HBC1.F - HSBC Holdings plc

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
8.089
+0.140 (+1.76%)
At close: 11:55AM CEST
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Previous close7.949
Open7.964
Bid8.127 x 1000000
Ask8.229 x 1000000
Day's range7.964 - 8.089
52-week range7.466 - 9.000
Volume700
Avg. volume3,286
Market cap159.74B
Beta1.07
PE ratio (TTM)17.14
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.43 (5.37%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-17
1y target estN/A
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    By Alasdair Reilly LONDON (LPC) - UK supermarket Sainsbury’s has agreed £3.5 billion of syndicated loans to back its proposed £7.3 billion acquisition of Walmart's Asda, the company said on Wednesday. ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

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  • HSBC Separates Retail Banking Unit to Complete Ring Fencing
    Zacks16 days ago

    HSBC Separates Retail Banking Unit to Complete Ring Fencing

    HSBC Holdings (HSBC) successfully completes ring-fencing as required by the U.K. government.

  • HSBC hires Salsano as head of German corporate and institutional business
    Reuters16 days ago

    HSBC hires Salsano as head of German corporate and institutional business

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - HSBC (HSBA.L) said on Tuesday it has hired Nicolo Salsano to lead its corporate and institutional client business in Germany. Salsano, who is joining from Chinese insurer Anbang , ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    HSBC hires Salsano as head of German corporate and institutional business

    HSBC said on Tuesday it has hired Nicolo Salsano to lead its corporate and institutional client business in Germany. Salsano, who is joining from Chinese insurer Anbang, will be responsible for HSBC's ...

  • The Wall Street Journal16 days ago

    [$$] Lawsuits Seek Millions From HSBC Following China Fishery Probe

    Both lawsuits were filed against the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp. Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York, where China Fishery sought bankruptcy protection two years ago. According to lawyers for the trustee, William Brandt Jr., HSBC broke ranks with other lenders in 2015, petitioning for the appointment of a liquidator just as the fishery business was beginning to recover from a series of setbacks.

  • Are Humanoid Robots & AI the Future of Banking Industry?
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  • HSBC Hires RBS's Stevenson to Succeed Mackay as Finance Director
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    HSBC Hires RBS's Stevenson to Succeed Mackay as Finance Director

    HSBC Holdings Plc announced that former Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc Finance Director Ewen Stevenson will succeed Iain Mackay who is retiring after 11 years with the firm. Bloomberg's Stephen Morris ...

  • RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC
    Reuters24 days ago

    RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC

    Ewen Stevenson, currently chief financial officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L), is to become finance director of Britain's HSBC (HSBA.L), HSBC said on Monday. Stevenson will replace Iain Mackay who is retiring. HSBC CEO John Flint described Stevenson as a "strategic thinker" and "accomplished expert" in his field.

  • Reuters24 days ago

    RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC

    Ewen Stevenson, currently chief financial officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is to become finance director of Britain's HSBC, HSBC said on Monday. Stevenson will replace Iain Mackay who is retiring. HSBC CEO John Flint described Stevenson as a "strategic thinker" and "accomplished expert" in his field.

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    RBS's Stevenson to become finance chief at HSBC

    Ewen Stevenson, currently chief financial officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) , is to become finance director of Britain's HSBC, HSBC said on Monday. Stevenson will replace Iain Mackay who is retiring. HSBC CEO John Flint described Stevenson as a "strategic thinker" and "accomplished expert" in his field.

  • What Is HSBC Holdings plc’s (LON:HSBA) Share Price Doing?
    Simply Wall St.25 days ago

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  • Reuterslast month

    HSBC battles entrenched locals, past mistakes in U.S. credit card push

    HSBC's push into credit cards and personal loans in the United States will be no easy task as the bank faces entrenched domestic rivals and the legacy of a previous disastrous foray into U.S. lending. The move by HSBC to embrace a riskier but more lucrative slice of the U.S. market, that it has largely shunned in recent years, is part of its broader strategy announced on Monday to improve profitability - eyeing a global return on equity of 11 percent by 2020. The bank's U.S. return on tangible equity, a key measure of profitability, is currently just 0.9 percent.

