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5 Jun 2014

A return of El Niño?

The chances of El Niño developing in 2014 have increased to 65 per cent. This can change weather and have an economic impact in many countries.

5 Jun 2014

Poland’s 25 years of reform

The reforms brought about by Poland’s first democratic elections 25 years ago paved the way for the transformation of the country’s economic performance.

4 Jun 2014

What a globalising China means for Africa and the Middle East

Murat Ulgen, Simon Williams and John Lomax from HSBC Global Research discuss China's interest in the Middle East and Africa.

3 Jun 2014

Hong Kong building tour

Take a tour at HSBC’s building in Hong Kong, which opened in 1985.

3 Jun 2014

London building tour

Take a tour at HSBC's global headquarters in Canary Wharf, London, which was completed in 2002.

30 May 2014

Asia’s leverage still rising

Overall Asian debt touched another high last year, at 208 per cent of GDP compared with 192 per cent in 2012.

30 May 2014

Spending power

A wave of new consumers is expected to emerge from Southeast Asia, with changing demographics and income growth likely to drive the region’s economic growth.

30 May 2014

China embraces Africa and Middle East

The transformation of African and Middle East economies is most dramatic where ties with China are closest.

28 May 2014

India votes for change

The outcome of India’s May election is expected to help move things forward to achieve sustained economic growth.

28 May 2014

UK balancing act

The UK economy is strengthening, with growth forecast revised to 3.1 per cent, but productivity remains the biggest puzzle.

5 Jun 2014

A return of El Niño?

The chances of El Niño developing in 2014 have increased to 65 per cent. This can change weather and have an economic impact in many countries.

5 Jun 2014

Poland’s 25 years of reform

The reforms brought about by Poland’s first democratic elections 25 years ago paved the way for the transformation of the country’s economic performance.

4 Jun 2014

What a globalising China means for Africa and the Middle East

Murat Ulgen, Simon Williams and John Lomax from HSBC Global Research discuss China's interest in the Middle East and Africa.

3 Jun 2014

Hong Kong building tour

Take a tour at HSBC’s building in Hong Kong, which opened in 1985.

3 Jun 2014

London building tour

Take a tour at HSBC's global headquarters in Canary Wharf, London, which was completed in 2002.

30 May 2014

Asia’s leverage still rising

Overall Asian debt touched another high last year, at 208 per cent of GDP compared with 192 per cent in 2012.

30 May 2014

Spending power

A wave of new consumers is expected to emerge from Southeast Asia, with changing demographics and income growth likely to drive the region’s economic growth.

30 May 2014

China embraces Africa and Middle East

The transformation of African and Middle East economies is most dramatic where ties with China are closest.

28 May 2014

India votes for change

The outcome of India’s May election is expected to help move things forward to achieve sustained economic growth.

28 May 2014

UK balancing act

The UK economy is strengthening, with growth forecast revised to 3.1 per cent, but productivity remains the biggest puzzle.