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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.27% 560.40 560.20 560.50 563.60 559.20 561.70 18,403,993 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 49,862.4 15,596.9 49.4 11.7 113,409

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2019
16:19
Seems to be awaiting news of new head. If it's someone with vision and knowledge may recover - otherwise more of the slow decline in longer term price
moneysage
09/12/2019
08:54
Yield 7.12% that will do me boys, dividend on the doormat every 13 weeks, nice.
montyhedge
08/12/2019
19:03
Monty please don't keep posting the same thing over and over again like you do on the IAG board, it's pointless and adds nothing to the conversation.
gaffer73
08/12/2019
17:08
Could not resist 7% yield paid every 13 weeks.
montyhedge
05/12/2019
09:42
stronger pound weighing on big dollar-earnings stocks such as HSBC today
moneysage
05/12/2019
09:35
It's not trying very hard! Day after day, and week after week of underperformance in the share price
time_traveller
04/12/2019
11:21
hxxps://www.forexlive.com/news/!/us-china-move-closer-to-trade-deal-despite-heated-rhetoric-report-20191204 BUT still trying to find support at current price
moneysage
03/12/2019
15:34
Trump's tariffs look likely to kick in mid December, so they might go lower. Nonetheless, a good entry price.
alex1621
03/12/2019
15:07
That's it could not resist any longer and bought, yield 7.20% paid every 13 weeks.
montyhedge
03/12/2019
14:14
ONJohn - more reason to buy an INTERNATIONAL bank?
moneysage
03/12/2019
14:13
monty - 7.15% right now - looking tempting. 545 is less than 7% below current price (560) - seems like a good cushion and reason to start bagging some of these?
moneysage
03/12/2019
12:14
Moody's cuts outlook on UK banking system to negative
onjohn
03/12/2019
09:47
One thing though boys, 7.08% yield paid every 13 weeks, I'm tempted, lol.
montyhedge
03/12/2019
09:27
545p next level.
montyhedge
02/12/2019
15:55
Looks as if reality is starting to bite - manufacturing down globally. China might be able to hold things together by spending, but, unless other countries open their purses, we're heading into the big downturn, which has been delayed for far too long. Time for a clear out and pruning of the weakest.
poikka
25/11/2019
09:44
Great result for HK - unless you're Xi. Poses a bit of a problem for him, something has to give...
poikka
21/11/2019
12:12
"The International Monetary Fund's chief warned that trade tensions and resulting uncertainties could shave off 0.8% of global gross domestic product by next year. The global economy is in a "synchronized slowdown", Kristalina Georgieva, managing director of the IMF, said at the end of a roundtable discussion with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and the heads of five other international organizations in Beijing. Ninety per cent of the world's GDP is slowing compared with last year. In contrast, 75% of the world's GDP was increasing just two years ago, before the start of the US-China trade war, Georgieva said. While a variety of factors have contributed to the slowdown, key among them are the trade tensions and resulting uncertainties, she said. The IMF expects China's economy to grow 6.1% this year and slip below the 6% mark next year. The world's second-largest economy slowed to 6% growth in the third quarter of the year - its slowest pace in almost three decades - under pressure from rising debt and the trade war with the US."
poikka
21/11/2019
10:30
There's a very real risk that Xi will go for broke and totally annex Hong Kong, blaming a breakdown in law and order and risk of life to the community. Then there's the festering problem (to Xi) of Taiwan: he's been doing his very best to isolate it in diplomatic terms and with the chance that a strongly nationalistic President and VP could soon be elected, he'll either big up on disruption on the island or manufacture an excuse to annex that, too. Big risk with Taiwan having US support, but Xi's image is at stake here, and he's all about image and securing the China Sea. To weather the storm, lending in China would increase until the storm fizzled out. Doomsday scenario? It quite likely is, but I'm still staying out.
poikka
18/11/2019
09:55
FWIW 18 Nov HSBC Holdings PLC Jefferies International Buy 574.30 691.00 790.00 Upgrades
woodhawk
15/11/2019
11:29
PRU may be the better longer term bet from that list, however their share price can be battered on adverse sentiment. Longer term should do very nicely, if you can live with the volatility.
essentialinvestor
15/11/2019
11:24
Ones to watch: HSBA, STAN, PRU. Any more?
dendria
14/11/2019
17:41
Well done, but should have waited you could have bought 50p cheaper if troops move in HK.
montyhedge
14/11/2019
11:35
Back in just now at 100p cheaper than I sold my last lot, just over 3 months ago. FWIW 14 Nov HSBC Holdings PLC Goldman Sachs Buy 572.10 905.00 865.00 Reiterates
woodhawk
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