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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.80 -0.95% 712.60 5,016,525 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
710.60 711.00 716.80 709.60 711.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 7,576.64 2,475.02 45.33 14.4 21,546
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:12:10 O 900 713.488 GBX

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Posted at 28/1/2023 08:20 by Standard Chartered Daily Update
Standard Chartered Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STAN. The last closing price for Standard Chartered was 719.40p.
Standard Chartered Plc has a 4 week average price of 622.40p and a 12 week average price of 538.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 797.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 431.30p.
There are currently 3,023,581,394 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,244,142 shares. The market capitalisation of Standard Chartered Plc is £21,546,041,013.64.
Posted at 30/3/2022 12:00 by mo123
The world's largest lender Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, warned wednesday that China faces shrinking demand and weakening expectations.
Will probably affect Stan as well, just on a basic readover.

BOA re China “We are cautious on the sectors that could be more vulnerable to the lockdown measures, ie real estate, consumer discretionary (auto, hotels, apparels), and transportation infrastructure. We have also become more negative on insurance and media sectors, for their weak earnings momentum,”.
What the bank does like are tech hardware and semiconductor, healthcare, diversified financials and chemicals.

Posted at 17/2/2022 16:38 by asagi
Hi dandigirl,

Buy-backs indicate that Bank is not able to deploy all capital available.


SP at a big discount to NAV.

that's why I think that buybacks at this level are a great use of capital.

Asagi (long STAN)

Posted at 17/2/2022 11:02 by dandigirl
Singularly unimpressive figures.

Again, jam tomorrow.

Despair at yet more concentration on China.

Buy-backs indicate that Bank is not able to deploy all capital available.

Besides they rarely work to move the share price as intended.

SP at a big discount to NAV.

Winters has had time enough to make a difference - and hasn't.

Time to move on Billy boy.

Posted at 17/2/2022 10:08 by alfred
Doesn't matter what the growth prospects are if the board continue to treat the shareholders dismissively. Ungenerous dividend record, dismal share price performance, little enterprise or corporate action. Why would you invest? Ignore the platitudes from management.
Posted at 31/1/2022 09:53 by mo123
Chunky upgrade from GS, raises STAN PT TO 815.
Posted at 26/1/2022 10:00 by asagi
thank you coxsmn, that likely explains the strength this morning.

Asagi (long STAN)

Posted at 25/1/2022 18:28 by coxsmn



Posted at 30/10/2021 21:15 by pdriccio
Read this today, hopefully they hit their targets which could result in a massive rerate Temple Bar: The opportunities and myths in UK equities. 18 Oct 2021Standard Chartered over-soldI'll probably just spend two seconds talking about the banks, as well. The banks, if I pick on Standard Chartered (STAN). Standard Chartered is an interesting example. It's an Asian focused bank. It's a good example of a company which has effectively, been penalised because it's in the UK and investors have been selling down the UK. Standard Chartered trades on around half times book value. Half times book value, it's got a target to make a 10% return on equity and that assumes, by the way, that interest rates remain at current levels. Again, you can do the maths. If you're on half times book and you make a 10% return on equity, that means you're on a PE of five. So that's an earnings yield of around 20%. So supremely attractive valuation. Again, a good example. You look at the banks overseas, because they don't suffer from the UK effect, if that's the way you want to think about it, their priced at book value and in the case of the US banks, actually, a premium to book value. So again, companies with perfectly reasonable prospects being unduly penalised because they happen to be listed in the UK and leaving very attractive returns on the table for people who are prepared to take a contrarian mindset. Obviously, we'll go into questions, but I think that's probably it from us. 
Posted at 07/9/2021 15:55 by qantas
Analysts at Berenberg reiterated their 'buy' stance on shares of StanChart, telling clients that low global interests were masking volume growth and hence the shares had become undervalued.

The low interest rate environment had contributed to a 6% year-on-year decline in StanChart's revenues over the front half of 2021, despite positive volume growth of about 5.0%.

In parallel, StanChart's costs had been broadly flat and Berenberg expected the lender's continued investments would support low cost inflation.

Indeed, "with these affects having now fed through, Standard Chartered is experiencing net interest margin stability that we expect to continue - with scope for expansion as liquidity is optimised (particularly if yields rise)," the analysts added.

The analysts estimated that the lender could now grow its revenues by 9.0% over the back half of 2021 and by 5.0-6.0% beyond that.

Furthermore, with a common equity tier one ratio of 14.1% - above management's 13.0-14.0% target range - and a capital-light business model, Berenberg said StanChart could continue to support "attractive" capital returns of approximately 8.0% annually.

Berenberg also kept its target price for StanChart's shares at 630.0p, which valued the lender at 0.7 times its tangible book value, against the 0.5 times TBV they were changing hands on now.

Please do your own research as always.

Posted at 26/2/2019 15:44 by keyhole
^^^ Nah.. 15 cents final dividend (21c total).

No wonder STAN share price fell today.

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