Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
HSBC Holdings LSE:HSBA London Ordinary Share GB0005405286 ORD $0.50 (UK REG)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.70p -2.08% 644.10p 655.50p 655.70p 666.00p 647.60p 660.40p 6,018,678,936 11:32:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 47,218.6 12,710.1 35.5 17.2 128,483.58

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06/11/2018
16:36
Chinese insurer overtakes BlackRock to become HSBC's biggest shareholder Dow Jones (no link available) Also in: FT.com Ping An Insurance, a major Chinese insurer, has overtaken BlackRock as the biggest shareholder of HSBC. Ping An's asset management arm had a 5 percent stake in HSBC, which rose to more than 7 percent last week. HSBC said it welcomed Ping An as a long-term investor.
jeffian
29/10/2018
09:37
Jefferies International Buy 631.10 950.00 Reiterates Shore Capital Hold 629.00 Upgrades
skinny
29/10/2018
08:39
4.3% up intraday and on track for positive jaws by year end. New Chief Executive delivering his promises...long may it continue.Gw
gunwalloe
29/10/2018
08:24
Jefferies International Buy 631.10 950.00 Reiterates Shore Capital Hold 629.00 Upgrades
skinny
29/10/2018
07:28
Nothing wrong with these figures.
patientcapital
29/10/2018
07:26
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/10/29/hsbc-reports-2018-third-quarter-earnings.html ‘ Europe's largest bank reports a 28 percent rise in pre-tax profit for the third quarter • HSBC's third-quarter reported profit before tax up 28 percent year-over-year to $5.922 billion, slightly missing expectations. • HSBC shares listed in London and Hong Kong have fallen by more than 20 percent since the start of the year as global growth prospects are increasingly threatened by uncertainties surrounding trade. ' Yen Nee Lee Published 3 Hours Ago Updated 2 Hours Ago CNBC.com
togglebrush
25/10/2018
06:19
RBC CUTS HSBC HOLDINGS TO 'UNDERPERFORM' (SECTOR PERFORM) - PRICE TARGET 560 (730) PENCE
countless
24/10/2018
07:39
Support level 572p.
action
24/10/2018
07:14
The start of trend from this range to recent highs. I don't have chart knowledge.
action
23/10/2018
18:04
What's your rationale?
f880gna
23/10/2018
17:38
I reckon lowest price range 535-542.Not 500p
action
23/10/2018
15:46
Excellent artice by John Burford on ii - HSBC racing to £5 in short term. With the FTSE 100 breaking through the thin ice I mentioned last week – it was down 300 points on the week – my prediction for the financials to lead the way lower is coming to pass. We are seeing a repeat of the 2007/2008 scenario which lead to the Credit Crunch as credit suddenly contracted. All things being equal, one would expect banks' income would increase as rates and margins rise and share values would improve. Sadly, in the real world, with rates coming off easy money near-zero rates, loan demand falls off and borrowers are inclined to pay off existing debt, rather than take on new. The stalling UK real estate market here is testament to this economic law. So today I will focus on one of the major banks, HSBC. Previously, I have covered Lloyds which remains in a severe downtrend. But HSBC is a different animal as it has extensive Far East operations. After all, 'H' stands for Hong Kong and 'S' for shanghai! Until recently, this region was considered the saviour of global economic growth in which HSBC was destined to play a considerable role. What's holding back HSBC shares? That sentiment led to the bull market from the May 2016 lows around £4 to the £8 high in January. Of course, no bullish story no matter how plausible remains unchallenged for long. Earlier this year, doubts were growing of the perpetual China growth theme and HSBC shares suffered a set-back to the £6.50 area. There, the Dip Buyers came out in full force and pushed the shares up to the £7.50 level. That was where I started to look for a short trade. see chart on ii as cannot copy! I had already drawn in the pink trendline and reckoned that if the shares retreated back to that line, it would set up a nice Head & Shoulders reversal pattern - provided the market could break decisively through that pink line of support. And that is precisely what it did last week with the plunge down to the £6.30 level. So now I have a confirmed H&S reversal (provided the shares do not rise back up above the £6.80 area) and can use the Measured Target Rule* to project an immediate goal at the £5 area. Also, if the shares are in a third wave down, that journey should be accomplished fairly rapidly. *For chart technicians, this is a very well-known rule. It states that the minimum target is obtained by measuring the height of the Head above the neckline and applying that to the distance below the neckline break to the target.
