HSBC - HSBC Holdings plc

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
41.73
-0.03 (-0.07%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close41.76
Open41.45
Bid0.00 x 3200
Ask0.00 x 1100
Day's Range41.34 - 41.79
52 Week Range41.34 - 55.89
Volume1,770,021
Avg. Volume1,278,072
Market Cap163.831B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.68
PE Ratio (TTM)17.03
EPS (TTM)2.45
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield2.00 (4.76%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-10-11
1y Target Est51.71
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  • Barrons.com10 hours ago

    HSBC and Credit Suisse CEOs Join Exodus From Saudi Conference

    Three European bank chieftains follow Jamie Dimon and Larry Fink in deciding not to attend what is known as “Davos in the Desert.”

  • Barrons.com15 hours ago

    Investing Insights: HSBC Private Banking’s Cheuk Wan Fan

    The Asia strategist favors hedge funds and other alternative investments as a buffer against market turbulence

  • Saudis Consider Blaming Khashoggi Death on Botched Interrogation
    Bloomberg16 hours ago

    Saudis Consider Blaming Khashoggi Death on Botched Interrogation

    The possible narrative of an operation gone wrong, reported by CNN, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, was being floated as U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Riyadh to discuss the disappearance of Khashoggi, a Saudi government critic last seen entering the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. President Donald Trump said he couldn’t confirm that account, but has suggested a “rogue killer” might be to blame.

  • HSBC UK hit with another IT glitch
    Reuters19 hours ago

    HSBC UK hit with another IT glitch

    HSBC UK (HSBA.L) said on Tuesday some of its customers were struggling to access online banking, the second outage of the lender's digital services in weeks. "We are investigating further and will provide further updates," the bank said on Twitter after a number of customers used the social media platform to flag problems accessing HSBC's site. Technical problems at banks have prompted criticism from customers and from lawmakers, who in September called on Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) and Barclays (BARC.L) to explain what caused the problems and how they would compensate affected customers.

  • Reuters19 hours ago

    HSBC UK hit with another IT glitch

    HSBC UK (HSBA.L) said on Tuesday some of its customers were struggling to access online banking, the second outage of the lender's digital services in weeks. "We are investigating further and will provide further updates," the bank said on Twitter after a number of customers used the social media platform to flag problems accessing HSBC's site. Technical problems at banks have prompted criticism from customers and from lawmakers, who in September called on Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) and Barclays (BARC.L) to explain what caused the problems and how they would compensate affected customers.

  • HSBC, Credit Suisse CEOs Pull Out of Saudi Investor Conference
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    HSBC, Credit Suisse CEOs Pull Out of Saudi Investor Conference

    Credit Suisse Group AG CEO Tidjane Thiam is also not attending, a person familiar with the matter said. Standard Chartered Plc chief Bill Winters also pulled out, according to a spokesman for the emerging markets lender.

  • Reuters22 hours ago

    HSBC UK Pension Scheme to invest 250 million pounds in wind and solar

    LONDON (Reuters) - The HSBC UK Pension Scheme will invest 250 million pounds ($328 million) in renewable energy infrastructure in Britain, namely solar plants and wind farms, the firm said on Tuesday. ...

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Some Top Wall Street Executives Shun Saudi Conference

    The star-studded desert conference was supposed to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s arrival on the global financial stage. Instead it has become a high-stakes test for Wall Street and corporate titans weighing the potential profits from dealings with the kingdom against the risk of a public backlash, as grisly allegations that the Saudi government murdered dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi threaten to derail the summit. On Sunday and early Monday, three of Wall Street’s most powerful executives—JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive James Dimon, BlackRock Inc. CEO Laurence Fink and Stephen Schwarzman, the chief of private-equity giant Blackstone Group LP—pulled out of the event, ratcheting up the pressure on their peers.

  • HSBC Pension Pledges $329 Million Investment in Green Energy
    Bloombergyesterday

    HSBC Pension Pledges $329 Million Investment in Green Energy

    Amazon.com Inc. also committed to installing 20 megawatts of solar power at depots around the country, while EDF Energy Plc said it will electrify 1,500 of its vehicles by 2030 as part of the U.K. government-led “Green GB Week”. “Renewable energy infrastructure can provide attractive risk adjusted returns for investors seeking predictable cash flows derived from real assets over the long term,” said Russell Picot, chair of the Trustee Board at the HSBC Bank Pension Trust.

  • Business Wire2 days ago

    HSBC US Commercial Banking Introduces Digital Partner Platform to Enhance Services for Clients and Streamline Partnerships

    Series of Application Program Interfaces will Enrich Client Experience and Improve Access to Products and Services

  • Schwarzman and Fink Said to Shun Saudi Investment Conference
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Schwarzman and Fink Said to Shun Saudi Investment Conference

    Neither Blackstone Chief Executive Officer Steve Schwarzman nor BlackRock CEO Larry Fink will now attend the event, dubbed “Davos in the Desert,” the people said, asking not to be identified. Executives including JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon and Uber Technologies Inc.’s Dara Khosrowshahi have also dropped out.

