News and insight
14 Aug 2019
The demographic divide
Ageing populations may force governments to raise retirement ages, says HSBC’s James Pomeroy.
16 Jul 2019
Keeping the global engine running
Slowing growth and low inflation mean central banks face tough decisions, says HSBC’s Janet Henry.
23 May 2019
Where next for the gig economy?
How tighter rules could change the game for gig workers – and the businesses that rely on them.
16 Apr 2019
Global growth slows further
HSBC economists have cut their 2019 global growth forecast from 2.6 per cent to 2.4 per cent.
01 Mar 2019
Who cares wins
Businesses must adapt to the rise of the green and socially-conscious young consumer.
31 Jan 2019
Road-testing the electric dream
Why is HSBC’s Global Head of Research planning to travel across Europe in an electric car?
17 Jan 2019
The world trades down
Global growth is set to ease to 2.6 per cent in 2019, says Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC.
21 Nov 2018
The new space race
Satellites could help to connect 350 million people worldwide to the internet in the coming decade, says HSBC’s Davey Jose.
17 Oct 2018
Diverging fortunes for world economies
The outlook for the US is bright but emerging economies face a challenging 2019, says Janet Henry.
28 Sep 2018
The world in 2030
China is to become the world’s largest economy in 2030, according to our long-term projections.
26 Sep 2018
The future of cities
New technologies could make ‘smart cities’ cleaner, more efficient and safer places to live.
02 May 2018
The future consumer
Health is a priority for all three of the world’s new consumer groups, says Erwan Rambourg.