Under the Banyan Tree
Watch now as HSBC’s Frederic Neumann, Chief Asia Economist and Herald van der Linde, Head of Equity Strategy, APAC, joined Piers Butler to discuss their many years of living, and working in Asia and publishing research on the region’s macro-economic outlook and many stock markets.
We need to talk about Inflation
Watch now as Stephen King, HSBC’s Senior Economic Advisor, as he discusses his latest book “We need to talk about Inflation” with Piers Butler, Head of Global Research Direct as they explore and question how we can begin to tackle the political and social upheaval unleashed by inflation.
Energy Transition: The case for Hydrogen
Watch now as HSBC’s Sean McLoughlin, EMEA Head of Industrials Research, and James Rydge, EMEA Head of ESG Research, as they discuss the outlook for hydrogen with Piers Butler.
Autos: Looking to the future, lessons from the past
Watch now as HSBC’s Head of European Automotive Equity Research, Michael Tyndall CFA discusses the outlook for the autos sector, hosted by Piers Butler.
Return of the EM bull
Watch now as Piers Butler, Head of Research Direct discuss what we have learnt after 10 Emerging Market Sentiment Surveys, with HSBC’s Murat Ulgen.
COP 27 - Towards Balanced Progress
Join HSBC’s Wai-Shin Chan, Global Head of ESG Research, for an in-depth discussion with Piers Butler reviewing the COP27 conference on climate change (6-18 November). Wai-Shin will explore how world leaders plan to tackle the climate challenge, and examine key questions for investors.
Global Demographics, Boom or Bust?
Watch now as HSBC’s James Pomeroy, Global Economist, discusses with Piers Butler everything you need to know about demographics. They will explore key questions on how the world’s population is changing, and what this means for investors.
Emerging Markets: Inflation races, growth braces
Listen now to Murat Ulgen, HSBC's Global Head of Emerging Market Research, for an in-depth discussion with Piers Butler as they explore some of the key questions facing EM investors today.
Goodbye Globalisation - Global Trade In A Post Pandemic World
Watch Shanella Rajanayagam, Trade Economist, for an in-depth discussion with Piers Butler on Global Trade in a post pandemic world and whether or not it is goodbye to globalisation.
The Metaverse Age
Watch now as Piers Butler and Davey Jose discuss the metaverse and the opportunities it presents for investors.
Caution reigns in the Emerging Markets
Watch now as Dr. Murat Ulgen, HSBC's Global Head of Emerging Markets Research, shares highlights from the 7th EM Sentiment Survey including why investors are taking a bearish view on the outlook for emerging markets.
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