6 Oct 2016
Central bank firepower wanes
With central banks in danger of running out of firepower, targeted fiscal measures are needed to lift growth and inflation, explains Janet Henry.
4 Oct 2016
Poland on the New Silk Road
Poland and China are strengthening trade, investment and economic cooperation, says Chris Davies, CEO, International Europe, HSBC.
30 Sep 2016
RMB joins the club
The Chinese RMB joins the IMF Special Drawing Right basket on 1 October 2016, marking another step in its journey towards becoming a global currency.
29 Sep 2016
Rise of the digital natives
The tech-savvy generation is changing the world’s economic assumptions, explains James Pomeroy.
22 Sep 2016
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.