19 Nov 2015
US recovery long but not strong
The US economy is likely to continue to grow at a modest rate as lukewarm economic conditions prevail, says Kevin Logan, Chief US Economist, HSBC.
18 Nov 2015
Malaysia’s 2020 vision
Continued reforms and investment are crucial if Malaysia is to meet its goal of becoming a high-income country by 2020, says Mukhtar M Hussain, HSBC.
13 Nov 2015
China bond markets open
China’s bond market reforms will benefit its economy and create opportunities for foreign investors, says Helen Wong, CEO, Greater China, HSBC.
6 Nov 2015
Passing it on
Family businesses risk dispute without a clear succession plan, according to Bernard Rennell, Head of Global Private Banking for Asia-Pacific, HSBC.
4 Nov 2015
A Mediterranean Mittelstand
Small companies in Italy and Spain could benefit from following the example of Germany’s Mittelstand, says Fabio Balboni, European Economist, HSBC.
3 Nov 2015
An evolving relationship
Australia is ready to expand on its relationship with China. But it needs to articulate its value far more clearly if it is to realise the benefits.
29 Oct 2015
An HSBC film looks at the challenges of balancing work and family life. Globally, a third of the people that work at HSBC are parents.
29 Oct 2015
The latest HSBC Expat Explorer survey shows that people from Asian countries relocate abroad for a range of reasons including study, work and family.
27 Oct 2015
China’s Silicon Delta
Technical skills and research investment are helping China’s Pearl River Delta develop as a hub for technology and innovation, says Peter Wong, HSBC.
23 Oct 2015
Hitting the limit of ‘whatever it takes’
Doubts remain over whether the European Central Bank alone has whatever it takes to fully revive eurozone growth and banish fears of deflation.