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HSBC Holdings plc (HSBA.L)


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624.00+1.60 (+0.26%)
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Previous close622.40
Open624.20
Bid615.00 x 200000
Ask680.00 x 372700
Day's range621.54 - 628.70
52-week range392.37 - 715.20
Volume25,234,472
Avg. volume27,849,574
Market cap120.87B
Beta0.80
PE ratio (TTM)94.55
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.40 (5.00%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    HSBC says former Diageo chief Walsh to leave its board

    HSBC said Paul Walsh, the former chief executive of drinks maker Diageo, is to step down from its board with immediate effect in order to focus on his other commitments. Walsh only joined the bank's board ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Back to basics: global investment banks beef up transaction business in Asia

    With dealmaking in Asia sluggish and Chinese investment banks taking market share from global rivals, some foreign banks are ploughing resources into transaction banking, the workaday business of financing trade, managing cash and facilitating payments. At a time of growing intra-regional trade in Asia, the largest trading region in the world, and expansion of supply-chain networks beyond China, transaction banking promises to offset slowing revenues elsewhere. While existing transaction banking powerhouses including Citigroup and HSBC are expanding sales and reach, firms who have traditionally focussed more on investment banking, such as JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank, are also bulking up.

  • Back to basics: global investment banks beef up transaction business in Asia
    Reuters4 days ago

    Back to basics: global investment banks beef up transaction business in Asia

    With dealmaking in Asia sluggish and Chinese investment banks taking market share from global rivals, some foreign banks are ploughing resources into transaction banking, the workaday business of financing trade, managing cash and facilitating payments. At a time of growing intra-regional trade in Asia, the largest trading region in the world, and expansion of supply-chain networks beyond China, transaction banking promises to offset slowing revenues elsewhere. While existing transaction banking powerhouses including Citigroup and HSBC are expanding sales and reach, firms who have traditionally focused more on investment banking, such as JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank, are also bulking up.