Updated 11:29 AM EDT, Tue, Jun 16, 2020

Make CT Your Homepage



HSBC Delayed Current Master Restructuring Plan Due To The Serious Outbreak Viral Crisis

British investment bank HSBC Holdings will be holding off its previously announced business overhaul due to the "extraordinary impact" of the viral outbreak.

JPMorgan has agreed to settle its China nepotism case for $264 million.

JPMorgan to Pay $264 Million to Settle China Hiring Case

JPMorgan has agreed to pay $264 million to the US authorities for resolving its nepotism case in China. The bank allegedly hired the kith and kin of Chinese officials in lieu of favors. The bank was being probed by the US Securities and Exchange and the Justice Department for potential violation of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

HSBC expects the demand for onshore Chinese government bonds to increase fivefold in the next two years.

HSBC Predicts Growing Demand for China Bonds

HSBC expects the demand for onshore Chinese government bonds to increase fivefold in the next two years.

HSBC Sevens World Series

Hong Kong to Host 7th Leg of World Rugby Sevens Series 2015-16 Season

Hong Kong has been announced as the seventh stop in an expanded 10-city circuit for the upcoming HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2015-16 season, South China Morning Post reported on Thursday.

China Manufacturing Expansion

China HSBC Service PMI Up on Growing New Orders

The HSBC/Market Services Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) in China rose to 52.0 in February, up from January's service PMI of 51.8 and slightly above the 50-pt. mark that demarcates a monthly activity contraction from growth.


HSBC Allegedly Aided Holder of Undeclared Accounts Evade UK Taxes

The Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) said on Monday that its procedures have been changed fundamentally, amid accusations that the global bank helped cheat the British Treasury millions of pounds in tax.


Survey: China Ranks Third Overall for Foreigners to Live In

China was ranked the third-best in the world overall for foreign expatriates to live, and first for economic reasons, according to an annual expat survey. Expats in China also say their children are getting a better education than they did back home.

(Photo: Visa Logo)

Visa to Open New Technology Development Center in India

With the new center, Visa plans to create 2,000 new full-time jobs around the world, while taking advantage of India’s software engineering talent.

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Unexpected China Data Pushes Asian Shares

China's manufacturing industry springs up at it surpassed expectations improving September performance and pushing Asian markets higher this Tuesday.

HSBC Downgrades HK Stock Outlook Over Fears Of Pro-Democracy Campaigns

HSBC cut its rating investment for Hong Kong on Monday over fears that the pro-democracy campaign could affect relations with China and subsequently hurt its economy.

Real Time Analytics