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Unfolding India’s tapestry

Unfolding India’s tapestry

29 September 2014

Thinking of India as one vast country ignores the significant differences within its borders in terms of culture, languages, religion, climate and…

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Asia loses steam

Asia loses steam

17 October 2014

Growth in Asia’s emerging markets improved over the summer of 2014 but things are…

Bailing out the baby-boomers

Bailing out the baby boomers

17 October 2014

The global savings glut that inflated Western asset prices left many people feeling they could…

Eurozone QE beckons

Eurozone QE beckons

17 October 2014

Fear of deflation looms over the eurozone. Growth is disappointing,…

The monetary tug of war

The monetary tug of war

9 October 2014

The next year is likely to see an extraordinary tug of war between…

India cranks up exports

India cranks up exports

13 October 2014

India is finally cranking up the export engine but there is still a long way to…

Energy storage

Energy storage

9 October 2014

At lunchtime on Monday 9 June 2014, Germany’s solar energy supply reached 23.1GW…

Emerging markets PMI

China PMI unchanged

Conditions in the Chinese manufacturing sector stayed the same, according to the HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index™. The index was 50.2 in September, down slightly from the earlier Flash reading of 50.5, and unchanged from August’s three-month low.

PMI

China

50.2

50.2

China and the renminbi

Beijing invests overseas

Beijing invests overseas

20 August 2014

China has been a favoured destination for foreign direct investment since its economy opened up…

China and ASEAN trade

China and ASEAN trade

20 August 2014

China and ASEAN are a natural fit as trade partners. The links have strengthened in the last 20 years thanks…

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Renminbi timeline

15 September 2014

China’s economic growth and liberalisation are leading to increasing international use of its currency, the renminbi. We chart some of the recent milestones.

RMB: moving forward

RMB: moving forward

12 May 2014

The renminbi is used by one fifth of the world’s population. Outside of China it remains little known, compared with the US dollar or euro. Helen Wong, Chief Executive Officer, HSBC China, explains why that is changing fast.

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