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A look at Metro Bank and the UK banking industry

Nathan Bell

Metro Bank is the new kid on a UK retail banking scene plagued with customers fed up by lousy treatment from the largely unchallenged oligopoly of Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland. We take a look into why Metro is great and the industry it operates in. Show More

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Why HSBC is not the horse you want to bet on: Saxo Bank's Peter Garnry VIDEO: HSBC has been trending downwards over the past two years with highly volatile...

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

Why HSBC is not the horse you want to bet on: Saxo Bank's Peter Garnry VIDEO: HSBC has been trending downwards over the past two years with highly volatile performance, and Saxo Bank Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry is worried. HSBC posted results earlier this week, announcing a large... Show More

The world's largest sovereign wealth fund: A closer look. In a move to increase transparency and strengthen the vote execution chain, the world's largest...

Saxo Capital Markets Australia

The world's largest sovereign wealth fund: A closer look. In a move to increase transparency and strengthen the vote execution chain, the world's largest sovereign wealth fund is planning to publish how it will vote at annual meetings from 2015. On TradingFloor.com, Alex Forrest Whiting reveals five facts about Norway's Oil... Show More

Australian property investment has seen a huge increase in recent demand from investors across the greater Asian region, in both the commercial and residential...

Paul Juchima

Australian property investment has seen a huge increase in recent demand from investors across the greater Asian region, in both the commercial and residential space. A survey by HSBC of greater than 7000 affluent individuals across seven Asian countries showed Australia is one of the most sought-after markets for overseas... Show More

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Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia at HSBC and former RBA economist has labelled the current housing market as appreciating quickly but not in bubble...

James Marlay

Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia at HSBC and former RBA economist has labelled the current housing market as appreciating quickly but not in bubble territory. As a RBA economist, he helped devise the strategy to restrain housing price and credit growth a decade ago. He said prices are high,... Show More