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11 Mar 2014

Another step down for Latin America

Brazil and Mexico are expected to see lower GDP growth in 2014, averaging only the same 2.4 per cent achieved in 2013.

11 Mar 2014

A mature budget for Hong Kong

The highlight of the Hong Kong 2014 budget was a report on long-term fiscal planning.

11 Mar 2014

Balancing act

Rebecca Rush, HSBC staff in Qatar reveals how she stays on top of things in her role at the bank while still making time for her husband and children.

11 Mar 2014

Indonesia: driving growth

Indonesia’s middle class is driving growth in consumer spending.

7 Mar 2014

Greece: graduating from Troika

The Greek economy is expected to gradually recover, indicating that the country can exit the Troika programme and return to the international markets.

6 Mar 2014

Is Turkey’s current-account deficit good or bad?

HSBC Economist Melis Metiner looks at the role demographics played in Turkey’s earlier strong productivity gain.

6 Mar 2014

EMI continues slowdown

The HSBC Emerging Markets Index dropped to 51.1 in February, from 51.4 in January, the lowest reading since September 2013.

4 Mar 2014

Seeking sukuk success

The market for Islamic bonds is growing, with the world’s Islamic economies currently representing more than USD8 trillion in GDP.

3 Mar 2014

PMI drop after fall in orders

The HSBC China Manufacturing PMI™ fell from 49.5 in January to 48.5 in February due to the drop in output and new orders.

27 Feb 2014

Emerging markets: contagion and immunity

Stephen King, HSBC Group Chief Economist, discusses how developed countries may be affected by emerging-market upheavals.

11 Mar 2014

Another step down for Latin America

Brazil and Mexico are expected to see lower GDP growth in 2014, averaging only the same 2.4 per cent achieved in 2013.

11 Mar 2014

A mature budget for Hong Kong

The highlight of the Hong Kong 2014 budget was a report on long-term fiscal planning.

11 Mar 2014

Balancing act

Rebecca Rush, HSBC staff in Qatar reveals how she stays on top of things in her role at the bank while still making time for her husband and children.

11 Mar 2014

Indonesia: driving growth

Indonesia’s middle class is driving growth in consumer spending.

7 Mar 2014

Greece: graduating from Troika

The Greek economy is expected to gradually recover, indicating that the country can exit the Troika programme and return to the international markets.

6 Mar 2014

Is Turkey’s current-account deficit good or bad?

HSBC Economist Melis Metiner looks at the role demographics played in Turkey’s earlier strong productivity gain.

6 Mar 2014

EMI continues slowdown

The HSBC Emerging Markets Index dropped to 51.1 in February, from 51.4 in January, the lowest reading since September 2013.

4 Mar 2014

Seeking sukuk success

The market for Islamic bonds is growing, with the world’s Islamic economies currently representing more than USD8 trillion in GDP.

3 Mar 2014

PMI drop after fall in orders

The HSBC China Manufacturing PMI™ fell from 49.5 in January to 48.5 in February due to the drop in output and new orders.

27 Feb 2014

Emerging markets: contagion and immunity

Stephen King, HSBC Group Chief Economist, discusses how developed countries may be affected by emerging-market upheavals.