their emerging neighbours

Karen Ward,
Senior Global Economist, HSBC

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Third interim 2014


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