countless
20/9/2018
12:02
Broker Forecast - Credit Suisse issues a broker note on HSBC Holdings PLCCredit Suisse today upgrades its investment rating on HSBC Holdings PLC (LON:HSBA) to neutral (from underperform) and raised its price target to 720p (from 680p). I don't own any, just put it on for you chaps
jpjohn1
11/9/2018
09:14
"Redburn downgrades HSBC to 'sell', warns of QT's impact on HK" hxxps://uk.webfg.com/news/broker-recommendations/redburn-downgrades-hsbc-to-sell-warns-of-qts-impact-on-hk--3473807.html
stemis
11/9/2018
08:56
New Low of the year.
action
04/9/2018
12:23
Zangdook,You must have good taste in share selection then !
garycook
04/9/2018
12:10
This IG advertising spam seems to be on every board I look at
zangdook
04/9/2018
10:57
HSBC Holdings PLC (LSE) (HSBA.L) Already an IG client? Log in to trade SELL 678.60 BUY 678.70 0.2 3.80pts (0.56%) High: 681.8 Low: 677.6 86% of client accounts are long on this market
garycook
02/9/2018
21:04
Crispin Odey is a large shareholder in Tungsten Corporation TUNG so if you believe the Torygraph tripe and you think Odey walks on water take a look at their sorry state.
jsforum
30/8/2018
12:02
Mr Odey mentions small business lending as a reason high street banks are losing business. Peer to peer lending might be popular for a reason - until the risks are realised. I just don't believe that HSBC will lose value because it is missing out on more risky business.
shieldbug
30/8/2018
06:59
Yes, Metro and Wonga are doing so well aren't they?
ianood
30/8/2018
06:52
This is why your bank shares are going down. Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/08/20/high-street-banks-could-go-way-department-stores-says-hedge/ Odey new target banks. Https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00BZ6STL67/ Https://www.businessinsider.com/richest-hedge-fund-managers-in-britain-sunday-times-rich-list-2018-5?r=UK&IR=T#t12-yan-huo-2 Odey no longer a billionaire he has lost a lot of his net worth. Odey is also betting against electric cars. Http://citywire.co.uk/wealth-manager/news/crispin-odey-tesla-feels-like-its-entering-final-stage-of-life/a1148114 Please do your own research.
qantas
27/8/2018
17:07
Off topic but check nuog ticker ,well worth a look 👀
thecashmoney
27/8/2018
17:06
Just do your own research and ignore the noise is my advice,it's quite obvious that NUOG /MFDEVCO is on the cusp of transformational news .Comms from the company via tweets says negotiations are drawing to a conclusion,last rns from chairman states it's progressing .Recent podcast designed to be non promotional imvho .Think of it like buying a car ,you don't tell the other parties how much you love it ,you say it needs new tyres , exhaust is on its way out etc ,you want the best deal possible . According to my research it's a win win win for all involved. OSX-3 owners want more from their asset , dommo current operators need cash revenue to raise to develop other assets.Mfdevco obviously will be truly transformational as the podcast states it will put mfdevco in a very forward position,with most of the steps allready completed,alot of money has already been spent and will put this company in a very advanced state compared to its current market capitalisation.CM
thecashmoney
25/8/2018
13:38
At 686p why not.Good yield of 5.5%,and the biggest valued company on the FTSE 100,by Mcap.
garycook
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