  • Market Exclusive2 days ago

    Market Morning: Wild Week Behind Us, Wild Week Ahead? And A Saudi Pickle

    The Week Ahead After the Wild Week Behind After a wild week on Wall Street last week, let’s sit back, relax, and see what’s on tap for this week on the economic calendar. Of note, Monday begins with retail sales. Tuesday has a somewhat obscure datum, that of foreign buying of T-bonds. This is usually […] The post Market Morning: Wild Week Behind Us, Wild Week Ahead? And A Saudi Pickle appeared first on Market Exclusive.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] HSBC Names Former JPMorgan Banker as Co-Head of Global Banking

    HSBC Holdings has hired former East West Bancorp President Gregory Guyett as co-head of global banking, filling a role left vacant since the departure of Matthew Westerman a year ago.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    Corrections & Amplifications

    YouTube said it has “invested significantly in teams and technology to combat” piracy via “stream ripping,” including disabling access of the infringing tools or services to certain YouTube features. A Business & Technology article Wednesday about music piracy didn’t include the company’s response. HSBC denied the Justice Department’s claims that it willfully covered up risks associated with residential-mortgage products from 2005 to 2007.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] HSBC to Pay $765 Million to Settle Probe

    PLC will pay $765 million to settle Justice Department claims that it willfully covered up risks associated with residential-mortgage products in the run-up to the last housing-market downturn. Between 2005 and 2007, the bank placed defective mortgages into residential mortgage-backed securities it created and sold, the Justice Department alleged Tuesday. Bank employees overlooked mortgages in the securities that were likely to default and failed to tell investors about the risks, according to prosecutors.

  • 5 Bank Stocks That Pay Big Dividends to Shareholders
    InvestorPlace6 days ago

    5 Bank Stocks That Pay Big Dividends to Shareholders

    The banking sector — and bank stocks — saw an intriguing reversal in the 21st century. Beginning in the early 2000’s, interest-rate cuts gave bank stock investors dividend yields that exceeded the rates depositors earned in interest.

  • Moody's7 days ago

    Saudi British Bank -- Moody's affirms ratings of Saudi British Bank and Alawwal Bank; changes outlook on Alawwal's deposit ratings to positive

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today affirmed the local and foreign currency deposit ratings of Saudi British Bank (SABB) at A1/P-1 and those of Alawwal Bank (Alawwal) at A3/P-2. At the same time, Moody's has also affirmed the baseline credit assessment (BCA), adjusted BCA, Counterparty Risk Assessment and Counterparty Risk Rating of SABB at a3, a3, A1(cr)/P-1(cr), and A1/ P-1, respectively, and those of Alawwal at baa2, baa2, A2(cr)/P-1(cr), and A2/ P-1, respectively.

  • HSBC to Pay $765 Million to Settle Crisis-Era Mortgage Probe
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    HSBC to Pay $765 Million to Settle Crisis-Era Mortgage Probe

    London-based HSBC wasn’t a major player in the market. With Wells Fargo & Co.’s agreement in August to pay $2 billion and Royal Bank of Scotland Plc’s deal to pay $4.9 billion that same month, the U.S. Department of Justice is now near the end of its decade-long effort to extract penalties for the conduct that led to the financial crisis of 2008. The biggest settlements, struck in 2013 and 2014, called for JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp. to pay $13 billion and $17 billion, respectively, to resolve their cases.

  • HSBC to pay $765 million to settle U.S. mortgage securities mis-selling claim
    Reuters8 days ago

    HSBC to pay $765 million to settle U.S. mortgage securities mis-selling claim

    HSBC on Tuesday said it would pay $765 million to the United States Justice Department to settle claims it mis-sold mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2007. The bank's announcement confirmed a ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    HSBC to pay $765 million to settle U.S. mortgage securities mis-selling claim

    LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC on Tuesday said it would pay $765 million to the United States Justice Department to settle claims it mis-sold mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2007. The bank's announcement ...

  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    HSBC Confirms $765 Million DoJ Settlement Over Mortgage Bond Mis-Selling

    said Tuesday that it will pay more than $750 million to the U.S. Department of Justice to settle a long-running dispute with authorities that it mis-sold mortgage bonds in the run up to the global financial crisis. HSBC said the definitive settlement, which includes a civil penalty of $765 million, will apply to its HSBC North America division but will not include an admission of liability or wrongdoing. HSBC had flagged the settlement in its first half earnings release.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    BRIEF-HSBC Reaches Final Settlement Of $765 Mln With U.S. Justice Dept Over RMBS Mis-Selling Claims

    Oct 9 (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings PLC: * HSBC REACHES DEFINITIVE AGREEMENT WITH US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE TO RESOLVE LEGACY RMBS CLAIMS * HSBC NORTH AMERICA, WITHOUT ADMITTING LIABILITY OR WRONGDOING, WILL ...

  • Business Wire8 days ago

    HSBC Reaches Definitive Agreement with US Department of Justice to Resolve Legacy RMBS Claims

    HSBC today announced a definitive agreement with the US Department of Justice to resolve its multi-year investigation of its legacy securitization, issuance and underwriting of residential mortgage-backed securities issued between 2005 and 2007.

  • Bloomberg8 days ago

    HSBC to Pay $765m to Settle Mortgage-Backed Securities Claims

    The United States alleged that HSBC had a due diligence process for reviewing the loans HSBC planned to securitize as RMBS, but as early as 2005, an HSBC credit risk manager expressed concerns with HSBC’s due diligence process. “HSBC made choices that hurt people and abused their trust,” said Bob Troyer, United States Attorney for the District of Colorado. “HSBC chose to use a due diligence process it knew from the start didn’t work. It chose to put lots of defective mortgages into its deals."HSBC disputes and does not admit the allegations.

  • HSBC's Fan Sees 'Interesting Opportunities' in China Stocks Emerging After Selloff
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    HSBC's Fan Sees 'Interesting Opportunities' in China Stocks Emerging After Selloff

    Oct.10 -- Cheuk Wan Fan, head of investment strategy for Asia at HSBC Private Bank, talks about the opportunities she sees in Chinese stocks. She speaks with Shery Ahn and Haidi Stroud-Watts on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."