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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
  -0.40 -0.08% 507.00 506.60 507.00 510.40 500.00 501.00 6,030,922 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 8,990.6 1,179.8 7.6 68.7 16,002

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2019
15:50
The whole purpose of the markets is to give pain and fear, however with STAN I have hope.
jackdaw4243
16/7/2019
21:28
STAN chart approaching Halloween Brexit exit looking a bit scary mary
buywell3
23/6/2019
16:26
...... The UK High St Banking System is F C U K E D ...... And not just the UK either I'm afraid. The demise of the High St Bank has arrived and the Banks have bought it upon themselves in part by shedding staff and bank closures , plus paying savers next to nothing interest wise , and providing a very poor customer experience together with various forms of miss- selling = Rip Offs. The NAILS in the Banks coffin come in the form of the FAANG stocks(Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet's Google) plus a few others. These companies are going to chance the face of GLOBAL BANKING as we know it by offering their own forms of Crypto Currencies. Other companies that are likley to do the same thing include Ali Baba , Twitter and Walmart plus a few combines that will emerge. Paper currency is now under threat as the Banks and Authorities and Countries try to pump up the bubble another time by cutting interest rates and printing money. The USA Stockmarket has just reached historical/hysterical all time highs because the FED indicated it will do what is needed to keep things going along nicely ie FED moves = dropping rates and printing money = debt rising some more. The money well I would argue can only be visited so many times and rates can only go to zero before helicopter money kicks in ie cash for nothing so folks keep spending. POG is moving up and $1350 resistance has been broken ... this IMO means that SOME investors are now going for safety as they think the interst rate/money printing game is up ... IMO regarding POG , this is an indication of what is coming down the road for the next 12 months. As TRUST in the value of paper money evaporates and POG rises , so to with the emergence of various forms of Crypto Currencies issued by MEGA rich companies that have loads of cash and do not need Banks themselves. Companies that sell their products on-line and do not need High St presence. The failure of most High St Retailers is also another symptom/clue of what is coming. Bank shares have been under-performing for many years now. Many Banks went under after the credit crunch or got acquired when they were in trouble eg: Northern Rock Bradford and Bingley Abbey National Alliance and Leicester Things have not got better The world's debt pile is hovering near a record at $244 trillion, which is more than three times the size of the global economy, according to an analysis by the Institute of International Finance acrried out on 15th Jan 2019. buywell thinks this is now worse hTtps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-21/the-world-now-has-13-trillion-of-debt-with-below-zero-yields and is getting worse with every passing week JUNE 19, 2019 Flood of debt instruments backed by property loans hits market hTtps://www.ft.com/content/904596ec-913e-11e9-b7ea-60e35ef678d2 Markets are IMO running on fumes and fear. The end is nigh IMO dyor
buywell2
05/6/2019
11:40
Come join the party #BBSN
bradbury3559
19/5/2019
13:45
The April 9, 2019 announcement that Standard Chartered agreed to pay more than $1 billion to end a five-year probe into suspected breaches of sanctions against Iran and a related investigation into the bank's financial controls, U.S. and U.K. points to basic failures in corporate governance that harmed the bank via the fines it paid and in reputation. Holders of the bank's shares can seek to hold the board accountable in U.S. court via shareholder derivative action, make positive governance and potentially receive a court awarded monetary incentive. To learn more contact jgrabar@grabarlaw.com The London-based multinational bank reached separate settlements with the Financial Conduct Authority in Britain and regulators and agencies in the U.S. over sanctions violations for allegedly concealing transactions for clients in Iran and other sanctioned countries. The bulk of the fines, $639 million, goes to the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, which oversees U.S. sanctions enforcement. The bank will also pay $427.2 million to New York's DFS and the Manhattan District Attorney. As part of its initial settlement in 2012, the bank agreed to pay state and federal authorities $660 million to resolve allegations it helped Iranian government-backed banks transfer over $250 billion in violation of U.S. sanctions between 2001 and 2007. At the time, the bank entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the DOJ, and Tuesday's settlement extends that agreement for another two years. After that 2012 agreement, investigators discovered that certain bank employees had processed hundreds of million of dollars via 9,500 additional transactions through U.S. financial institutions for Iranian businesses and individuals, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday. The failures relate in part to approximately $600 million in transactions the bank processed between 2008 and 2014, which originated in London and Dubai and were sent to its offices in New York City, as well as to its compliance with anti-money laundering rules. The penalties also include a £102 million ($133 million) fine imposed by the FCA following a probe into anti-money laundering lapses, the agency's second-highest penalty for AML failures. “Standard Chartered’s oversight of its financial crime controls was narrow, slow and reactive," the FCA's enforcement director, Mark Steward, said. "These breaches are especially serious because they occurred against a backdrop of heightened awareness within the broader, global community as well as within the bank, and after receiving specific attention from the FCA, U.S. agencies and other global bodies about these risks." Again, holders of the bank's shares can seek to hold the board accountable in U.S. court via shareholder derivative action, make positive governance and potentially receive a court awarded monetary incentive. To learn more contact jgrabar@grabarlaw.com
jgrabar
05/5/2019
08:55
Cc2014I have seen share buybacks move the price but normally when there is a change of circumstances and perception from the city.The variance in projected price by the brokers and institutions reflect the wide view of the city.I bought a few weeks ago on fair value and the weak share price this has been rewarded but is still on my watch list as I feel there may be one last secret in the cupboard which will knock the share price.I'll play the rise for now.
