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1 Dec 2014

China’s New Silk Road

China has pledged to invest USD40 billion to build a New Silk Road, which will help develop new export markets and generate better returns on its foreign reserves.

1 Dec 2014

Japan back to square one

Growth forecasts for Japan have been reduced, and further stimulus measures are expected from the Bank of Japan by the second quarter of 2015.

26 Nov 2014

UK rate rise more likely in 2016

HSBC’s forecast for the UK economy’s growth has been reduced to 2.4 per cent due to increased economic uncertainty.

21 Nov 2014

Australia signs China deal

Australia signed a free-trade agreement with China, which should encourage exports of agricultural products and services to China's middle classes.

21 Nov 2014

Can ‘Macronomics’ save France?

The French government expects to see GDP growth and job creation from the reforms introduced by the new economy minister Emmanuel Macron.

14 Nov 2014

Spain hits the speed limit

After five years of contraction, Spain became the fastest-growing eurozone member and is believed to be on a path of strong sustainable growth.

14 Nov 2014

Spending holds back growth

The US economy’s growth has been slow due to low consumer spending.

10 Nov 2014

China’s closer ties with Taiwan and Korea

China’s ties with Korea and Taiwan will be boosted by further trade agreements and the internationalisation of the renminbi.

10 Nov 2014

The economics of falling oil prices

While oil prices are moving significantly, so are currencies. In local currency terms, the US, UK and India have seen the largest declines

10 Nov 2014

Asia’s changing trade

Structural challenges have slowed Asia’s export growth from an average of 20 per cent in 2004-2007 to 9.6 per cent in 2011-2013.

1 Dec 2014

China’s New Silk Road

China has pledged to invest USD40 billion to build a New Silk Road, which will help develop new export markets and generate better returns on its foreign reserves.

1 Dec 2014

Japan back to square one

Growth forecasts for Japan have been reduced, and further stimulus measures are expected from the Bank of Japan by the second quarter of 2015.

26 Nov 2014

UK rate rise more likely in 2016

HSBC’s forecast for the UK economy’s growth has been reduced to 2.4 per cent due to increased economic uncertainty.

21 Nov 2014

Australia signs China deal

Australia signed a free-trade agreement with China, which should encourage exports of agricultural products and services to China's middle classes.

21 Nov 2014

Can ‘Macronomics’ save France?

The French government expects to see GDP growth and job creation from the reforms introduced by the new economy minister Emmanuel Macron.

14 Nov 2014

Spain hits the speed limit

After five years of contraction, Spain became the fastest-growing eurozone member and is believed to be on a path of strong sustainable growth.

14 Nov 2014

Spending holds back growth

The US economy’s growth has been slow due to low consumer spending.

10 Nov 2014

China’s closer ties with Taiwan and Korea

China’s ties with Korea and Taiwan will be boosted by further trade agreements and the internationalisation of the renminbi.

10 Nov 2014

The economics of falling oil prices

While oil prices are moving significantly, so are currencies. In local currency terms, the US, UK and India have seen the largest declines

10 Nov 2014

Asia’s changing trade

Structural challenges have slowed Asia’s export growth from an average of 20 per cent in 2004-2007 to 9.6 per cent in 2011-2013.