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7 Jul 2014

Macroprudential and monetary measures

Simon Wells, Chief UK Economist, HSBC, reviews the macroprudential and monetary policies within the UK.

3 Jul 2014

Global economy slows

Stephen King and Karen Ward discuss how growth and inflation are likely to disappoint in a world where economic forecasts are often 'framed'.

27 Jun 2014

Asia’s borrowing splurge

Consumer debt has increased in Asia, financing purchases of new houses, cars, motorcycles and other material things.

27 Jun 2014

New Zealand’s rock-star economy

New Zealand is seeing a boom in economy, with its GDP outperforming almost all other economies in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

20 Jun 2014

The Gulf looks East

The trading relationship between the Middle East and China continues to grow.

20 Jun 2014

India at risk of poor rains

A severe drought when inflation is high and growth low could prevent India’s new government from launching sweeping reforms.

12 Jun 2014

Vietnam and foreign investment

Vietnam’s exports are gaining global share thanks to both foreign and domestic investment.

12 Jun 2014

Australia’s Asian exports to rise further

Australia’s export to Asia emerging markets are expected to rise further as new resource capacity continues to come on line.

12 Jun 2014

Asian central banks widen their scope

Central banks in Asia have widened their scope, increasingly being involved in supervising and regulating the financial sector.

12 Jun 2014

Inflation not the only way

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King explains why inflation targeting does not guarantee lasting economic or financial stability.

7 Jul 2014

Macroprudential and monetary measures

Simon Wells, Chief UK Economist, HSBC, reviews the macroprudential and monetary policies within the UK.

3 Jul 2014

Global economy slows

Stephen King and Karen Ward discuss how growth and inflation are likely to disappoint in a world where economic forecasts are often 'framed'.

27 Jun 2014

Asia’s borrowing splurge

Consumer debt has increased in Asia, financing purchases of new houses, cars, motorcycles and other material things.

27 Jun 2014

New Zealand’s rock-star economy

New Zealand is seeing a boom in economy, with its GDP outperforming almost all other economies in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

20 Jun 2014

The Gulf looks East

The trading relationship between the Middle East and China continues to grow.

20 Jun 2014

India at risk of poor rains

A severe drought when inflation is high and growth low could prevent India’s new government from launching sweeping reforms.

12 Jun 2014

Vietnam and foreign investment

Vietnam’s exports are gaining global share thanks to both foreign and domestic investment.

12 Jun 2014

Australia’s Asian exports to rise further

Australia’s export to Asia emerging markets are expected to rise further as new resource capacity continues to come on line.

12 Jun 2014

Asian central banks widen their scope

Central banks in Asia have widened their scope, increasingly being involved in supervising and regulating the financial sector.

12 Jun 2014

Inflation not the only way

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King explains why inflation targeting does not guarantee lasting economic or financial stability.