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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Standard Chartered Plc LSE:STAN London Ordinary Share GB0004082847 ORD USD0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 1.98% 515.00 514.40 514.80 515.00 508.80 510.00 8,869,652 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 8,990.6 1,179.8 7.6 68.8 16,254

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18/4/2016
12:40
Stay well clear Friar Tucker ex Bank of England is coming The financial crisis was on HIS WATCH and it is reported he LOVED BOB with DIAMONDS from Barclays. Then when it all exploded it was HARVARD was it not ???? These HARVARD and OXBRIDGE BRIGADE look after themselves NOT SHAREHOLDERS Friar TUCKER is most WELCOME to STAN STAY well CLEAR As it goes hemay well bring alomg Ed with NO BALLs who was also one of the FINANCIAL CRASH onlookers with very little ACTION. Now in HARVARD as well. Soft touch was it not ????? They all looks after eachother. INCOMPETENCE PAYS
hvs
13/4/2016
15:59
Analysts,they tell you to sell then weeks later buy. http://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/standard-chartered-plc-58-8-potential-upside-indicated-jp-morgan-cazenove/412699110
johnyee 7
13/4/2016
15:13
China data?
redartbmud
13/4/2016
14:34
thinking much the same Rob, obviously buying pressure...but as to why... no idea !
stoxx67
13/4/2016
14:06
Any reason for 8.3% rise in Hong Kong and now 9.6% on Stan in UK FTSE?
robertfaulkner
05/4/2016
16:03
The Premiership has a massive worldwide audience, especially including SC's main markets. And you'll watch that ad for 90 minutes!
erdingtonian
04/4/2016
21:55
Since SC is so broke that they cannot pay their shareholders a final dividend, wtf are they sponsoring Liverpool FC shirts at a cost of £30 million? A bit of a slap in the face for us, methinks... It was the same thing with RBS splashing their (our) dosh on the 6 Nations Rugby Championship.
keyhole
30/3/2016
11:42
Provided that S C remains solvent the prefs are a bargain. If it were taken out by another bank they are more of a bargain. If it takes 5 years for a full recovery and it's miserable for equity dividends the coupons are a nice income. The cheaper price of STAB reflects the greater risk at the moment. But there is capital risk in more expensive prefs that look safer - because there is far more downside when interest rates rise - wheras at current price STAB has taken most of the pain !
4spiel
30/3/2016
08:48
Buy the bowl ma petite fleur :¬)
cestnous
29/3/2016
10:51
any thoughts as to why the prefs (STAB) have fallen to 102? not much above par…..usually a good level to buy prefs but I do not know much about STAN so a bit hesitant
tournesol
25/3/2016
16:47
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-3508418/MARKET-REPORT-Standard-Chartered-hurt-warning-low-commodity-prices-hurt-banks-spooks-investors-sending-shares-plummeting-7-8.html
jdb2005
24/3/2016
20:21
Banks are in for another kicking
buywell3
24/3/2016
14:40
Standard Chartered stock has rallied c.25% from the lows in February. We see revenue as the next challenge and without deeper cost cutting we struggle to see how the 8% 2018 ROE guidance can be met (MSe 4.5%) – stay UW with c.15% downside BE Dovish Fed and commodity price recovery should support asset quality to a degree, but concerns likely to stay elevated. Lower US$ financing costs (MS economists only expect one Fed rate hike in ’16) and a commodity price recovery from lows should provide some relief for borrowers. We also note activity such as Rosneft potentially taking a stake in Essar Oil showing deals could mitigate some risk on the $8bn liquidation book. We expect focus to move to emerging risks on the ‘good book’, which still has an elevated cost of risk (1.16% annualised in 2H15); we reduce loan loss estimates and give credit for normalisation to 50bps cost of risk by ’19e, which lifts our PT. BE Revenue recovery the next challenge. With 1Q16 revenue run-rate likely no better than slightly up vs 4Q15 and the rest of year facing headwinds from de-risking, lower for longer rates and weak external demand in Asia (e.g. export volume growth for China, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan contracted by 8.0% y/y in Jan-Feb 2016; see note), we now model $13.1bn of revenue in 2016e (7% below consensus). We also note increasing pressure in HK mortgages (c.12% of group loans) as lenders compete for low risk assets – front book spreads are down 10-15bps in the last few months. Our interpretation of guidance suggests that a heroic 15% core revenue CAGR 2016-18e is now required to hit the 8% 2018 ROE target BE Too early for deeper cost cuts? In a softer than expected revenue environment the obvious lever to reach for is cost control. While SCB already have an ambitious cost program in place with $2.3bn of gross savings (vs $10bn ex-levy 2015 cost base), we note that Credit Suisse, who announced their new business plan and rights issue at around the same time as SCB, have already added another CHF0.8bn (c.25%) to their cost savings target due to weak-than-expected market conditions. Our base case is for no extra cost cutting at SCB near term but this could be an upside risk. Stay Underweight – c.20% downside to Price Target. While valuation at 0.6x 2016e TNAV factors in much caution and the stock could rally further if sentiment improves on the Asian macro outlook, however when we look at the earnings power, even as far out as 2019 we find it hard to get excited
kiwi2007
18/3/2016
16:45
Double bottom and falling wedge breakout, no doubt everyone was waiting for first to make move. Or bid rumour ;)
big7ime
18/3/2016
14:02
Buywell, that is the most useless piece of chart interpretation I have ever seen. I feel no inclination to educate you however. Happy with my profit to date.
cestnous
18/3/2016
11:27
new kid on the block could you tell if the dividend is still in tack.
lexus880
18/3/2016
10:19
This is why u guys need to learn how to do charts buywell3 19 Aug'15 - 11:46 - 1982 of 2105 0 0 edit free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
buywell3
18/3/2016
10:15
wiseacre. I have examined my head and am feeling good today on this push up towards 500p. Keep buying the dips as this one has more to run as bearish sentiment towards the banking sector is just starting to turn. Dividend and buy backs for the strong banks in America are on the up, Draghi just helped the Bond market and cheaper funding , Lloyds showed their recent strength , Barcap and Stan Chartered are a little further behind in their restructuring process towards leaner safer banks that will get rerated. Good luck with any shorts.
valuerebel
17/3/2016
14:39
Are they still going to pay the final dividend this year?
boggy
15/3/2016
15:21
Anyone climbing aboard here need their head examining. My friends in Singapore tell me SC is in deep trouble. Many of the staff have been given the tin tack and in India the bank is known as Shattered Bank not Standard Chartered!
wiseacre
10/3/2016
12:52
700p target
cestnous
09/3/2016
16:39
300p target intact
rubberbullets
04/3/2016
08:45
zero rates in Europe, so banks are stinging borrowers to make up their losses? nice stan bounce off 450 lets get LMI to 2quid 11/3 china daily, fresh policies could fuel a rally till the end of april and possibly beyond, off topic, big stamp following in china, but not tempted by sgi at 20p maybe 16/17p 14/3 positive start in far east, stan V rbs dyor
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