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The Macro Viewpoint - Gas markets, supply chains, Europe and UK outlook

Kim Fustier assesses what the mild autumn weather means for gas prices, James Pomeroy considers whether easing supply chain bottlenecks will help lower inflation and Chris Hare examines the prospects for a recession in Europe. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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 Under the banyan tree

Under the Banyan Tree - Can China's new COVID measures stall the slowdown?

With COVID-19 cases soaring across China, Fred Neumann talks to Chief China Economist, Jing Liu, about Beijing's new approach to containment and how it could impact the economic outlook for the country and beyond. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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The ESG Brief - COP27 and climate stocks

Wai-Shin Chan previews the UN climate talks in Egypt in November amid economic and geopolitical tensions; Amit Shrivastava tracks the market performance of climate-related stocks. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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China COVID-19 policy

China’s National Health Commission has announced a calibration of measures to combat COVID-19.HSBC’s Jing Liu and Erin Xin look into the policy and what it means forthe economy.

The Major bond letter

Steven Major examines four aspects of valuations to help answer the question: when will it betime to buy bonds?

COP27 insights

At the halfway point of the COP27 climate conference, there is still little sign of how negotiations might end. HSBC’s Wai-Shin Chan takes stock of progress so far – and where discussions are likely to focus now.

Supply chains and prices

Could easing bottlenecks help to lower goods inflation? Supply chain issues are easing up, very quickly, and inventories are high, just as demand softens. HSBC’s James Pomeroy and Harriet Smith explore the data.

South Africa

We cut our 2022 growthforecast to 1.6% amid power cuts and rail strikes. David Faulkner andMatlhodi Matsei explain why the economy is facing stiff headwinds.

Demand down, supply snags sorted?

October’s PMI data suggest a further slowdown in global economic activity. HSBC’s James Pomeroy and Harriet Smith explore the findings.

Europe macro tracker

Although recession seems likely, European activity data are still surprising to the upside. HSBC’s Simon Wells also checks out the latest on wages, manufacturing, and energy prices.

Global Economic Calendar

The key data releases and central bank decisions to watch out for this week – including a jam-packed schedule of news on the UK economy.

China COVID-19 Tracker

HSBC’s Jing Liuexamines COVID-19 case levels and policies in mainland China, plus theimplications of a recent visit by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

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