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11 Apr 2014

Asian tune up needed

Asian exports are likely to benefit from better economic data in the US, Europe and Japan, lifting the region’s rate of growth.

11 Apr 2014

Chill remains in US economy

US economy slows down in first quarter but GDP growth for the year expected to be close to previous estimate of 2.5 per cent.

3 Apr 2014

Inflation is too low for comfort

With slowing inflation posing risks to financial stability, monetary policy across the world is likely to remain loose for quite some time.

1 Apr 2014

HSBC Hong Kong Sevens advert

In the HSBC sevens advert both players and fans come to the sevens to showcase their skills, on and off the field.

28 Mar 2014

Will India’s investment cycle turn?

As long as India’s growth expectations remain relatively high, investment growth will remain strong.

27 Mar 2014

Rugby Sevens predictions

HSBC’s analysts assess the chances of the different teams who are set to compete at the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament.

25 Mar 2014

Costs of monetary addiction

Stephen King, HSBC Group Chief Economist and Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist talk about why global forecasts remain lacklustre.

21 Mar 2014

RMB: next reserve currency

The Chinese redback will play a more prominent role in world trade as the country’s financial reform continues.

21 Mar 2014

UK budget 2014: hope is yet to triumph over doubt

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne focused on the need to reinvigorate business in the UK’s 2014 budget.

21 Mar 2014

The changing face of Chinese tourism

China’s influence on world tourism will be stronger than ever in 2014, as the Chinese economy grows.

11 Apr 2014

Asian tune up needed

Asian exports are likely to benefit from better economic data in the US, Europe and Japan, lifting the region’s rate of growth.

11 Apr 2014

Chill remains in US economy

US economy slows down in first quarter but GDP growth for the year expected to be close to previous estimate of 2.5 per cent.

3 Apr 2014

Inflation is too low for comfort

With slowing inflation posing risks to financial stability, monetary policy across the world is likely to remain loose for quite some time.

1 Apr 2014

HSBC Hong Kong Sevens advert

In the HSBC sevens advert both players and fans come to the sevens to showcase their skills, on and off the field.

28 Mar 2014

Will India’s investment cycle turn?

As long as India’s growth expectations remain relatively high, investment growth will remain strong.

27 Mar 2014

Rugby Sevens predictions

HSBC’s analysts assess the chances of the different teams who are set to compete at the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament.

25 Mar 2014

Costs of monetary addiction

Stephen King, HSBC Group Chief Economist and Karen Ward, Senior Global Economist talk about why global forecasts remain lacklustre.

21 Mar 2014

RMB: next reserve currency

The Chinese redback will play a more prominent role in world trade as the country’s financial reform continues.

21 Mar 2014

UK budget 2014: hope is yet to triumph over doubt

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne focused on the need to reinvigorate business in the UK’s 2014 budget.

21 Mar 2014

The changing face of Chinese tourism

China’s influence on world tourism will be stronger than ever in 2014, as the Chinese economy grows.