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The Macro Viewpoint - The UK’s tough week, Asia’s export stumble, EM Sentiment Survey

We assess the implications of a volatile week for UK financial markets, look at how headwinds to growth are set to stiffen across much of Asia and find out why investors have become even more bearish on emerging market assets. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

Under the Banyan Tree - Is China heading the way of Japan in the '90s?

Fred Neumann, Head of Asian Economics Research, is joined by Steven Sun, Head of Research at HSBC Qianhai Securities, to discuss why Chinese equities have slumped in 2022, and whether the country is headed for a Japan-style balance sheet correction. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

The ESG Brief - Data science and the risk of diversity washing

In this edition, Yaryna Kobel, Mark McDonald and Camila Sarmiento focus on how we've applied data science to determine whether corporate diversity discussions are being matched with action. This podcast is also available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

FX Focus

Central bank digital currencies are slowly taking shape but linking them for cross-border transactions has been no easy feat. Common rules of engagement and technology are needed – and this is where the focus lies, say HSBC’s Paul Mackel and James Pomeroy.

COP15 on biodiversity

Ahead of COP15 in Montreal, HSBC’s Wai-Shin Chan and team outline everything you need to know about the UN’s biodiversity conference and its aims.

The big baby bust

In much of the world, people are having fewer babies. While this isn't necessarily a new trend, the scale of the decline over the past few years has been dramatic. What if it continues? HSBC's James Pomeroy looks at the potential repercussions.

Implementing RCEP

Eight months on from the start of the RCEP trade deal, Asian markets are building deeper trade ties, say HSBC’s Frederic Neumann and Shanella Rajanayagam.

The next generation of spenders

Over the next couple of decades, the world will have more than a billion new middle class consumers. Their higher incomes and changing tastes are likely to propel consumer spending much higher, notably in the emerging world, says HSBC’s James Pomeroy.

Data Matters – Listen Up

What’s the chat in Q2? Our data scientists have used HSBC’s proprietary Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to analyse what companies have been saying on recent earnings calls.

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