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12 Jan 2017

Global expectations pick up

There is optimism in financial markets as 2017 begins but political and policy risks remain, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.

6 Jan 2017

China: five key themes for 2017

China’s economic growth stabilised during 2016. HSBC’s Qu Hongbin discusses the trends likely to shape the country’s economy in 2017.

28 Dec 2016

Investing in digital innovation

HSBC is working with the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute to develop technology at a new digital innovation lab.

23 Dec 2016

Gobi Desert challenge

HSBC employees raised USD300,000 for WaterAid by taking part in a 100-kilometre charity trek across the Gobi Desert in Mongolia.

22 Dec 2016

The UAE’s economic transformation

The UAE is making progress towards its long-term goal of encouraging the country’s non-oil economy to grow, says HSBC’s Abdulfattah Sharaf.

15 Dec 2016

The changing face of exports

New research conducted by Oxford Economics for HSBC predicts that services will account for a quarter of global trade by 2030.

15 Dec 2016

Services industries boost trade

Trade in services is likely to remain a bright spot for exporters at a time of economic uncertainty, according to a new HSBC report.

14 Dec 2016

China’s consumers may teach the world how to shop

Chinese consumers are years ahead of other developed economies in terms of how they shop and pay for goods - revolutionising consumer finance.

9 Dec 2016

Leaving nothing to waste

An HSBC volunteer explains how colleagues in India are using waste paper to make a real difference to the lives of under-privileged children.

5 Dec 2016

China widens the Silk Road

China’s overseas direct investment continues to rise, driven by investment in infrastructure and manufacturing, explains HSBC’s Qu Hongbin.

12 Jan 2017

Global expectations pick up

There is optimism in financial markets as 2017 begins but political and policy risks remain, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.

6 Jan 2017

China: five key themes for 2017

China’s economic growth stabilised during 2016. HSBC’s Qu Hongbin discusses the trends likely to shape the country’s economy in 2017.

28 Dec 2016

Investing in digital innovation

HSBC is working with the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute to develop technology at a new digital innovation lab.

23 Dec 2016

Gobi Desert challenge

HSBC employees raised USD300,000 for WaterAid by taking part in a 100-kilometre charity trek across the Gobi Desert in Mongolia.

22 Dec 2016

The UAE’s economic transformation

The UAE is making progress towards its long-term goal of encouraging the country’s non-oil economy to grow, says HSBC’s Abdulfattah Sharaf.

15 Dec 2016

The changing face of exports

New research conducted by Oxford Economics for HSBC predicts that services will account for a quarter of global trade by 2030.

15 Dec 2016

Services industries boost trade

Trade in services is likely to remain a bright spot for exporters at a time of economic uncertainty, according to a new HSBC report.

14 Dec 2016

China’s consumers may teach the world how to shop

Chinese consumers are years ahead of other developed economies in terms of how they shop and pay for goods - revolutionising consumer finance.

9 Dec 2016

Leaving nothing to waste

An HSBC volunteer explains how colleagues in India are using waste paper to make a real difference to the lives of under-privileged children.

5 Dec 2016

China widens the Silk Road

China’s overseas direct investment continues to rise, driven by investment in infrastructure and manufacturing, explains HSBC’s Qu Hongbin.

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