HSBC Holdings PLC ADR (HSBC)

31.19
-0.62(-1.95%)
  • Volume:
    529,079
  • Bid/Ask:
    31.18/31.19
  • Day's Range:
    31.04 - 31.40

HSBC Overview

Prev. Close
31.81
Day's Range
31.04 - 31.4
Revenue
57.75B
Open
31.07
52 wk Range
17.95 - 32.16
EPS
1.46
Volume
529,079
Market Cap
126.81B
Dividend (Yield)
0.75 (2.37%)
Average Vol. (3m)
2,083,478
P/E Ratio
21.75
Beta
0.64
1-Year Change
24.11%
Shares Outstanding
20,423,842,747
Next Earnings Date
Aug 02, 2021
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HSBC Holdings PLC ADR Company Profile

HSBC Holdings PLC ADR Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
224652

HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC) is a banking and financial services company. The Company manages its products and services through three businesses: Wealth and Personal Banking (WPB), Commercial Banking (CMB), and Global Banking and Markets (GBM). It operates across various geographical regions, which include Europe, Asia, Middle East and North Africa, North America, and Latin America. WPB business offers Retail Banking, Wealth Management, Asset Management and Insurance. CMB products and services to serve the needs of commercial customers, including small and medium-sized enterprises, mid-market enterprises and corporates. It includes credit and lending, international trade and receivables finance, treasury management and liquidity solutions, commercial insurance and investments. GBM supports government, corporate and institutional clients, and private investors across the world.

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  • target: 0. This bank has no right to exist anymore due to their financing of terrorism and drug cartels.
    0
    • worst bank there is.
      0
      • What's going on guys?
        0
        • 11 dislikes on august 3rd basically because I said that it will fall furthermore because of their customer model and the overall financial environment. At the same time are champions in money laundering.
          1
          • What happens to the SPDR Gold Trust GLD ETF if HSBC ceases operations? Halt on withdrawals?
            0
            • It will recover because of the growth of China...
              10
              • unless biden is elected.. but i think he will. but not the HK market... im from Brunei. hsbc here is already closed since last year...
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            • I was almost certain that it will fall after the results. Basically central Banks and technology destroys commercial banks. Either way hsbc has one of the most awful customer support
              13
              • I wonder how much it will fall and if this is a good stock after a possible Biden win?
                3
                • You'll never know
                  1
                • biden might win. but not sure if CHINA will get benefit alot.. it will have a sharp turn up but will still go down.
                  0
              • If HSBC fails what will happen to the GLD ETF since they are the Custodian of the physical gold backing the ETF?
                2
                • so sad, no dividends now
                  1
                  • Well i bought some for thevdividebd
                    5
                    • hope you are going well
                      0
                  • HSBC aware of Huawei’s ties with Iran unit before arrest of founder’s daughter, documents show. Former chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou is currently fighting extradition to the US in the Canadian courts. Executive is accused of making a fraudulent presentation to the bank about the Chinese tech giant’s business dealings in Iran. . . Zhou Xin . Published: 10:00pm, 17 Jan, 2020
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                    • Hong Kong’s first digital bank offers 6 per cent rate to outdo HSBC in warning shot to new competition. ZA Bank, the city’s first digital-only bank, is said to be offering the 6 per cent rate for three-month deposits capped at HK$200,000 for select clients. Standard Chartered, HSBC and BOC Hong Kong pay 1.9 per cent to 2.3 per cent for the same deposit maturity. Topic |   Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA). . . Bloomberg . Published: 2:54pm, 12 Jan, 2020
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                      • HSBC and Santander to refund customers after breaking CMA rules. Written by . Alex Hamilton. 1st December 2019
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                        • This counter here is ADR (can google a bit about ADR). For every 1 ADR will represents 5 shares. This means that for 0.10 dividend by hsbc, ADR will gets 0.50 dividend. Likewise if dividend is 0.21 then ADR will get 1.05 dividend (feb 2019). For full list of div can refer https://www.stockopedia.com/share-prices/hsbc-holdings-LON:HSBA/dividends/
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                          • Why dividends and dividend yield are different on different websites? Feb 2019 dividend is 21 cents or 63 cents or 101 cents? Is yield 6.3 or 10%? Even within investing.com dividend history section shows yield of 6.3% but Ratios section shows 10%
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                            • any shorts?
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