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Economic experiments are fraught with danger Stephen King, Group Chief Economist 16/04/2014 preview

Economic experiments are fraught with danger

A number of experimental policy approaches might address the recent fall in consumer price inflation in the UK, but these go with perils of economic reality.

Asia’s one big worry Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economics Research 14/04/2014 preview

Asia’s one big worry

A worry persists in the Asian economy as growth and productivity slow and become wobbly.

Video: LatAm Economics Quarterly HSBC Global Research 09/04/2014 preview

Video: LatAm Economics Quarterly

Chief Economist for Latin America André Loes discusses the factors that influenced a lower growth forecast of 2.2 per cent for 2014.

The eurozone's creeping danger Janet Henry, Chief European Economist 07/04/2014 preview

The eurozone's creeping danger

There is little comfort derived from low eurozone inflation.

Apartments.com Week in China 04/04/2014 preview

Apartments.com

China's internet property portal, E-house, launches an initial public offering as investors' interest in Chinese tech stocks grow.

Asian economies need a tune up Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research 03/04/2014 preview

Asian economies need a tune up

The lacklustre growth in Asia belies the region's strengths and ongoing reforms that should address the slowdown and generate future gains.

China's mini-stimulus targets infrastructure and cuts taxes Qu Hongbin, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research 03/04/2014 preview

China's mini-stimulus targets infrastructure and cuts taxes

The Chinese government is banking on three measures to recover GDP growth: tax breaks for small firms, railway investment and shanty-town renovations.

Inflation is too low for comfort Frederic Neumann, Co-Head of Asian Economic Research 01/04/2014 preview

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.

Chill remains in US economy Kevin Logan, Chief US Economist 31/03/2014 preview

Chill remains in US economy

As prior growth engines falter, healthcare expenditure revives waning consumer spending and helps sustain the overall GDP forecast for the US economy.

Sunny outlook Week in China 28/03/2014 preview

Sunny outlook

Growing at an average of 50 per cent a year since 2009, the trust sector is now the second-largest segment in the financial industry.