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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.

10 Jun 2014

Pride in HSBC

HSBC buildings in New York have been decorated with rainbow flags as part of the celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride.

5 Jun 2014

Mexico’s recovery delayed

Mexico’s 2014 growth forecast was reduced from 3.7 per cent to 2.7 per cent; strong recovery expected to start in the second half of the year.

5 Jun 2014

Trading the World Cup

The impact of the tournament on shares is clear and persistent, although holding the competition has little discernible impact on GDP growth.

5 Jun 2014

A return of El Niño?

The chances of El Niño developing in 2014 have increased to 65 per cent. This can change weather and have an economic impact in many countries.

5 Jun 2014

Poland’s 25 years of reform

The reforms brought about by Poland’s first democratic elections 25 years ago paved the way for the transformation of the country’s economic performance.

4 Jun 2014

What a globalising China means for Africa and the Middle East

Murat Ulgen, Simon Williams and John Lomax from HSBC Global Research discuss China's interest in the Middle East and Africa.

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.

10 Jun 2014

Pride in HSBC

HSBC buildings in New York have been decorated with rainbow flags as part of the celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride.

5 Jun 2014

Mexico’s recovery delayed

Mexico’s 2014 growth forecast was reduced from 3.7 per cent to 2.7 per cent; strong recovery expected to start in the second half of the year.

5 Jun 2014

Trading the World Cup

The impact of the tournament on shares is clear and persistent, although holding the competition has little discernible impact on GDP growth.

5 Jun 2014

A return of El Niño?

The chances of El Niño developing in 2014 have increased to 65 per cent. This can change weather and have an economic impact in many countries.

5 Jun 2014

Poland’s 25 years of reform

The reforms brought about by Poland’s first democratic elections 25 years ago paved the way for the transformation of the country’s economic performance.

4 Jun 2014

What a globalising China means for Africa and the Middle East

Murat Ulgen, Simon Williams and John Lomax from HSBC Global Research discuss China's interest in the Middle East and Africa.