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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.

15 Apr 2015

Financing sustainable growth

The growth of China’s onshore green bond market could help to provide a much-needed source of sustainable finance.

13 Apr 2015

Moving beyond oil

Korean expertise in transportation, construction and technology is helping the Middle East accelerate towards a future beyond oil.

10 Apr 2015

Asia feels deflated

Asia looks much more vulnerable than a cursory look at headline growth rates suggests.

7 Apr 2015

Beyond Europe's rebound

The weak euro is improving exports and profit margins, but is the eurozone doing enough to deliver a robust and durable recovery?

1 Apr 2015

Latin America looks for net gains

The expansion of digital and social channels has paved the way for companies to communicate with Latin America’s growing middle classes.

1 Apr 2015

Japan to fund India growth

Japan and India have increasingly complementary investment needs, underpinned by divergent demographic trends.

27 Mar 2015

Economic surrealism

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King looks at the potential consequences of deflation, weak world trade growth and negative nominal interest rates.

26 Mar 2015

The redback keeps rising

The Chinese renminbi is set to become one of the most traded currencies in coming 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.

15 Apr 2015

Financing sustainable growth

The growth of China’s onshore green bond market could help to provide a much-needed source of sustainable finance.

13 Apr 2015

Moving beyond oil

Korean expertise in transportation, construction and technology is helping the Middle East accelerate towards a future beyond oil.

10 Apr 2015

Asia feels deflated

Asia looks much more vulnerable than a cursory look at headline growth rates suggests.

7 Apr 2015

Beyond Europe's rebound

The weak euro is improving exports and profit margins, but is the eurozone doing enough to deliver a robust and durable recovery?

1 Apr 2015

Latin America looks for net gains

The expansion of digital and social channels has paved the way for companies to communicate with Latin America’s growing middle classes.

1 Apr 2015

Japan to fund India growth

Japan and India have increasingly complementary investment needs, underpinned by divergent demographic trends.

27 Mar 2015

Economic surrealism

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King looks at the potential consequences of deflation, weak world trade growth and negative nominal interest rates.

26 Mar 2015

The redback keeps rising

The Chinese renminbi is set to become one of the most traded currencies in coming years.