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Jan 12, 2017
Demonetisation: India to see lower growth for 2 quarters on cash crunch, says HSBCHSBC expects the medium-term addition to GDP growth from this reform to be about 40 bps.
Jan 05, 2017
Note ban: GDP may slump to 5% in December quarter, says HSBCAccording to the global financial services major, activity data across manufacturing and services as well as consumption and investment have clearly taken a hit after 8 November, 2016, when the government announced scrapping old 500/1,000 rupee notes.
Oct 28, 2016
Masala bonds: British Columbia keen to develop overseas rupee bond marketMasala bonds offer British Columbia a means to participate in the internationalisation of the rupee and Indian economy
Oct 25, 2016
Premier League: Probe launched to investigate suspected forging of bank letters by WatfordPremier League club Watford are under investigation for allegedly submitting forged HSBC bank letters to support Gino Pozzo taking control of the club.
Oct 12, 2016
Why expats think India is better than China and US: 5 takeaways from HSBC surveyMore than one in ten expats in India moved there to set up a business; the country also draws more expat entrepreneurs than countries in the Middle East
Sep 07, 2016
Tackle domestic black money first and then go hunting abroadThis question may have been a part of an RTI query for the first time, but the same question has been raised politically by the Congress, AAP and some other opposition parties in the last two years.
Jul 22, 2016
Public investments at two decade high in FY16, rises 21%; pvt sector contracts 1.4%According to HSBC report, private investments is not likely to contract going ahead, however "the recovery will be frustratingly slow"
Jul 22, 2016
Cairn Energy's India deal emerges in $3.5-bn forex trading fraud at HSBCTwo senior executives of HSBC were accused of doing front-running by cheating the client Cairn Energy that was selling part-stake in an Indian subsidiary
Jun 24, 2016
Brexit verdict: Global banks gear up for ripples, calm investorsAmong the biggest fallers in European stock market trading on Friday were banks, with shares in Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland shedding around 20 per cent of their values.
Jun 24, 2016
Revenue receipts from spectrum auctions to fall short unless 700 mhz band price loweredThe largest ever spectrum auction lined up by the government for September could turn out to be a disappointment unless prices of the 700 mhz band are revised downward.