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HSBC Holdings plc (HSBA.L)

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751.70-4.60 (-0.61%)
As of 11:17AM BST. Market open.
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Previous close756.30
Bid751.60 x 200000
Ask751.80 x 372700
Day's range750.90 - 756.60
52-week range482.05 - 758.40
Avg. volume21,320,418
Market cap146.33B
PE ratio (TTM)278.41
EPS (TTM)2.7
Earnings date31 Jul 2017
Dividend & yield0.51 (5.29%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-18
1y target est8.77
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