HSBA.L - HSBC Holdings plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
696.90
-6.00 (-0.85%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous Close702.90
Open699.70
Bid691.00 x 200000
Ask710.00 x 372700
Day's Range693.90 - 703.10
52 Week Range650.60 - 798.60
Volume22,407,110
Avg. Volume29,146,573
Market Cap138.564B
Beta0.79
PE Ratio (TTM)14.76
EPS (TTM)47.20
Earnings DateOct 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.38 (5.34%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-17
1y Target Est9.70
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEventsyesterday

    Edited Transcript of HSBA.L earnings conference call or presentation 6-Aug-18 1:00pm GMT

    Half Year 2018 HSBC Holdings PLC Fixed Income Analysts Earnings Call

  • HSBC to Increase Rates on Savings Account and Mortgage in UK
    Zacks2 days ago

    HSBC to Increase Rates on Savings Account and Mortgage in UK

    HSBC Holdings (HSBC) takes the decision to hike rates after Bank of England raised base rates for the second time since the financial crisis.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    British public don't trust banks 10 years after crisis, survey finds

    A majority of Britons do not trust banks and think they did not face severe enough penalties for their part in the 2008 financial crisis, a survey showed on Thursday. Next month will mark the tenth anniversary of the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers, as a bubble in the United States sub-prime mortgage market burst. The poll of 2,250 adults by YouGov on behalf of campaign group Positive Money underlines the extent to which banks still have to work to rebuild public trust, despite years of restructuring and paying fines and compensation for misbehaviour.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    HSBC increases interest rates for savers and borrowers in Britain

    HSBC (HSBA.L) is to increase interest rates on some British savings accounts and variable rate mortgages in September, a spokesman said on Thursday. HSBC's move follows the Bank of England's decision to raise interest rates above their financial crisis lows earlier this month, with HSBC becoming the second of Britain's biggest banks to pass the change on to both savers and borrowers. The bank will increase the rate on its range of loyalty Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) by 0.1 percent, while Help to Buy ISAs and saving accounts for children will see their rates rise by 0.25 percent.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    BRIEF-HSBC Holdings to list 25,800,000 ordinary shares under employee plan

    Aug 16 (Reuters) - Hsbc Holdings Plc: * APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE TO FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY AND LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE FOR A BLOCK LISTING OF 25,800,000 ORDINARY SHARES OF US$0.50 EACH FOR ISSUE UNDER ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Digital payment firms fight for Hong Kong market

    Hong Kong's shopping districts are well known for their fierce competition. Now, a new battleground is forming as digital payments firms fight for retailers and shoppers. Chinese tech giants like Tencent and Alibaba are bringing their payment platforms to a city that has long thrived on cash and credit cards, putting them into competition with the likes of Google, Apple and Samsung, as well as local players like HSBC.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Aug 16

    Aug 16 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 20 points at 7,518 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers. * RANK GROUP: British bingo and casino operator Rank Group's full-year ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    MOVES-Citi names veteran Li as banking head of China's Belt and Road Initiative

    Citigroup Inc said on Thursday it has appointed veteran Beibei Li as its head of Belt and Road Initiative-related banking and origination businesses, as western banks bet on China's drive to build a modern-day Silk Road to create business opportunities. In the newly created role, Li, who joined Citi in 1999, will oversee Citi's banking focus around Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and will relocate from New York to Hong Kong, the U.S. bank said.

  • Britain's biggest banks report 64 payment outages in last 3 months
    Reuters4 days ago

    Britain's biggest banks report 64 payment outages in last 3 months

    Britain's five biggest banks had a total of 64 security or operational incidents that cut customers off from telephone, mobile or online banking in the second quarter of 2018, according to disclosures on the banks' websites. New rules from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which came into effect on Wednesday, require banks to disclose payment service outages caused by cyber attacks or other disruptions. The FCA's action shows how banks' digital operations are increasingly in focus as consumers do more phone or online banking, making them potentially vulnerable to a serious IT outage or hack.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    RBS adds dividend appeal, some investors need convincing