ch1ck
02/5/2019
23:32
What has fascinated me is the very differing views that analysts have as a target price. For example in the last couple of days we have had Goldmans with 990, UBS at 690 and RBC at 580.
cerrito
01/5/2019
21:25
The impact will be felt in 12 18 months time on increased EPS and dividend yeild.That's when it'll be north of £8 and thats when you'll see all the city shysters buying in for their managed funds.
my retirement fund
01/5/2019
12:33
$1 billion buy back = £770m over 8 months = £96m per month = £4.8m per day @7.10 = 678k shares a day. Thoughts on the impact of the buyback. I've watched buy-backs on LLOY, AV., BLND and HMSO and tbh I'm not sure I've seen any impact on the share price. Or rather the maths say the buy-backs must have an impact so the buy-backs are simply supporting the shareprice rather than helping it rise. The buy-back here is large in terms of numbers. 678k shares a day is significant compared with daily volume although I believe STAN is dual listed so we should allow for that. Market cap is £23b so this is 4.3% of total shares being bought back
cc2014
30/4/2019
17:42
I think in reality this is worth north of £8 any day or the year so it makes perfect sense to buy back whilst its stupidly underpriced
my retirement fund
30/4/2019
10:22
Nice rise on the share buyback
cc2014
30/4/2019
07:11
Standard Chartered PLC (STAN.LN) said that first-quarter pretax underlying profit rose 10% from a year earlier to $1.38 billion and that it would initiate a share-buyback program of up to $1 billion. The Asia-focused bank said Tuesday its net interest income rose to $2.27 billion from $2.19 billion a year earlier. Operating income fell slightly to $3.81 billion from $3.87 billion, the company said. "The global macroeconomic outlook remains uncertain but there were encouraging signs of improvement in sentiment towards the end of the first quarter," Standard Chartered said in a news release. Income from Greater China and North Asia fell 2.4% from the year-earlier period, hit by "less buoyant conditions" in wealth management, the lender said. Lower income in South Korea offset continued growth in China. while income in Hong Kong was broadly flat, the bank said. "Our first-quarter profit supports our belief that we will generate full-year returns of at least 10% by 2021," Group Chief Executive Bill Winters said in the statement. Write to Chester Yung at chester.yung@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 30, 2019 01:40 ET (05:40 GMT)
la forge
17/4/2019
09:57
Going along nicely. 680 achieved. Next stop 700?
cc2014
14/4/2019
20:29
So what do you go into after £7.50, BT.
jackdaw4243
03/4/2019
15:30
750 is more than fair
my retirement fund
03/4/2019
14:06
what is it price at now, 0.65 times tangible book? Profitable. Dividend paying. I might be being mean. It is still very cheap (but I reserve the right to sell at 689p). Asagi (long STAN)
asagi
03/4/2019
10:33
I'm after about 750 so that looks far more challenging
cc2014
03/4/2019
10:25
Looks like you may get there
jackdaw4243
03/4/2019
09:52
I have a 689p target price to sell but I don't expect to get there without a pullback below 600p first :-( Asagi (long STAN)
asagi
03/4/2019
09:43
Lovely buy program running today. Was running yesterday too. It's making a significant impact and driving the price up
cc2014
26/2/2019
15:44
^^^ Nah.. 15 cents final dividend (21c total). No wonder STAN share price fell today.
keyhole
23/2/2019
21:03
I can't say that I'm too bothered. They've been riding 'good luck' for far too long, and bragging that somehow they were smarter than the rest of the world. Regarding STANs 2018 final divi, any chance of a decent payment this time after 3 years in the desert...?
keyhole
13/2/2019
14:18
Well in at £6.33 that should be the kiss of death, however tipped as a good hedge post Brexit.
jackdaw4243
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