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Singapore’s women entrepreneurs face limited funding, gender biases but are equally successful securing funds compared to men

Excluding Hong Kong, Singapore is the most gender-neutral market for business capital raising globally, HSBC said.

HSBC is reportedly planning to axe 10,000 jobs amid a brutal year for global bank workers

The Financial Times reported on Sunday the bank faced “an increasingly complex and challenging global environment," citing Brexit and trade conflict.

HSBC says rate cuts aren’t enough — governments need to spend to escape recession

"Central banks, particularly the ECB, have become increasingly vocal that they are very close to reaching the limits of what monetary policy can do."

Global banks have cut 30,000 jobs this year. It’s a sign the banking crisis is only getting worse.

Deutsche Bank leads the way on cuts, but Barclays, HSBC, Société Générale and Citigroup are also reducing headcount.
Bondi Bay in Sydney, Australia.

These are the top 10 countries to live and work, according to 18,000 expats

Many people dream of moving to a new country in search of new beginnings and better job opportunities — but have no idea where to look.
Newly deposed HSBC CEO John Flint.

HSBC’s CEO is out in a shocking departure, and the firm is set to lay off thousands

HSBC chief financial officer Ewen Stevenson said the firm expects to have $650 million to $700 million in severance costs this year.

Earnings season isn’t over quite yet. Here are the 6 companies to watch — and what you should look out for.

Disney, HSBC, and CVS are all set to announce earnings next week. Uber will release its second-ever quarterly report.

Singaporeans spend triple the time searching for property than reading their children bedtime stories or speaking to their parents: HSBC study

Singaporeans spend more than 3 hours a week looking at property, but less than an hour talking to their parents.