STAN.L - Standard Chartered PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
714.00
+2.80 (+0.39%)
As of 1:51PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close711.20
Open711.60
Bid713.80 x 30000
Ask714.20 x 134600
Day's range706.80 - 715.80
52-week range514.20 - 720.80
Volume2,204,386
Avg. volume7,693,879
Market cap23.3B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.92
PE ratio (TTM)38.59
EPS (TTM)18.50
Earnings date1 Aug 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.24 (3.50%)
Ex-dividend date2019-03-07
1y target est8.78
  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Banking gains prod European shares higher

  • Bloomberg6 days ago

    As Trade War Hits, China Factories See Slowest Growth Since 2002

    Industrial output rose 5% from a year earlier, while fixed-asset investment expanded 5.6% in the first five months. Officials have repeatedly said that the economy is strong enough to overcome the trade war and the central bank governor said recently he had “tremendous” room to adjust monetary policy if the conflict deepens. “Beijing will surely step up policy easing measures to arrest the worsening slowdown,’’ said Lu Ting, chief China economist at Nomura Holdings Inc. in Hong Kong.

  • Investing.com6 days ago

    StockBeat: UBS Feels China's Wrath After Swine Fever Comments

    By Geoffrey Smith

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    UPDATE 2-Oil majors, banks drive European shares from 3-week high

    Weakness in oil companies and banks halted a week long rally in European shares on Wednesday, as soft Chinese factory activity data and Washington's tough stance on trade talks with Beijing prompted investors to cash in some of June's gains. Defensive sectors such as media, healthcare and telecoms helped Europe's pan-regional STOXX 600 bounce off early lows. Expectations of looser monetary policy from the major central banks to counter a global growth slowdown have supported risk assets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    UPDATE 3-Hong Kong gears up for mass strikes as thousands rally overnight against extradition bill

    Hong Kong braced for mass strikes on Wednesday after thousands braved thunderstorms overnight to stage fresh protests against a proposed extradition bill that would allow people to be sent to mainland China for trial. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said she would press ahead with the legislation despite deep concerns across large swathes of the Asian financial hub that on Sunday triggered its biggest political demonstration since its handover from British to Chinese rule in 1997.

  • Should You Take Comfort From Insider Transactions At Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN)?
    Simply Wall St.10 days ago

    Should You Take Comfort From Insider Transactions At Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN)?

    We often see insiders buying up shares in companies that perform well over the long term. The flip side of that is...

  • StanChart chairman: It's grown more likely that the world will split in two
    CNBC13 days ago

    StanChart chairman: It's grown more likely that the world will split in two

    The ongoing U.S.-China rivalry could result in the world splitting into two, which will be "detrimental" to countries and companies, said Jose Vinals, group chairman at Standard Chartered Bank.

  • Oilprice.com14 days ago

    Oil Just Had Its Worst Run Since 2008

    Oil prices have entered bear territory after the worst four-week run since the 2008 financial crisis, a worrying sign for oil markets

  • Growth Pangs in India Put More Interest Rate Cuts on the Radar
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Growth Pangs in India Put More Interest Rate Cuts on the Radar

    Governor Shaktikanta Das and the inflation-targeting RBI he leads is now squarely focused on boosting investment and consumption after quarterly growth cooled to a five-year low at the beginning of 2019. A benign inflation outlook and a dovish turn by the U.S. Federal Reserve strengthened the case for policy makers to switch to an “accommodative” stance on Thursday, indicating further easing ahead. The RBI was the first of the world’s major central banks to cut interest rates this year as Das identified early on the growth risks facing the economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus16 days ago

    UPDATE 2-FTSE 100 higher as trade respite lifts banks, miners

    London's FTSE 100 rebounded on Tuesday as China's request for dialogue with the United States to resolve trade differences offered respite, while money manager Hargreaves Lansdown tumbled after the suspension of one of the Woodford investment funds. The FTSE 100, which started the day in negative territory, reversed course to end 0.4% higher, although it lagged its European counterparts due to weakness in oil majors Shell and BP. The domestically-focused midcap index rose 0.7%, helped by strength in the local currency, the pound, whose gains were prompted by the U.S. Federal Reserve opening the door to the possibility of a rate cut.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    MOVES-StanChart names new power, utilities and infrastructure global head

    Standard Chartered has hired James Cameron as its global head of power, utilities and infrastructure and cleantech, the bank said on Monday. Cameron was previously at rival HSBC, co-heading its Asia Pacific ...

  • China’s Economy Weakened in May, Early Data Show
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    China’s Economy Weakened in May, Early Data Show

    Copper prices dropped as hopes faded for a quick resolution to the trade dispute, and South Korean exports fell for a fifth month. The official Purchasing Managers’ Index, which shows sentiment in industrial companies, is due for release on May 31. “The economy will see a broad weakening in May” with the big external shock of trade war escalation, said Wan Qian, an economist at Bloomberg Economics in Hong Kong.

  • Oilprice.com25 days ago

    Is The Oil Glut Coming Back?

    Oil has seen its worst week of the year, and Friday’s small recovery points at deeper grounded fears that the oil glut could be about to return

  • Reuters25 days ago

    Dubai's Emaar Properties hires advisors for sale of district cooling unit - sources

    Dubai's Emaar Properties has hired advisors including Standard Chartered for the sale of its district cooling business, sources familiar with the situation told Reuters, as part of a broader plan to offload non-core activities. Emaar Chairman Mohammed Alabbar had said in a interview with CNBC Arabia in July last year that the group, which is 32% owned by the emirate's government, is seeking to sell assets beyond its main businesses. The developer of the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, last year hired London-headquartered Standard Chartered to advise on the disposal of five hospitality assets, which were sold to Abu Dhabi National Hotels.

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  • Investing.com29 days ago

    Asian Shares Fall Amid Trade Jitters

    Investing.com - Asian stocks fell on Thursday morning as traders kept an eye on developments between U.S. and China amid a recent escalation in trade tensions.

  • New Brexit deal, Huawei reprieve boost FTSE 100
    Reuterslast month

    New Brexit deal, Huawei reprieve boost FTSE 100

    The FTSE 100 was up 0.3%, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.5%, with builder Galliford Try leading gains after announcing job cuts. After weeks of waiting for significant updates on Brexit, investors welcomed a "new deal" for Britain's departure from the European Union set out by Prime Minister Theresa May, which offered the prospect of a possible second referendum on the agreement.

  • Could The Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN) Ownership Structure Tell Us Something Useful?
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Could The Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN) Ownership Structure Tell Us Something Useful?

    If you want to know who really controls Standard Chartered PLC (LON:STAN), then you'll have to look at the makeup of...

  • Reuterslast month

    Malaysia's first-quarter GDP growth seen cooling on weak demand, exports: Reuters poll

    Malaysia's economic growth pace likely slowed in the first quarter, due to tepid consumption and softer global demand as a result of the U.S.-China trade war, a Reuters poll showed. The poll of 13 economists predicted the economy will grow at a median rate of 4.3% in January-March, slower than the 4.7% pace of the fourth quarter. Exports from Southeast Asia's third-largest economy contracted in February and March, and will likely face sustained pressure in the coming months as the United States pursues another round of tariff increases on Chinese goods, Capital Economics said in a research note.

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