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15 Jun 2015

Britain’s bulging budget deficit

Britain’s deficit has been wider, partly reflecting its weaker-than-expected economic performance.

12 Jun 2015

Slowing growth delays US rate rises

On the back of slowing US economy growth, it is believed that the Federal Reserve will delay interest rate hikes.

12 Jun 2015

From classroom to boardroom

Professional women from HSBC have been mentoring schoolgirls in east London, giving them confidence and discussing the opportunities open to them.

11 Jun 2015

Saudi Arabia opens up

Saudi Arabia’s economy is not limited to oil – and the opening of the Kingdom’s stock market is set to help it diversify into new sectors.

5 Jun 2015

Green bonds come of age

Green bonds moved further into the mainstream in 2014, and investors and issuers are focusing on identifying and developing standards.

5 Jun 2015

ECB action revives lending

Annual bank lending to the private sector in the eurozone has grown for the first time in three years, as the ECB’s QE programme boosts confidence.

5 Jun 2015

Renminbi timeline

Renminbi timeline - China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi.

3 Jun 2015

China’s infrastructure ambitions

Under its One Belt, One Road plan, China is investing in infrastructure to boost trade, domestic demand and growth in its western provinces.

28 May 2015

Export growth to accelerate

According to the latest HSBC Trade Forecast, growth in exports will rise to 8 per cent per year by 2017, up from an average of 1.5 per cent between 2012 and 2014.

28 May 2015

Changing landscape for trade

Global export growth for goods is expected to accelerate, with potential changes in the wider landscape likely to bring new opportunities.

15 Jun 2015

Britain’s bulging budget deficit

Britain’s deficit has been wider, partly reflecting its weaker-than-expected economic performance.

12 Jun 2015

Slowing growth delays US rate rises

On the back of slowing US economy growth, it is believed that the Federal Reserve will delay interest rate hikes.

12 Jun 2015

From classroom to boardroom

Professional women from HSBC have been mentoring schoolgirls in east London, giving them confidence and discussing the opportunities open to them.

11 Jun 2015

Saudi Arabia opens up

Saudi Arabia’s economy is not limited to oil – and the opening of the Kingdom’s stock market is set to help it diversify into new sectors.

5 Jun 2015

Green bonds come of age

Green bonds moved further into the mainstream in 2014, and investors and issuers are focusing on identifying and developing standards.

5 Jun 2015

ECB action revives lending

Annual bank lending to the private sector in the eurozone has grown for the first time in three years, as the ECB’s QE programme boosts confidence.

5 Jun 2015

Renminbi timeline

Renminbi timeline - China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi.

3 Jun 2015

China’s infrastructure ambitions

Under its One Belt, One Road plan, China is investing in infrastructure to boost trade, domestic demand and growth in its western provinces.

28 May 2015

Export growth to accelerate

According to the latest HSBC Trade Forecast, growth in exports will rise to 8 per cent per year by 2017, up from an average of 1.5 per cent between 2012 and 2014.

28 May 2015

Changing landscape for trade

Global export growth for goods is expected to accelerate, with potential changes in the wider landscape likely to bring new opportunities.