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1 Jul 2016

The global sugar rush

Global sugar consumption continues to rise despite concerns over obesity, driven by population growth and rising per capita use in emerging markets.

29 Jun 2016

Canada’s trade prize

Canada would gain from increased trade co-operation with its NAFTA partners, Mexico and the US, says Sandra Stuart, President and CEO, HSBC Canada.

27 Jun 2016

‘I can just be who I am’

As HSBC shows support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality, colleagues talk about being open and honest about who they are.

23 Jun 2016

Thinking big

Technology has made it possible for businesses to expand into new markets abroad at an earlier stage in their development, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

20 Jun 2016

HSBC shows Pride support

HSBC is showing its support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality as colleagues and customers celebrate LGBT pride.

17 Jun 2016

Return to fiscal stimulus

Global government spending is set to grow faster than GDP this year for the first time since 2010, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.

14 Jun 2016

Entrepreneurial attitudes

Entrepreneurs make an important contribution to economic growth. But attitudes around the world differ, says HSBC’s Bernard Rennell.

10 Jun 2016

The virtual-reality age

After a few false starts, virtual reality has now come of age – and could end up having a greater impact on people’s lives than the internet.

8 Jun 2016

How far will you go?

Six in ten parents would be willing to take on debt to support their child through university, the latest HSBC Value of Education survey finds.

6 Jun 2016

Road to Wimbledon

Four rising stars of Indian tennis will join the UK's largest junior grass court tournament at Wimbledon in August, run in partnership with HSBC.

1 Jul 2016

The global sugar rush

Global sugar consumption continues to rise despite concerns over obesity, driven by population growth and rising per capita use in emerging markets.

29 Jun 2016

Canada’s trade prize

Canada would gain from increased trade co-operation with its NAFTA partners, Mexico and the US, says Sandra Stuart, President and CEO, HSBC Canada.

27 Jun 2016

‘I can just be who I am’

As HSBC shows support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality, colleagues talk about being open and honest about who they are.

23 Jun 2016

Thinking big

Technology has made it possible for businesses to expand into new markets abroad at an earlier stage in their development, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

20 Jun 2016

HSBC shows Pride support

HSBC is showing its support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality as colleagues and customers celebrate LGBT pride.

17 Jun 2016

Return to fiscal stimulus

Global government spending is set to grow faster than GDP this year for the first time since 2010, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.

14 Jun 2016

Entrepreneurial attitudes

Entrepreneurs make an important contribution to economic growth. But attitudes around the world differ, says HSBC’s Bernard Rennell.

10 Jun 2016

The virtual-reality age

After a few false starts, virtual reality has now come of age – and could end up having a greater impact on people’s lives than the internet.

8 Jun 2016

How far will you go?

Six in ten parents would be willing to take on debt to support their child through university, the latest HSBC Value of Education survey finds.

6 Jun 2016

Road to Wimbledon

Four rising stars of Indian tennis will join the UK's largest junior grass court tournament at Wimbledon in August, run in partnership with HSBC.