Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hsbc Holdings Plc LSE:HSBA London Ordinary Share GB0005405286 ORD $0.50 (UK REG)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 432.80 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
433.50 433.55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 46,133.54 6,419.67 13.90 31.3 88,144
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 432.80 GBX

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2021-10-18 16:30:29430.7510,000,00043,075,000.00O
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2021-10-18 16:26:02433.7421,26092,213.12O
2021-10-18 16:25:55433.952,87112,458.59O
2021-10-18 16:17:55432.184251,836.77O
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Hsbc Daily Update: Hsbc Holdings Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HSBA. The last closing price for Hsbc was 432.80p.
Hsbc Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 358.45p and a 12 week average price of 358.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 462p while the 1 year low share price is currently 302.15p.
There are currently 20,366,046,715 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,405,258 shares. The market capitalisation of Hsbc Holdings Plc is £88,144,250,182.52.
jubberjim: Quick question I have heard of a "bear trap " with regards to share prices But does anyone know the term for when one thinks the bull run is coming to an end Or is it as simple as "end of bull run" Thanks very much in advance
jubberjim: Suet Regarding Boris and his entitlement to a holiday Am I the only one that finds it convenient that he has sloped off just as the newspapers headlines this morning emphasise his chronic mishandling of the covid crisis He is therefore not available to answer any questions regarding said pandemic Dominic Cummings seems to have being speaking the truth with his reference to the complete disregard to the death toll shown by Boris in relation to aged victims of the covid crisis With regard to hsba I have no confidence in the share prices continued upward trajectory I am amazed the markets have driven it this far Evergrande is still looking with the debt repayments being missed to be forgotten about Barclays and Lloyds are a more plausible buying option for me but will wait a while yet Watching waiting buying more gold this am
jubberjim: Just for clarity I do not know how to open a short position but I do know I will not be buying any shares in hsba too much risk no matter what the learned posters on here promote I will in all likelihood await the bye election in bexley a safe conservative seat??? before making amy future investments . Does anyone think that there will be a raise if the interest rate under the current circumstances before said bye election I will hold my gold And the remainder of my oils and hope I don t slip up The rest some 60 % is held in cash opportunities will pop up and I want to have the wherewithal to act when I feel it and not be guided by others. It was interesting to me how Hargreaves responded to the brokers recommendation today bearing in mind that I do not see a lot of dealing going on with the paucity of the share prices movement in either direction The markets are unrealistic in my humble opinion FOMO is the catalyst but caution is my key Good luck y'all
geckotheglorious: HSBC shares extend rally to 13% but are still ‘cheap’ Banks will make more money if interest rates rise, but this global bank should shine even if they don’t. Downtrodden HSBC Holdings shares look to be “very very cheap” if interest rates rise, a leading analyst said today after swinging behind the banking giant for the first time in years. UBS's Jason Napier, who upgrades his rating from ‘neutral’; to ‘buy’, said the shares would still be cheap even if rates stay the same, having seen HSBC endure one of the worst performances in European banking this year. The Asia-facing bank hit its low point for 2021 at 359p in mid-September, but Napier thinks there's a potential upside to 485p based on the near-term earnings prospects and potential for margins-enhancing rate rises. HSBC has been on UBS's list of least preferred European banks since at least 2017, reflecting interest-rate headwinds, restructuring costs and a preference for more focused plays. Napier said: “Now, however, at current levels and given the outlook, we think HSBC represents favourable risk-reward driven by a number of key factors, which individually would be material and combined make for a compelling case in our view.” His chief reasons for buying the heavyweight stock include the potential for buybacks and special dividends after HSBC disclosed £5.5 billion in excess capital at the half-year stage. This could mean a $2 billion buyback to be announced at the third quarter results. Napier also believes the market is undervaluing HSBC's growth potential, which is based on management's own stated target for 5% a year income growth. Interest rate cuts have cost the bank 20% of profitability since 2019, so even a slight recovery in margins once rates start to rise next year should mean strong profit momentum for a bank of HSBC's size. Even if rates don't rise, Napier is forecasting 10% pre-provision profit growth into 2022 due to the impact of cost and capital restructuring as well as the strong loan book quality. Shares defied today's wider market gloom to rally more than 3% or 12.95p to 405.95p. HSBC's 50% share price underperformance since the middle of 2019 puts the stock at 8.2 times the City's forward earnings per share consensus, representing a 10% discount to the European banking sector average. Geopolitical risk and the lack of decent dividends during the period of Covid-19 have also reduced the appeal of a stock that accounts for about 4% of the FTSE 100 index and 11% of the European banking sector. Investors may be fearful about contagion from the debt crisis at property giant China Evergrande Group, but Napier sees concerns around HSBC's $6 billion exposure to mainland China real estate as overdone. He added: “We think HSBC is the largest investor bank underweight in Europe: an issue if a discount valuation, turn in rates cycle, return to decent pay-outs and improved confidence around medium-term growth cause a shift in relative performance.”
