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21 May 2015

Can Spain’s sun keep shining?

There are doubts about whether Spain can sustain its current strong growth rates.

14 May 2015

Southeast Asia’s new consumers

Southeast Asia’s economic boom is creating a new middle class, one which will help shift the balance of global demand over the next few decades.

12 May 2015

Renminbi goes global

Gaining SDR status could over time lead to greater use of the renminbi among official reserves managers

7 May 2015

Paving the Silk Road

To improve connectivity for international trade, there are plans to construct 15 ports

7 May 2015

Singapore at 50

Singapore is well-placed to attract Chinese inward investment and appeal to increasingly adventurous Chinese tourists

29 Apr 2015

The issue of leaving a legacy

Many people are relying on an inheritance rather than savings to fund their retirement, according to a new report commissioned by HSBC.

29 Apr 2015

HSBC supports Nepal earthquake victims

HSBC has donated a total of USD500,000 to help relief efforts in Nepal, which was hit by a major earthquake on 25 April 2015.

29 Apr 2015

Easing into retirement

Many people can now expect to live beyond the traditional retirement age, giving them more options in how they approach their later years.

27 Apr 2015

Asian rate cuts lose punch

Monetary policy in Asia is starting to lose its punch, hence it must address other ways to pump up demand.

27 Apr 2015

The year of the renminbi

An orderly opening of the domestic financial market to international capital transactions could solve many of the problems facing China’s financial system.

21 May 2015

Can Spain’s sun keep shining?

There are doubts about whether Spain can sustain its current strong growth rates.

14 May 2015

Southeast Asia’s new consumers

Southeast Asia’s economic boom is creating a new middle class, one which will help shift the balance of global demand over the next few decades.

12 May 2015

Renminbi goes global

Gaining SDR status could over time lead to greater use of the renminbi among official reserves managers

7 May 2015

Paving the Silk Road

To improve connectivity for international trade, there are plans to construct 15 ports

7 May 2015

Singapore at 50

Singapore is well-placed to attract Chinese inward investment and appeal to increasingly adventurous Chinese tourists

29 Apr 2015

The issue of leaving a legacy

Many people are relying on an inheritance rather than savings to fund their retirement, according to a new report commissioned by HSBC.

29 Apr 2015

HSBC supports Nepal earthquake victims

HSBC has donated a total of USD500,000 to help relief efforts in Nepal, which was hit by a major earthquake on 25 April 2015.

29 Apr 2015

Easing into retirement

Many people can now expect to live beyond the traditional retirement age, giving them more options in how they approach their later years.

27 Apr 2015

Asian rate cuts lose punch

Monetary policy in Asia is starting to lose its punch, hence it must address other ways to pump up demand.

27 Apr 2015

The year of the renminbi

An orderly opening of the domestic financial market to international capital transactions could solve many of the problems facing China’s financial system.