Eurozone gives a little credit

ECB action is finally reviving bank lending

Beyond the eurozone's bounce-back

A broader policy response is needed to turn the consumer-led upturn into a lasting recovery

Eurozone launches QE

But 60bn euro a month programme will work only within a wider package

Sand in the eurozone’s wheels

Deflation and political risks offset cheaper oil and fiscal slippage

SEPA processes to help facilitate innovative payment methods

The work companies had to do in order to comply with SEPA has put them in an ideal position to centralise their treasury structures. Moving further away from paper-based to electronic and mobile payments will also enable a greater degree of centralisation and offer much more flexibility in how companies transact business. However, there is still work to be done as it relates to innovative payments in the post-SEPA environment

The euro and the Three Musketeers

‘All for one, one for all’ is crucial

UK austerity: the second half

Summer budget cuts welfare and raises wages but relies on improved productivity

Ceemea region stalls

No easy answers for Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East

Capitalising on your SEPA investment: making the move to a centralised treasury

Post-SEPA migration we take a closer look at various treasury structures for centralising processes using the SEPA model and XML messaging standards

Finding commodities’ new normal

Emerging markets should provide the demand to support collapsed prices

The global investment puzzle

Weak capital spending holds back growth

Monopoly money

London developers woo deep-pocketed Chinese homebuyers

Supermarkets strike back

The UK’s major food retailers can recover from their errors

Changing landscape for trade

After a difficult couple of years for international trade, there are reasons for importers and exporters to be optimistic. Global export growth for goods is expected to accelerate, according to the latest HSBC Trade Forecast

Trade growth to accelerate

Growth in exports will rise to 8 per cent per year by 2017, according to HSBC’s latest Trade Forecast

Storing up sunshine

Lithium-ion batteries mean evolution for energy storage, not revolution

Can Spain’s sun keep shining?

Government expectations of a continuing boom may prove optimistic

At sea with no lifeboats

Economies are not prepared for coping with the next recession

Green bonds come of age

Standards and ratings are being set for environmental finance

Paving the Silk Road

China details widespread benefits of its ‘one belt, one road’

Few gain from cheap oil

Even many energy importers have benefitted little

The redback keeps rising

Half of China’s trade to be renminbi-settlement by 2020

Economic surrealism

From deflation to negative interest rates, the global economy is full of oddities

Strong dollar raises Asian debt costs

Currency depreciation puts pressure on local interest rates

No unity on internet neutrality

Telecoms industry split on prioritising web usage

Keeping the world cool

Oil, CO2 and the carbon budget

The ‘Neglected’ Mid-Market is Too Big to Ignore

New global report shows the vital importance of Medium-Size Companies to developed and emerging economies

Beyond the eurozone's bounce-back

A broader policy response is needed to turn the consumer-led upturn into a lasting recovery