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22 Sep 2016

Tomorrow’s consumers

Exporters need to understand consumers’ fast-changing needs if they are to benefit from the growth of the global middle class, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

21 Sep 2016

A city to suit every expat

HSBC’s latest Expat Explorer survey highlights the attractions and characteristics of different cities around the world.

19 Sep 2016

HSBC sponsors British Cycling

HSBC has signed an eight-year deal to become lead sponsor for British Cycling, the sport’s national governing body in the UK.

16 Sep 2016

TPP’s ratification hurdle

Opposition from the US’s two main presidential candidates means the world’s largest regional trade agreement may not be ratified in its current form.

9 Sep 2016

Banknote sale benefits Hong Kong charities

Eleven community projects in Hong Kong will benefit from the millions of dollars raised through a special issue of HKD150 banknotes by HSBC.

7 Sep 2016

UK needs to up trade game

The UK needs to boost exports of goods and services to fast-growing economies, says HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver.

1 Sep 2016

Helping to build healthy communities

The 5-year HSBC Water programme has exceeded many of its original targets to provide and protect water sources and inform communities in need.

31 Aug 2016

A world-class education

With a growing number of students choosing universities abroad, HSBC’s Value of Education report looks at where people are going and what it costs.

26 Aug 2016

India: More jobs per click

E-commerce could help fill half of the country’s jobs needs in the next few years on the back of mass smartphone adoption and a digital-payments revolution.

25 Aug 2016

How weak productivity can neuter monetary policy

Weak output growth in the developed world risks undermining living standards and neutering monetary policy, says HSBC’s Stephen King.

22 Sep 2016

Tomorrow’s consumers

Exporters need to understand consumers’ fast-changing needs if they are to benefit from the growth of the global middle class, says HSBC’s Noel Quinn.

21 Sep 2016

A city to suit every expat

HSBC’s latest Expat Explorer survey highlights the attractions and characteristics of different cities around the world.

19 Sep 2016

HSBC sponsors British Cycling

HSBC has signed an eight-year deal to become lead sponsor for British Cycling, the sport’s national governing body in the UK.

16 Sep 2016

TPP’s ratification hurdle

Opposition from the US’s two main presidential candidates means the world’s largest regional trade agreement may not be ratified in its current form.

9 Sep 2016

Banknote sale benefits Hong Kong charities

Eleven community projects in Hong Kong will benefit from the millions of dollars raised through a special issue of HKD150 banknotes by HSBC.

7 Sep 2016

UK needs to up trade game

The UK needs to boost exports of goods and services to fast-growing economies, says HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver.

1 Sep 2016

Helping to build healthy communities

The 5-year HSBC Water programme has exceeded many of its original targets to provide and protect water sources and inform communities in need.

31 Aug 2016

A world-class education

With a growing number of students choosing universities abroad, HSBC’s Value of Education report looks at where people are going and what it costs.

26 Aug 2016

India: More jobs per click

E-commerce could help fill half of the country’s jobs needs in the next few years on the back of mass smartphone adoption and a digital-payments revolution.

25 Aug 2016

How weak productivity can neuter monetary policy

Weak output growth in the developed world risks undermining living standards and neutering monetary policy, says HSBC’s Stephen King.

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