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Standard Chartered faces pressure in Asian markets

6 August 2014 Last updated at 02:59 BST

Standard Chartered is one of Britain's biggest banks. But more than three quarters of its earnings actually come from Asia.

It will release it first-half results later on Wednesday. The bank has already warned profits may fall by as much as 20% from a year earlier.

At the same time, there's been speculation both chief executive Peter Sands and chairman Sir John Peace are under pressure from some investors to stand down.

Ahead of the earnings report, our correspondents in Singapore, Hong Kong and India take a look at what's behind the bank's change in fortunes.

Watch more reports on Asia Business Report's website.

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