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29 Jul 2015

Services boost Australia

Part of the shift to services-driven growth reflects the changing preferences of domestic consumers.

28 Jul 2015

An even freer renminbi

China’s policymakers are likely to bring about full convertibility of the renminbi sooner than many expect as part of broader economic reforms.

27 Jul 2015

Social and sustainability bonds

HSBC aims to help shape debate about the future of sustainable investment by suggesting a new definition for social bonds and sustainability bonds.

21 Jul 2015

UK austerity: the second half

Much austerity lies ahead and to ease the size of cuts to public services, the Budget made deep cuts to welfare, while raising taxes.

20 Jul 2015

Asia’s export stumble

Exports across Asia have contracted outright in most markets at a pace not seen since the height of the eurozone crisis in 2011.

16 Jul 2015

Community fund launched

HSBC is donating an additional USD150 million to charities and community projects as it marks its 150th anniversary.

15 Jul 2015

Higher ambitions

Parents worldwide recognise that their children will need a good education to achieve their aspirations, according to research commissioned by HSBC.

15 Jul 2015

Great expectations

Parents are prepared to make big sacrifices to help their children meet the increasing cost of higher education – but they need to plan ahead.

15 Jul 2015

Celebrating communities

HSBC employees are organising charity works as part of their observation of Ramadan.

13 Jul 2015

Australia opens up to RMB

Increasing trade and investment flows with China mean Australia is well placed to develop itself into an offshore renminbi centre.

29 Jul 2015

Services boost Australia

Part of the shift to services-driven growth reflects the changing preferences of domestic consumers.

28 Jul 2015

An even freer renminbi

China’s policymakers are likely to bring about full convertibility of the renminbi sooner than many expect as part of broader economic reforms.

27 Jul 2015

Social and sustainability bonds

HSBC aims to help shape debate about the future of sustainable investment by suggesting a new definition for social bonds and sustainability bonds.

21 Jul 2015

UK austerity: the second half

Much austerity lies ahead and to ease the size of cuts to public services, the Budget made deep cuts to welfare, while raising taxes.

20 Jul 2015

Asia’s export stumble

Exports across Asia have contracted outright in most markets at a pace not seen since the height of the eurozone crisis in 2011.

16 Jul 2015

Community fund launched

HSBC is donating an additional USD150 million to charities and community projects as it marks its 150th anniversary.

15 Jul 2015

Higher ambitions

Parents worldwide recognise that their children will need a good education to achieve their aspirations, according to research commissioned by HSBC.

15 Jul 2015

Great expectations

Parents are prepared to make big sacrifices to help their children meet the increasing cost of higher education – but they need to plan ahead.

15 Jul 2015

Celebrating communities

HSBC employees are organising charity works as part of their observation of Ramadan.

13 Jul 2015

Australia opens up to RMB

Increasing trade and investment flows with China mean Australia is well placed to develop itself into an offshore renminbi centre.