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15 Sep 2015

US growth curbed for 2016

A US rate rise is likely to be delayed as the impact of lower energy prices fades and the dollar’s appreciation trims net exports.

15 Sep 2015

Asia’s rival trade pacts

The proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership aims to liberalise trade and investment between 16 Asian and Pacific nations.

14 Sep 2015

Lessons from Scandinavia

The attempts of Scandinavian economies to tackle deflation are providing examples of policy complications that other central banks can heed.

9 Sep 2015

Degrees apart

Parents are keen to send children to study abroad but underestimate the cost, according to the Value of Education research from HSBC.

1 Sep 2015

Renminbi timeline

Renminbi timeline - China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi.

28 Aug 2015

China’s water challenge

The uneven distribution of water resources across China’s provinces could lead it to relocate industries or seek imports of water-intensive goods.

27 Aug 2015

Safer water

The HSBC Water Programme has helped more than a million people worldwide since 2012 through water provision, protection and education.

20 Aug 2015

Green buildings are good business

Making existing buildings more energy-efficient and building new property to green standards would generate substantial reductions in carbon dioxide.

17 Aug 2015

Tiger parents roar

HSBC’s Value of Education Learning for Life report says that parents in Asia have strong opinions on what their children should study.

13 Aug 2015

Funding a greener future

Green bonds could help China achieve its environmental and economic ambitions, says Spencer Lake, Global Head of Capital Financing, HSBC.

15 Sep 2015

US growth curbed for 2016

A US rate rise is likely to be delayed as the impact of lower energy prices fades and the dollar’s appreciation trims net exports.

15 Sep 2015

Asia’s rival trade pacts

The proposed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership aims to liberalise trade and investment between 16 Asian and Pacific nations.

14 Sep 2015

Lessons from Scandinavia

The attempts of Scandinavian economies to tackle deflation are providing examples of policy complications that other central banks can heed.

9 Sep 2015

Degrees apart

Parents are keen to send children to study abroad but underestimate the cost, according to the Value of Education research from HSBC.

1 Sep 2015

Renminbi timeline

Renminbi timeline - China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi.

28 Aug 2015

China’s water challenge

The uneven distribution of water resources across China’s provinces could lead it to relocate industries or seek imports of water-intensive goods.

27 Aug 2015

Safer water

The HSBC Water Programme has helped more than a million people worldwide since 2012 through water provision, protection and education.

20 Aug 2015

Green buildings are good business

Making existing buildings more energy-efficient and building new property to green standards would generate substantial reductions in carbon dioxide.

17 Aug 2015

Tiger parents roar

HSBC’s Value of Education Learning for Life report says that parents in Asia have strong opinions on what their children should study.

13 Aug 2015

Funding a greener future

Green bonds could help China achieve its environmental and economic ambitions, says Spencer Lake, Global Head of Capital Financing, HSBC.