HSBC Holdings PLC (0005)

44.85
+0.85(+1.93%)
  • Volume:
    35,321,341
  • Bid/Ask:
    44.85/44.90
  • Day's Range:
    44.35 - 45.30

0005 Overview

Prev. Close
44
Day's Range
44.35-45.3
Revenue
447.57B
Open
44.5
52 wk Range
38.3-50.85
EPS
4.33
Volume
35,321,341
Market Cap
894.06B
Dividend (Yield)
1.72
(3.83%)
Average Vol. (3m)
19,253,342
P/E Ratio
10.29
Beta
1.03
1-Year Change
2.51%
Shares Outstanding
20,155,528,586
Next Earnings Date
Feb 22, 2022
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HSBC Holdings PLC Company Profile

Industry
Banks
Sector
Financial
Employees
223448

HSBC Holdings plc provides banking and financial services worldwide. The company operates through Wealth and Personal Banking, Commercial Banking, and Global Banking and Markets segments. The Wealth and Personal Banking segment offers retail banking products and services, including current and savings accounts, mortgages and personal loans, credit and debit cards, and local and international payment services for ultra high net worth individuals; and wealth management services comprising insurance and investment products, global asset management services, investment management, and private wealth solutions. The Commercial Banking segment provides credit and lending, treasury management, payment, cash management, commercial insurance, and investment services, as well as commercial cards, and international trade and receivables finance services; foreign exchange products; and capital raising services on debt and equity markets; and advisory services. It serves small and medium sized enterprises, mid-market enterprises, and corporates. The Global Banking and Markets segment offers financing, advisory, and transaction services; and credit, rates, foreign exchange, equities, money markets, and securities services, as well as engages in principal investment activities. It serves government, corporate and institutional clients, and private investors. HSBC Holdings plc was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • HSBC HOLDINGS Buys Back 6.5M Shrs Ytd for GBP27.24M
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    • HSBC Buys Back Over 1.89M Shrs in London Ytd, Involving GBP8.35M
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      • HSBC HOLDINGS Buys Back Over 4.1M Shrs Ytd for GBP17.93M
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        • M Stanley Lifts HSBC HOLDINGS TP to $48; Rated Equalweight
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          • HSBC HOLDINGS Completes Issuance of US$5B Notes
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            • G Sachs Hikes HSBC HOLDINGS TP to $61, Rated *Buy*
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              • JPM Adds HSBC HOLDINGS TP to $46; Rated *Neutral*
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                • BofAS Lifts HSBC HOLDINGS  TP to $49.63, Rated ***Neutral***
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                  • BofAS Lifts HSBC HOLDINGS 2023 PBT Forecast, TP to $45.57
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                    • Time to buy in before it hits 50!
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                      • Huge sell signal! 40.99. Soon
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                        • HSBC HOLDINGS (00005.HK) plans to cut 82 British branches this year, reported foreign media.
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                          • Rocket!
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                            • KOKSAKI
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                              • 🚀
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                                • Phrase one salary cut commenced. Front line staff expected a 20% cut on salary payment.
                                  1
                                  • Is it in the press? Link please
                                    1
                                  • This East India company will soon collapsed
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                                • phrase one salary cut commenced
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                                  • HSBC is still overvalued. The accelerating collapse of Hong Kong mortgages is not priced in yet, if the HK property market collapses by another 10-20% (very realistic), HSBC is going to be sitting on a giant bag of rubbish.
                                    5
                                    • oh God... wish I never invested...
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                                      • Can i do some money laundering with this stock?
                                        1
                                        • once Biden will elected the stock will go up
                                          8
                                          • Right on communist. Money is more important than freedom.
                                            1
                                          • Nope. Senile Joe will destroy the markets.
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                                        • I am getting some more. Lots of room to grow!
                                          6
                                          • Too early I believe. CAnnot see any sign of reversal yet but looking at it
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                                          • agree , we have not seen the lowest point.
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                                          • i think.u can wait another 4mo to 8 mo before this can have significant gain
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                                        • it s a dead company, if investor just knew how risky operations is settled it s just a scary. technology behind, they lose the battle and did not shift correctly west to east offshoring
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                                          • Strong buy and sell on Wednesday.
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                                            • What a stupid idea to suspend dividend. It's not like they don't have enough money to lend. Politically motivated central bankers have no clue as to what needs to be done.
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                                              • A dividend cut its a must in a bad situation! If you want the company to succeed, that's the right way.
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                                              • fully agree. other companies increase dividends and lay off thousands of families to save their shareholders.
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