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The current period of US growth, at more than six years, is the
third-longest since 1950

Kevin Logan,
Chief US Economist, HSBC,

discusses the economic outlook

News and insight

Trade winds

24 Nov 2015

The world is entering a third phase of globalisation that will boost trade and change the way companies work, according to a new report from HSBC.
Read moreabout Trade winds

Malaysia’s 2020 vision

18 Nov 2015

Continued reforms and investment are crucial if Malaysia is to meet its goal of becoming a high-income country by 2020, says Mukhtar M Hussain, Deputy Chairman and CEO, HSBC Malaysia.
Read moreabout Malaysia's 2020 vision

Asian women lead the way

HSBC research highlights different attitudes to entrepreneurship.

Climate change action

All segments of the economy are affected by the climate agreement

Zoe Knight,
Head, Climate Change Centre, HSBC

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Third interim 2015


Announcement date:
5 October 2015
Ex-dividend date:
22 October 2015
Payment date:
3 December 2015

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