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29 Jan 2015

China’s markets open further

China is making a concerted effort, such as linking the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges, to make renminbi products more accessible to the world.

29 Jan 2015

Latin America’s commodity crunch

Across Latin America the overall impact is largely negative, as commodity exporters undergo a combination of depreciating currencies and weaker domestic demand.

23 Jan 2015

Growing links with Guangdong

Guangdong’s growing links with Hong Kong can help the province achieve high-quality growth.

23 Jan 2015

US heads for zero inflation

With expectations for lower oil prices, consumer-price inflation in the US is expected to be close to zero in 2015.

19 Jan 2015

Lifelong ambitions

With people’s changing perspective about retirement, many now aspire to take control and put aside savings and investments for the future.

19 Jan 2015

Start planning early

According to HSBC’s The Future of Retirement A balancing act, more than two thirds of people of working age are not saving for their retirement.

13 Jan 2015

Sand in eurozone wheels

Factoring in deflation, politics, falling oil prices and fiscal slippage, 2015 will be a challenging year for the eurozone.

13 Jan 2015

Asia slows down

Growth in Asia is slowing and is well below what the region has become accustomed to.

7 Jan 2015

Bumpy ride despite cheap oil

Emerging-market weakness will likely put upward pressure on the US dollar and central banks will struggle to build the case for higher rates in 2015.

7 Jan 2015

Q&A: green bonds

Zoe Knight, Head of Climate Change Centre of Excellence at HSBC, answers questions on green bonds and the prospects for this market.

29 Jan 2015

China’s markets open further

China is making a concerted effort, such as linking the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges, to make renminbi products more accessible to the world.

29 Jan 2015

Latin America’s commodity crunch

Across Latin America the overall impact is largely negative, as commodity exporters undergo a combination of depreciating currencies and weaker domestic demand.

23 Jan 2015

Growing links with Guangdong

Guangdong’s growing links with Hong Kong can help the province achieve high-quality growth.

23 Jan 2015

US heads for zero inflation

With expectations for lower oil prices, consumer-price inflation in the US is expected to be close to zero in 2015.

19 Jan 2015

Lifelong ambitions

With people’s changing perspective about retirement, many now aspire to take control and put aside savings and investments for the future.

19 Jan 2015

Start planning early

According to HSBC’s The Future of Retirement A balancing act, more than two thirds of people of working age are not saving for their retirement.

13 Jan 2015

Sand in eurozone wheels

Factoring in deflation, politics, falling oil prices and fiscal slippage, 2015 will be a challenging year for the eurozone.

13 Jan 2015

Asia slows down

Growth in Asia is slowing and is well below what the region has become accustomed to.

7 Jan 2015

Bumpy ride despite cheap oil

Emerging-market weakness will likely put upward pressure on the US dollar and central banks will struggle to build the case for higher rates in 2015.

7 Jan 2015

Q&A: green bonds

Zoe Knight, Head of Climate Change Centre of Excellence at HSBC, answers questions on green bonds and the prospects for this market.