  • HSBC battles entrenched locals, past mistakes in U.S. credit card push
    Reuterslast month

    HSBC battles entrenched locals, past mistakes in U.S. credit card push

    HSBC's push into credit cards and personal loans in the United States will be no easy task as the bank faces entrenched domestic rivals and the legacy of a previous disastrous foray into U.S. lending. The move by HSBC to embrace a riskier but more lucrative slice of the U.S. market, that it has largely shunned in recent years, is part of its broader strategy announced on Monday to improve profitability - eyeing a global return on equity of 11 percent by 2020. The bank's U.S. return on tangible equity, a key measure of profitability, is currently just 0.9 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    HSBC battles entrenched locals, past mistakes in U.S. credit card push

    HSBC's push into credit cards and personal loans in the United States will be no easy task as the bank faces entrenched domestic rivals and the legacy of a previous disastrous foray into U.S. lending. The move by HSBC to embrace a riskier but more lucrative slice of the U.S. market, that it has largely shunned in recent years, is part of its broader strategy announced on Monday to improve profitability - eyeing a global return on equity of 11 percent by 2020.

  • HSBC to Focus on Growth and Expansion for Higher Profits
    Zackslast month

    HSBC to Focus on Growth and Expansion for Higher Profits

    HSBC aims to improve performance with special focus on building operations in Asia including Hong Kong, in order to deliver high single digit revenue growth every year.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] HSBC CEO Promises to Invest $17 Billion in Technology and Asia Growth

    LONDON—The new chief executive of HSBC Holdings PLC said Monday the bank is in growth mode and plans to invest up to $17 billion in China and new technologies, but ruled out major acquisitions in the near future. In his first strategy update since taking over from former CEO Stuart Gulliver in February, John Flint said the bank is on the right track but needs to pick up the pace on improving returns. To get there, he said HSBC will invest more in Asia, including in China’s Pearl River Delta region and the bank’s wealth businesses, and in technology.

  • HSBC to invest $15-17 billion by 2020 in push for growth
    Reuterslast month

    HSBC to invest $15-17 billion by 2020 in push for growth

    HSBC will invest $15-17 billion (11-12 billion pounds) in the next three years in areas including technology and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new CEO John Flint said on Monday, while keeping profitability and dividend targets little changed. In a first public outline of his strategy at the helm of Europe's biggest bank by market capitalisation, Flint set out ambitions to grow its return on tangible equity to 11 percent, in line with previous targets, from 6.8 percent in 2017. The update marks a shift in HSBC's post-2008 crisis attitude from cost-cutting and restructuring to investment and growth, but analysts said the focus on China and technology were familiar themes.

  • HSBC to invest $15-17 billion by 2020 in push for growth
    Reuterslast month

    HSBC to invest $15-17 billion by 2020 in push for growth

    HSBC will invest $15-17 billion in the next three years in areas including technology and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new CEO John Flint said on Monday, while keeping profitability and dividend targets little changed. In a first public outline of his strategy at the helm of Europe's biggest bank by market capitalization, Flint set out ambitions to grow its return on tangible equity to 11 percent, in line with previous targets, from 6.8 percent in 2017. The update marks a shift in HSBC's (HSBA.L) post-2008 crisis attitude from cost-cutting and restructuring to investment and growth, but analysts said the focus on China and technology were familiar themes.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    HSBC to invest $15-17 bln by 2020 in push for growth

    HSBC will invest $15-17 billion in the next three years in areas including technology and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new CEO John Flint said on Monday, while keeping profitability and dividend targets little changed. In a first public outline of his strategy at the helm of Europe's biggest bank by market capitalisation, Flint set out ambitions to grow its return on tangible equity to 11 percent, in line with previous targets, from 6.8 percent in 2017. The update marks a shift in HSBC's post-2008 crisis attitude from cost-cutting and restructuring to investment and growth, but analysts said the focus on China and technology were familiar themes.

  • HSBC New CEO Flint's $17 Billion Plan Falls Flat on Investors
    Bloomberglast month

    HSBC New CEO Flint's $17 Billion Plan Falls Flat on Investors

    HSBC Holdings Plc Chief Executive Officer John Flint’s plan to pour as much as $17 billion into expanding its key Asian markets and improving technology failed to inspire investors. In his first wide-ranging plan since taking the helm four months ago, Flint said the bank would invest roughly two thirds of that amount by 2020 to build its presence in Hong Kong, China’s Pearl River Delta region, and wealth management in Asia. The rest will be spent on technology upgrades while HSBC will just maintain dividends, a letdown for some.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    HSBC to invest $15-17 bln as strategy swings from shrink to grow

    HSBC will invest $15-17 billion in areas including technology and its core Asian markets of Hong Kong and China as it swings from a strategy of cost-cutting to growth, new Chief Executive John Flint said on Monday. The announcement is Flint's first public indication to shareholders of the strategy he intends to pursue at HSBC, which has struggled to meet its profit goals in recent years after a shrinking of its global empire also cut income. The bank is targeting a return on tangible equity of 11 percent by 2020, Flint said, and will sustain its dividends at current levels.

  • Does HSBC Holdings plc’s (LON:HSBA) PE Ratio Warrant A Sell?
    Simply Wall St.last month

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