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28 May 2014

UK balancing act

The UK economy is strengthening, with growth forecast revised to 3.1 per cent, but productivity remains the biggest puzzle.

23 May 2014

Sustainability in 2013

The HSBC Sustainability Report 2013, published on 23 May, outlines how the bank’s investments are changing lives across the world.

20 May 2014

Central banking’s revolution

Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist, and Simon Wells, Chief UK Economist, explain why macroprudential policy will have significant implications for financial markets.

19 May 2014

Will Korea be the next Japan?

South Korea’s economy has grown 1,800 per cent since 1980 but there is no room for complacency.

15 May 2014

Will China overtake the US?

According to new data, China’s economy is expected to exceed the US in terms of size at the end of 2014.

13 May 2014

Time for China to ease a little

The Chinese economy has probably seen more volatile periods but the uncertainty has now shifted from the known risk of a growth slowdown to the unknown risk of deflation.

12 May 2014

RMB: moving forward

HSBC China Chief Executive Officer Helen Wong explains why the renminbi is increasingly being used around the world.

6 May 2014

US oil boom checks inflation

US oil production has surpassed expectations in recent years and could become the world’s largest producer of crude oil and oil products by 2015.

2 May 2014

Economic outlook unlike the rest

Prospects for the Middle East and North Africa region include the Gulf economies maintaining growth while higher profile emerging markets losing steam.

29 Apr 2014

Asia’s one big worry

Despite seeing stable growth, Asian economies still need to prepare for the day that interest rates climb.

28 May 2014

UK balancing act

The UK economy is strengthening, with growth forecast revised to 3.1 per cent, but productivity remains the biggest puzzle.

23 May 2014

Sustainability in 2013

The HSBC Sustainability Report 2013, published on 23 May, outlines how the bank’s investments are changing lives across the world.

20 May 2014

Central banking’s revolution

Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist, and Simon Wells, Chief UK Economist, explain why macroprudential policy will have significant implications for financial markets.

19 May 2014

Will Korea be the next Japan?

South Korea’s economy has grown 1,800 per cent since 1980 but there is no room for complacency.

15 May 2014

Will China overtake the US?

According to new data, China’s economy is expected to exceed the US in terms of size at the end of 2014.

13 May 2014

Time for China to ease a little

The Chinese economy has probably seen more volatile periods but the uncertainty has now shifted from the known risk of a growth slowdown to the unknown risk of deflation.

12 May 2014

RMB: moving forward

HSBC China Chief Executive Officer Helen Wong explains why the renminbi is increasingly being used around the world.

6 May 2014

US oil boom checks inflation

US oil production has surpassed expectations in recent years and could become the world’s largest producer of crude oil and oil products by 2015.

2 May 2014

Economic outlook unlike the rest

Prospects for the Middle East and North Africa region include the Gulf economies maintaining growth while higher profile emerging markets losing steam.

29 Apr 2014

Asia’s one big worry

Despite seeing stable growth, Asian economies still need to prepare for the day that interest rates climb.