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10 Nov 2014

The economics of falling oil prices

While oil prices are moving significantly, so are currencies. In local currency terms, the US, UK and India have seen the largest declines

10 Nov 2014

Asia’s changing trade

Structural challenges have slowed Asia’s export growth from an average of 20 per cent in 2004-2007 to 9.6 per cent in 2011-2013.

28 Oct 2014

A new reserve currency

There is every indication that the dollar will have to make room for a second global reserve currency within the next 15 years.

22 Oct 2014

Expats favour Switzerland

According to HSBC’s Expat Explorer survey, Switzerland is the best place to live overseas as it offers the best experience overall for expats.

22 Oct 2014

HSBC people

HSBC employees with disabilities speak up for ‘connect with difference’, which is the bank’s evolving approach to diversity and inclusion.

17 Oct 2014

Asia loses steam

Deep structural reforms are needed to halt the growth slowdown in Asia’s emerging markets.

17 Oct 2014

Eurozone QE beckons

QE is unlikely to be as positive for the eurozone as it was in the US and UK, but it should have a positive impact on growth and inflation.

17 Oct 2014

Bailing out the baby boomers

The inadequate and misallocated savings of Western baby boomers call for emerging countries’ savers to bail them out.

13 Oct 2014

India cranks up exports

India has started to grow its export, but there are still a lot to be done such as structural reforms and attracting foreign direct investment.

9 Oct 2014

The monetary tug of war

The year 2015 is expected to see an extraordinary monetary tug of war between the major central banks in the developed world.

10 Nov 2014

The economics of falling oil prices

While oil prices are moving significantly, so are currencies. In local currency terms, the US, UK and India have seen the largest declines

10 Nov 2014

Asia’s changing trade

Structural challenges have slowed Asia’s export growth from an average of 20 per cent in 2004-2007 to 9.6 per cent in 2011-2013.

28 Oct 2014

A new reserve currency

There is every indication that the dollar will have to make room for a second global reserve currency within the next 15 years.

22 Oct 2014

Expats favour Switzerland

According to HSBC’s Expat Explorer survey, Switzerland is the best place to live overseas as it offers the best experience overall for expats.

22 Oct 2014

HSBC people

HSBC employees with disabilities speak up for ‘connect with difference’, which is the bank’s evolving approach to diversity and inclusion.

17 Oct 2014

Asia loses steam

Deep structural reforms are needed to halt the growth slowdown in Asia’s emerging markets.

17 Oct 2014

Eurozone QE beckons

QE is unlikely to be as positive for the eurozone as it was in the US and UK, but it should have a positive impact on growth and inflation.

17 Oct 2014

Bailing out the baby boomers

The inadequate and misallocated savings of Western baby boomers call for emerging countries’ savers to bail them out.

13 Oct 2014

India cranks up exports

India has started to grow its export, but there are still a lot to be done such as structural reforms and attracting foreign direct investment.

9 Oct 2014

The monetary tug of war

The year 2015 is expected to see an extraordinary monetary tug of war between the major central banks in the developed world.