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19 Feb 2015

What low oil prices mean

The oil price slump and the more dovish outlook for US interest rates have dramatically altered expectations for many economies.

19 Feb 2015

HSBC marks Mardi Gras

In support of the LGBT community, HSBC Australia has decorated branches in Sydney with banners and rainbow flags to celebrate Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

10 Feb 2015

India’s opportunity

The need for greater investment and continuing economic reform in India were key themes at an HSBC investor conference in Mumbai.

10 Feb 2015

QE has had its day

Quantitative easing prevented a financial crisis becoming a Great Depression but the costs of it are starting to outweigh the benefits.

10 Feb 2015

Oil alters the outlook

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King explains the changes to our growth and inflation forecasts following the sharp decline in oil prices.

3 Feb 2015

Can India match up?

The Indian economy could eventually equal China’s punch.

29 Jan 2015

France looks to China for growth

French companies are looking at entering the Chinese market due to subdued economic conditions at home.

29 Jan 2015

China’s markets open further

China is making a concerted effort, such as linking the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges, to make renminbi products more accessible to the world.

29 Jan 2015

Latin America’s commodity crunch

Across Latin America the overall impact is largely negative, as commodity exporters undergo a combination of depreciating currencies and weaker domestic demand.

23 Jan 2015

Growing links with Guangdong

Guangdong’s growing links with Hong Kong can help the province achieve high-quality growth.

19 Feb 2015

What low oil prices mean

The oil price slump and the more dovish outlook for US interest rates have dramatically altered expectations for many economies.

19 Feb 2015

HSBC marks Mardi Gras

In support of the LGBT community, HSBC Australia has decorated branches in Sydney with banners and rainbow flags to celebrate Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

10 Feb 2015

India’s opportunity

The need for greater investment and continuing economic reform in India were key themes at an HSBC investor conference in Mumbai.

10 Feb 2015

QE has had its day

Quantitative easing prevented a financial crisis becoming a Great Depression but the costs of it are starting to outweigh the benefits.

10 Feb 2015

Oil alters the outlook

HSBC Group Chief Economist Stephen King explains the changes to our growth and inflation forecasts following the sharp decline in oil prices.

3 Feb 2015

Can India match up?

The Indian economy could eventually equal China’s punch.

29 Jan 2015

France looks to China for growth

French companies are looking at entering the Chinese market due to subdued economic conditions at home.

29 Jan 2015

China’s markets open further

China is making a concerted effort, such as linking the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges, to make renminbi products more accessible to the world.

29 Jan 2015

Latin America’s commodity crunch

Across Latin America the overall impact is largely negative, as commodity exporters undergo a combination of depreciating currencies and weaker domestic demand.

23 Jan 2015

Growing links with Guangdong

Guangdong’s growing links with Hong Kong can help the province achieve high-quality growth.