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The world economy is looking increasingly surreal – policymakers are struggling to deliver the economic outcomes they would like to see

Stephen King,
HSBC Group Chief Economist,

discusses the outlook for the global economy

News and insight

Easing into retirement

29 Apr 2015

It’s time to change the way we think about retirement. For decades, people have seen it as the end of their career and the start of a more leisurely way of life. But today the distinction is becoming blurred.
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The issue of leaving a legacy

29 Apr 2015

Many people are relying on an inheritance rather than savings to fund their retirement, according to a new report commissioned by HSBC.
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Support for Nepal victims

HSBC has donated USD500,000 to help relief efforts after an earthquake in Nepal.

The year of the renminbi

China’s policymakers favour gradual reform

Qu Hongbin,
Chief Economist for Greater China, HSBC

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City Value Direction Deviation
London GBp
646.30 Down -1.80
New York USD
49.10 Down -0.13
Paris EUR
8.77 Down -0.13
Hong Kong HKD
75.60 Down -1.35

Investor relations

1Q 2015 Earnings Release

HSBC Holdings plc’s Earnings Release will be published on Tuesday, 5 May 2015 at 9.15 am BST.

A conference call with investors and analysts will be held at 11.30 am BST.

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We are all working tirelessly to build a stronger bank with a consistent global operating model, rigorous controls and the highest global standards

Douglas Flint,
HSBC Group Chairman

Annual General Meeting


The HSBC Annual General Meeting was held on Friday, 24 April at 11 am BST.

in Dividends

Fourth interim 2014


Announcement date:
23 February 2015
Ex-dividend date:
5 March 2015
Payment date:
30 April 2015

About HSBC

6,100 offices

73 countries and territories

51m customers

Headquartered in London, HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations.

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Focusing on ability

in Company history

HSBC was established in 1865 to finance trade between Europe and Asia. For 150 years we have connected customers to opportunities. We enable businesses to thrive and economies to prosper, helping people to realise their ambitions.

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