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28 Oct 2016

Don’t fear China’s overseas acquisitions

China’s long-term economic transition is driving Chinese companies to make record levels of overseas acquisitions, explains Gordon French.

26 Oct 2016

Understanding the tech consumer

New technology is changing consumer habits and forcing companies to rethink the way they sell and distribute goods, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

24 Oct 2016

Asia: As good as it gets

Growth in Asia has been surprisingly stable this year, but structural reforms are needed to maintain momentum, explains HSBC’s Frederic Neumann.

19 Oct 2016

Using big data to benefit the economy

HSBC has signed a five-year partnership with The Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s newly created national centre for data science.

11 Oct 2016

China paves road to growth

China’s plans to build new infrastructure and financial links abroad could create opportunities for international companies.

10 Oct 2016

Green finance in action

HSBC has published an update on the projects supported by the proceeds of the EUR500 million green bond it launched in November 2015.

7 Oct 2016

Speaking up about mental health

HSBC is marking World Mental Health Day by encouraging its employees to raise awareness of mental health issues.

6 Oct 2016

Central bank firepower wanes

With central banks in danger of running out of firepower, targeted fiscal measures are needed to lift growth and inflation, explains Janet Henry.

4 Oct 2016

Poland on the New Silk Road

Poland and China are strengthening trade, investment and economic cooperation, says Chris Davies, CEO, International Europe, HSBC.

30 Sep 2016

RMB joins the club

The Chinese RMB joins the IMF Special Drawing Right basket on 1 October 2016, marking another step in its journey towards becoming a global currency.

28 Oct 2016

Don’t fear China’s overseas acquisitions

China’s long-term economic transition is driving Chinese companies to make record levels of overseas acquisitions, explains Gordon French.

26 Oct 2016

Understanding the tech consumer

New technology is changing consumer habits and forcing companies to rethink the way they sell and distribute goods, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

24 Oct 2016

Asia: As good as it gets

Growth in Asia has been surprisingly stable this year, but structural reforms are needed to maintain momentum, explains HSBC’s Frederic Neumann.

19 Oct 2016

Using big data to benefit the economy

HSBC has signed a five-year partnership with The Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s newly created national centre for data science.

11 Oct 2016

China paves road to growth

China’s plans to build new infrastructure and financial links abroad could create opportunities for international companies.

10 Oct 2016

Green finance in action

HSBC has published an update on the projects supported by the proceeds of the EUR500 million green bond it launched in November 2015.

7 Oct 2016

Speaking up about mental health

HSBC is marking World Mental Health Day by encouraging its employees to raise awareness of mental health issues.

6 Oct 2016

Central bank firepower wanes

With central banks in danger of running out of firepower, targeted fiscal measures are needed to lift growth and inflation, explains Janet Henry.

4 Oct 2016

Poland on the New Silk Road

Poland and China are strengthening trade, investment and economic cooperation, says Chris Davies, CEO, International Europe, HSBC.

30 Sep 2016

RMB joins the club

The Chinese RMB joins the IMF Special Drawing Right basket on 1 October 2016, marking another step in its journey towards becoming a global currency.

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