TheStreet.com • 13 hours ago
Bloomberg chat rooms aren't the only places where U.S. regulators investigating claims of banking fraud can find evidence. Recorded phone calls work, too.
Financial Times • 15 hours ago
Two top foreign exchange traders employed by HSBC have been charged with making $8m in profits and fees by "front running" a client's $3.5bn foreign exchange trade, according to a US criminal ...
The Wall Street Journal • 2 days ago
Investors doubt that payout levels from the FTSE 100’s biggest global companies will be sustained, even as Brexit has boosted their share prices.
Reuters • 8 days ago
Foreign minister Philip Hammond, the leading candidate to be Britain's next finance minister, said on Tuesday he would fight for British financial services to retain access to the European Union's single market after the vote to leave the trading bloc. Hammond, speaking at a British Bankers' Association event in London, said financial services was probably the industry most directly affected by the political upheaval, according to two people who attended the meeting. Theresa May will take over from David Cameron as British prime minister on Wednesday.
Financial Times • 8 days ago
Much has happened since the UK referendum. Politicians have come and gone, and we have a new Prime Minister. Markets have whipsawed. All of this has led to a whiff of panic. It is a time for a bit of calm ...
Reuters • 9 days ago
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the central bank may have to react to a weaker economic outlook after Britain's decision to leave the European Union, reinforcing the idea that the BoE is ready to provide the economy with more stimulus. "The possibility of the economic outlook softening, that there is less demand for credit for various reasons and if the outlook has worsened ... in the judgment of the MPC, there always could be monetary response if that's consistent with its remit," Carney told lawmakers.
Financial Times • 9 days ago
UK chancellor George Osborne sought to help HSBC avoid criminal charges in the US for money laundering by warning that a heavy-handed approach from authorities could plunge the global financial system ...
Bloomberg • 13 days ago
HSBC Holdings Plc has been inundated with foreign-currency account applications as British customers rush to protect their savings, spooked by the post-Brexit rout in the pound.
Zacks • 13 days ago
HSBC Holdings Plc aims to expand its digital banking business in China, the second largest economy of the world, to benefit from its increasing online and mobile spending.
HSBC Holdings plcLSE
|Bid||492.90 x 641500|
|Ask||493.00 x 200000|
|52wk Range||392.37 - 595.60|
|Day's Range||490.05 - 493.95|
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