Capital Cube • 2 days agoStandard Chartered Plc breached its 50 day moving average in a Bullish Manner : SCBFF-US : July 12, 2016
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Bloomberg • 3 days ago
Standard Chartered Plc started its first brokerage business in Japan with 100 employees as institutional investors in the country seek products from emerging markets in Asia, the Middle East and Africa ...
Bloomberg • 6 days ago
Eight years after the financial crisis, bank bailouts are being discussed once again in Europe. Low and even negative interest rates, the weight of soured assets, high legal bills and new digital competitors ...
Financial Times • 7 days ago
George Osborne promised leaders of the world's biggest investment banks that he would use "every possible measure" to safeguard their industry in the aftermath of the UK's vote to leave the EU. ...
Reuters • 7 days ago
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings (Pte) Ltd is increasing investments in the technology sector and trimming financials, after its portfolio slumped S$24 billion ($17.80 billion) in the past year, the most since 2009. Temasek, headed by Ho Ching, wife of Singapore's prime minister, also expects more volatile markets and a challenging business environment, but said it had the flexibility to pursue investment opportunities. Temasek is one of the world's biggest state investors with stakes in Standard Chartered PLC, Chinese banks and major domestic names including Singapore Telecommunications Ltd .
Reuters • 9 days ago
Singapore sovereign investor Temasek is set to pounce on U.S. deals and look for co-investments with private equity partners to offset its first annual decline in the value of its assets in seven years, bankers and people familiar with the strategy said. Temasek, one of Asia's most active state investors, has seen its nearly 16 percent stake in London-based Standard Chartered drop 55 percent in value over the past financial year while its Asian investments have been hit by China's economic slowdown. The 10 percent drop in sterling against the Singapore dollar that followed Britain's vote to leave the European Union has also depressed the value of the Standard Chartered stake.
Bloomberg • 10 days ago
Standard Chartered Plc’s private-equity arm has invested in Phoon Huat & Co., the Singapore company that’s been selling baking ingredients such as pie fillings and confectioners’ sugar since 1947.
The Wall Street Journal • 13 days ago
HSBC and Standard Chartered share prices are higher than they were before the U.K's referendum on EU membership.
Reuters • 13 days ago
Standard Chartered Plc said it appointed Srinivas Siripurapu the regional head of private banking for ASEAN and South Asia region. Siripurapu, based in Singapore, has also been appointed the global head ...
Standard Chartered PLCOther OTC
|52wk Range||6.88 - 8.59|
|Day's Range||7.83 - 8.00|
|Avg Vol (3m)||10,535|
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