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24 Jul 2014

Asia’s corporate debt splurge

Corporate debt in Asia has increased sharply since the 2008 global financial crisis.

18 Jul 2014

The eurozone’s road to QE

Janet Henry, Chief European Economist, HSBC, examines the positive and negative risks that might rule out further monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank.

18 Jul 2014

Asia will stretch only so far

Growth in Asia is expected to accelerate over the remainder of 2014 as reforms are finally being tackled and confidence is returning to the region.

11 Jul 2014

HSBC recognised in Euromoney awards

HSBC received 4 global and 13 regional and country prizes in the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2014.

9 Jul 2014

RMB internationalisation

According to the RMB Internationalisation Study 2014, more and more businesses are considering using the renminbi for cross-border trade with China.

9 Jul 2014

Companies get ready for RMB

The internationalisation of the renminbi is gathering pace, with HSBC expecting the currency to be used to settle 30 per cent of China’s total trade by end-2015.

8 Jul 2014

India gets upwardly mobile

India’s digital economy is being transformed due to the increasing use of mobile phones.

3 Jul 2014

Global economy slows

Stephen King and Karen Ward discuss how growth and inflation are likely to disappoint in a world where economic forecasts are often 'framed'.

27 Jun 2014

Asia’s borrowing splurge

Consumer debt has increased in Asia, financing purchases of new houses, cars, motorcycles and other material things.

27 Jun 2014

New Zealand’s rock-star economy

New Zealand is seeing a boom in economy, with its GDP outperforming almost all other economies in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

24 Jul 2014

Asia’s corporate debt splurge

Corporate debt in Asia has increased sharply since the 2008 global financial crisis.

18 Jul 2014

The eurozone’s road to QE

Janet Henry, Chief European Economist, HSBC, examines the positive and negative risks that might rule out further monetary stimulus from the European Central Bank.

18 Jul 2014

Asia will stretch only so far

Growth in Asia is expected to accelerate over the remainder of 2014 as reforms are finally being tackled and confidence is returning to the region.

11 Jul 2014

HSBC recognised in Euromoney awards

HSBC received 4 global and 13 regional and country prizes in the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2014.

9 Jul 2014

RMB internationalisation

According to the RMB Internationalisation Study 2014, more and more businesses are considering using the renminbi for cross-border trade with China.

9 Jul 2014

Companies get ready for RMB

The internationalisation of the renminbi is gathering pace, with HSBC expecting the currency to be used to settle 30 per cent of China’s total trade by end-2015.

8 Jul 2014

India gets upwardly mobile

India’s digital economy is being transformed due to the increasing use of mobile phones.

3 Jul 2014

Global economy slows

Stephen King and Karen Ward discuss how growth and inflation are likely to disappoint in a world where economic forecasts are often 'framed'.

27 Jun 2014

Asia’s borrowing splurge

Consumer debt has increased in Asia, financing purchases of new houses, cars, motorcycles and other material things.

27 Jun 2014

New Zealand’s rock-star economy

New Zealand is seeing a boom in economy, with its GDP outperforming almost all other economies in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.