mo123: UBS, HSBC and Blackrock have been accumulating Evergrande bonds over the past few months, according to Morningstar Direct Data. Probably adding them to their Asian bond funds. Explains to some extent the weakness of the share price.
porsche1945: HSBC Share Price in a Freefall Ahead of UBS Q2 Earnings Written By Crispus Nyaga on Jul 19, 2021, 07:08 BST The HSBC share price is struggling. The stock declined in the past four straight days and is trading at the lowest level since February. This weakness accelerated today in Hong Kong, where the shares crashed by more than 2%. It has declined by more than 13% from its highest level this year ahead of UBS earnings. HSBC news. HSBC shares have been under pressure lately as the geopolitical tensions between the US and China escalate. Last week, the Biden administration cautioned American companies operating in Hong Kong. They asked companies to be a bit cautious because of the recently passed national security law. At the same time, the administration sanctioned seven Chinese officials for their role on the crackdown in the city. HSBC is caught in the middle of these geopolitical tensions because of its Western roots and its current strategy for expanding its business in China. Therefore, there are concerns that Beijing could introduce new measures to punish the bank.
luke141: Hi xamf, HSBA price action today may be due to caution (June 4 Vigil ban and 7000 police presence in HK). I maybe wrong -let's see what happens Monday - but price consolidation seems to be happening at this time for HSBA.
estienne: From Questor: So what will HSBC look like in five years’ time? Its own plan is that almost all of its business will be in Asia, with perhaps the sole exception of the British arm, yet it will remain headquartered, listed and regulated here. Is this tenable, and what are the consequences for investors if it’s not? This column believes that such an arrangement cannot work. A London listing means Western attitudes towards governance among the board and investors. The gulf between those attitudes and what is going on in China and Hong Kong – whose previous de facto independence from the mainland under “one country, two systems” has been crushed – widens by the day. How long before the increasing importance to institutional investors of ESG, supported by public and political disquiet over China’s behaviour, renders the new HSBC unworkable? With hindsight we can now see that HSBC’s centre of gravity has never shifted from the Far East and the London listing remains an anomaly. A split is inevitable once the bank has made its planned disposals in Europe and America. There will, Questor predicts, be a giant Asian bank headquartered in Hong Kong and a smaller one based here. The latter may make a suitable investment for readers but there are an awful lot of challenges to overcome first. HSBC’s proposed transformation is enormously complicated and there’s a lot that could go wrong. Meanwhile the reason for which we advised readers to stick with the shares 14 months ago, the generous dividend, no longer holds. Paid at the time at 51 cents a year, it was axed on the orders of regulators during the first wave of the pandemic and has now been reinstated at just 15 cents. The bank’s new policy is to pay shareholders 40pc-55pc of earnings and analysts at Investec, the bank, expect earnings per share of 34 cents and a dividend of 20 cents in the current year, which implies a yield of about 3.4pc at the current share price and exchange rate. A not particularly generous income and a future of painful, intricate and expensive restructuring. There are better homes for your money. Questor says: sell Share price at close: 419p
supermarky: Asia is where all the growth is these days. I can see hsba share price about to go pop from here. It is certainly fully loaded to break out on the charts.
coxsmn: Try googling 'hsba share price' and select 'max' on the graph duration.
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