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27 Mar 2015

Economic surrealism

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King looks at the potential consequences of deflation, weak world trade growth and negative nominal interest rates.

26 Mar 2015

The redback keeps rising

The Chinese renminbi is set to become one of the most traded currencies in coming years.

25 Mar 2015

Renminbi views

Two HSBC colleagues, Candy Ho and John Zhu, share their views on the next steps for the Chinese renminbi.

25 Mar 2015

Renminbi timeline

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

25 Mar 2015

Bring your game

Analysts in the HSBC Global Research team have produced a light-hearted set of predictions about the upcoming HSBC-sponsored Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in a report called #BRING YOURGAME.

24 Mar 2015

Renminbi on the rise

According to a survey HSBC Commercial Banking commissioned Nielsen to carry out, more than a fifth of companies are discussing the potential benefits of using the renminbi.

24 Mar 2015

Free-trade zones speed up reform

Free-trade zones will also stimulate cross-border trade and investment flows, whilst boosting domestic services and innovation

24 Mar 2015

Asian investors go green

We expect total green bond issuance in 2015 to reach USD100 billion, with significant growth coming from China.

23 Mar 2015

Time to understand China

With China expected to achieve capital account convertibility, Time to understand China.

23 Mar 2015

Year of the Sheep

The use of the Chinese renminbi in international trade and investment is likely to grow further in the Year of the Sheep.

27 Mar 2015

Economic surrealism

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King looks at the potential consequences of deflation, weak world trade growth and negative nominal interest rates.

26 Mar 2015

The redback keeps rising

The Chinese renminbi is set to become one of the most traded currencies in coming years.

25 Mar 2015

Renminbi views

Two HSBC colleagues, Candy Ho and John Zhu, share their views on the next steps for the Chinese renminbi.

25 Mar 2015

Renminbi timeline

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

25 Mar 2015

Bring your game

Analysts in the HSBC Global Research team have produced a light-hearted set of predictions about the upcoming HSBC-sponsored Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament in a report called #BRING YOURGAME.

24 Mar 2015

Renminbi on the rise

According to a survey HSBC Commercial Banking commissioned Nielsen to carry out, more than a fifth of companies are discussing the potential benefits of using the renminbi.

24 Mar 2015

Free-trade zones speed up reform

Free-trade zones will also stimulate cross-border trade and investment flows, whilst boosting domestic services and innovation

24 Mar 2015

Asian investors go green

We expect total green bond issuance in 2015 to reach USD100 billion, with significant growth coming from China.

23 Mar 2015

Time to understand China

With China expected to achieve capital account convertibility, Time to understand China.

23 Mar 2015

Year of the Sheep

The use of the Chinese renminbi in international trade and investment is likely to grow further in the Year of the Sheep.

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QE has had its day

10 February 2015

Quantitative easing prevented a financial crisis becoming a Great Depression. The European Central Bank has…