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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
  0.80 0.18% 436.95 14,631,180 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
436.35 436.55 436.60 432.60 433.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 46,133.54 6,419.67 13.90 32.4 88,989
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:06:26 O 14 434.261 GBX

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12/6/2021
09:20
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 436.15p.
Hsbc Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 432.60p and a 12 week average price of 412.15p.
The 1 year high share price is 462p while the 1 year low share price is currently 281.50p.
There are currently 20,366,046,715 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,768,638 shares. The market capitalisation of Hsbc Holdings Plc is £88,989,441,121.19.
04/6/2021
21:19
xamf: Luke. Thanks for the heads up. HSBA has been typically trading 440 to 452 over the last couple of weeks. Its drop today mirrored that of Barclays and Lloyds. In probability we should see a rise from here in the absence of anything stock specific as we’ve bounced off the support level. I regularly switch between stocks and am only looking for small rises so have less of a longer term view. I do accept though that the share price has drifted back to its typical recent trading range since hitting 462 last Friday. Hopefully todays bounce off 441 support will see it test 452 resistance short term. Wishing you a fab weekend.
04/6/2021
17:20
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.
25/5/2021
08:07
porsche1945: Noel Quinn, chief executive of HSBC, said that because of its volatility the bank had no faith in bitcoin as an asset class From the Times. What a dinosaur, everyone from morgan stanley to goldman in usa getting onboard with crypto while serial under achiever hsbc languishes as usual at sub a fiver. I njoyed trading these but theyre going nowhere, less than half the price they were in 1999 while US and even most euro banks now back to full share prices. UK listing dragging down HK, 30 pc uplift Berenberg reckon if single listed in HK. Stick to usd investments, S&P growth, dividend stocks are dead. Plus UK and sterling terminal.
24/5/2021
15:43
geckotheglorious: Luke141 "A young Aussie trading out of Hong Kong" Lucky you! :) I fear Honkers has had its best day. Hope you're correct about HSBC's share price direction... Good luck you.
28/4/2021
10:32
geckotheglorious: I see every man and his dog is out today with some rec or another!!!! BARCLAYS RAISES HSBC PRICE TARGET TO 480 (470) PENCE - 'UNDERWEIGHT' BERENBERG RAISES HSBC PRICE TARGET TO 470 (400) PENCE - 'HOLD' GOLDMAN SACHS RAISES HSBC PRICE TARGET TO 555 (535) PENCE - 'BUY' RBC RAISES HSBC PRICE TARGET TO 480 (465) PENCE - 'SECTOR PERFORM' SOCGEN RAISES HSBC PRICE TARGET TO 424 (415) PENCE - 'HOLD'
27/4/2021
07:02
skinny: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/hsbc-HSBA/share-news/HSBC-Holdings-PLC-HSBC-Holdings-1Q-2021-earnings-r/84918500 https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/hsbc-HSBA/share-news/HSBC-Holdings-PLC-HSBC-Holdings-1Q-2021-audio-webc/84918703
26/4/2021
09:30
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
22/2/2021
13:07
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.
06/8/2020
15:02
coxsmn: Try googling 'hsba share price' and select 'max' on the graph duration.
01/6/2020
08:51
milliethedog: FTSE 100 investors: I’d buy this stock in June! Motley Fool With the FTSE 100 index down by 20% in the year to date, I believe now could be a great opportunity for investors to buy shares. In a turbulent market, having a long-term outlook is usually beneficial. This should enable the investor to ride out fluctuations in the market and benefit from the economy’s likely recovery. Here is a company I would buy and hold for the long term. HSBC HSBC’s (LSE: HSBA) share price has taken a pounding this year, dropping by 37%. In fact, its poor run extends further, with a 40% slump in the past five years. Times have been challenging for the bank. Brexit, ultra-low interest rates and Covid-19 have made lending extremely difficult. Many businesses — some of which HSBC has lent money to — are likely to go bankrupt. Recently, the bank set aside $3bn for bad loans. A problem for FTSE 100 investors? Following discussions with the Bank of England and the regulator, HSBC has also cancelled its dividend payments. This is a measure that many other FTSE 100 companies have taken. Management will be reviewing the dividend policy at the end of 2020. For some, this might be a sticking point as HSBC’s generous dividend was a major pull for FTSE 100 income investors. Despite cost-cutting measures, in Q1 the bank reported profit before tax fell by 48% to $3.2bn when compared to the same period in 2019. The bank foresees worsening global economic conditions in 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak. To mitigate a predicted reduction in turnover, HSBC has looked to slash costs further. A restructuring plan has been outlined, with the bank likely to redirect more resources to Asia. The plans might include the sale of HSBC’s US business, and possibly even its French retail network. My Foolish colleague Karl Loomes thinks this makes sense and could lead to a more efficient company. I am inclined to agree with him. HSBC also has a large investment banking division, unlike some of its FTSE 100 rivals. In a turbulent market, the bank might see an increase in trading activity, which could offset some of the declining revenue in other areas of the business. The fall in its share price means that the stock has a price-to-earnings ratio of 16. This might indicate that the company’s shares are trading at a price below intrinsic value. The short term will likely be rocky for shareholders, and the true economic damage caused by the coronavirus remains unknown. No one is sure how long it will take for the economy to fully recover. However, I feel sure that in the future things will slowly go back to normal. We are already seeing signs of this, with some retail stores reopening. In time, customers and businesses will regain lost confidence. When the tide turns, a leaner HSBC — and its shareholders — will hopefully benefit. I think HSBC’s low share price could be a great buy for a long-term FTSE 100 value investor.
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