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17 Feb 2014

Yellen continues the Fed’s theme

US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicates in her first Congressional testimony that she will continue the policies of her predecessor.

17 Feb 2014

Week in China: China’s Tycoons 2014

Week in China continues to chronicle the world’s fastest-ever exercise in wealth and business creation in the third edition of China’s Tycoons.

13 Feb 2014

Exports boost manufacturing

Exports boost Vietnam’s manufacturing – thanks to growing exports to the eurozone and US. But production struggles to keep up with demand.

10 Feb 2014

EMI weakest in four months

The HSBC Emerging Markets Index fell for the second consecutive month in January, dropping to 51.4, from 51.6 in December.

6 Feb 2014

New Year opportunities

For European businesses looking for growth, improving links with China will be essential to a successful Year of the Horse.

3 Feb 2014

UK current-account deficit could spoil party

The eurozone’s move from contraction to modest expansion should help UK exports, with current account deficit expected to be 3.2 per cent of GDP in 2014.

3 Feb 2014

India manufacturing revival

Manufacturing operating conditions in India improved at the strongest pace in 10 months, according to the HSBC India Manufacturing PMI™.

30 Jan 2014

New year fall for PMI

Operating conditions in China’s manufacturing sector fell for the first time in six months, according to the HSBC China Manufacturing PMI™.

30 Jan 2014

Australia needs a third boom

Australia avoided significant downturns despite major negative global shocks, and its GDP significantly outperformed its peers.

27 Jan 2014

What next for the US Fed?

The US FOMC must manage the transition to reduced policy stimulus while guiding market expectations of future changes in policy interest rates.

17 Feb 2014

Yellen continues the Fed’s theme

US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicates in her first Congressional testimony that she will continue the policies of her predecessor.

17 Feb 2014

Week in China: China’s Tycoons 2014

Week in China continues to chronicle the world’s fastest-ever exercise in wealth and business creation in the third edition of China’s Tycoons.

13 Feb 2014

Exports boost manufacturing

Exports boost Vietnam’s manufacturing – thanks to growing exports to the eurozone and US. But production struggles to keep up with demand.

10 Feb 2014

EMI weakest in four months

The HSBC Emerging Markets Index fell for the second consecutive month in January, dropping to 51.4, from 51.6 in December.

6 Feb 2014

New Year opportunities

For European businesses looking for growth, improving links with China will be essential to a successful Year of the Horse.

3 Feb 2014

UK current-account deficit could spoil party

The eurozone’s move from contraction to modest expansion should help UK exports, with current account deficit expected to be 3.2 per cent of GDP in 2014.

3 Feb 2014

India manufacturing revival

Manufacturing operating conditions in India improved at the strongest pace in 10 months, according to the HSBC India Manufacturing PMI™.

30 Jan 2014

New year fall for PMI

Operating conditions in China’s manufacturing sector fell for the first time in six months, according to the HSBC China Manufacturing PMI™.

30 Jan 2014

Australia needs a third boom

Australia avoided significant downturns despite major negative global shocks, and its GDP significantly outperformed its peers.

27 Jan 2014

What next for the US Fed?

The US FOMC must manage the transition to reduced policy stimulus while guiding market expectations of future changes in policy interest rates.