    Paying a dividend will broaden interest in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L), but a sudden influx of new shareholders is unlikely given the British government's still dominant stake and as investors wait to ensure it can sustain the payout. RBS said on Tuesday it will pay an interim dividend of 2 pence per share in October, the first payout by the state-owned bank since it was rescued with a 45.5 billion pound bailout in the financial crisis of 2008. Although the resumption of payments should enable investors requiring regular dividend income to consider buying into RBS, for the first time in ten years, some still need convincing by the bank which is still 62.4 percent owned by the government.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    First Direct tops Britain's first banking quality survey, RBS in last place

    First Direct, Metro Bank and Nationwide Building Society came top in Britain's first mandatory sector-wide customer surveys to help people choose the best bank, with Royal Bank of Scotland at the bottom of the list. A review of retail banking in August 2016 by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), ordered lenders to publish bi-annual measurements of how customers rate their services. An independent survey of banks' customers conducted by GfK UK asked how willing they were to recommend their services to friends and family.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Caring or creepy? UK banks turn to alerts to keep customers loyal

    Britain's biggest banks are planning to send personalised spending alerts and in some cases money management advice to their mobile banking customers as they strive to shore up brand loyalty in the face of growing competition. Lloyds Banking Group and HSBC will launch a range of new alerts from this year, for instance informing clients whenever they spend on their card or when a bill is higher than usual. The move is one example of how traditional lenders are expected to start harnessing a wealth of customer data in ways they haven't before, as competition and changing consumer behaviour threaten their decades-old business model.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] Eurozone GDP growth upgraded after stronger German figures

    A jump in spending in Germany boosted Eurozone growth to higher levels than initially indicated in the second quarter, easing concerns over an export-led slowdown. Estimated growth in gross domestic product in the second quarter was 0.4 per cent, in line with the previous three months, the European Commission’s statistics bureau said on Tuesday. It had earlier estimated growth of 0.3 per cent.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Ex-divs to take 17 points off FTSE 100 on Aug 16

    LONDON, Aug 13 (Reuters) - The following FTSE 100 companies will go ex-dividend on Thursday, after which investors will no longer qualify for the latest dividend payout. According to Reuters calculations ...

  • Euro zone banks hammered for Turkish exposure
    Reuters9 days ago

    Euro zone banks hammered for Turkish exposure

    Investors dumped euro zone bank shares on Friday on concerns about their exposure to Turkey, as the lira fell to yet another record low with a defiant government showing few signs it is ready to take decisive steps to stabilise the currency. A widening rift with the United States, its main NATO ally, and President Tayyip Erdogan's grip on monetary policy under a new powerful executive presidency have helped to drive the lira down by more than 40 percent this year, a particular vulnerability for Turkish banks as over a third of their lending is in foreign currencies. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had authorised higher tariffs on imports from Turkey, imposing a 20 percent duty on aluminium and 50 percent one on steel, as tensions rose between the two NATO allies over Ankara's detention of an American pastor and other diplomatic issues.

  • HSBC Shifts London's Control Over European Units to France
    Zacks9 days ago

    HSBC Shifts London's Control Over European Units to France

    HSBC Holdings (HSBC) is transferring its London subsidiary's control over other European branches to ensure continuous functioning irrespective of Brexit outcome.

  • Banks' post-Brexit 'fragmentation' plans hold risks and costs
    Reuters10 days ago

    Banks' post-Brexit 'fragmentation' plans hold risks and costs

    Banks that move some of their business and staff out of London to cities scattered across Europe after Brexit could be taking on extra risks and costs without being sure of boosting revenues. Several of the world's biggest banks are in the process of relocating a number of staff who deal directly with clients and some back-office functions as Britain prepares to leave the European Union next March. The banks, which include JP Morgan (JPM.N), Goldman Sachs (GS.N), Citi (C.N), Morgan Stanley (MS.N) and Bank of America (BAC.N), plan to "fragment" their operations by expanding or launching services in more than just one city.

  • Moody's10 days ago

    Morgan Stanley Capital I Trust 2018-MP -- Moody's Assigns Definitive Ratings to Five CMBS Classes of Morgan Stanley Capital I Trust 2018-MP

    Note: Moody's previously assigned provisional ratings to Class X-A of (P) Aaa (sf) and to Class X-B of (P) Aa3 (sf), described in the prior press release, dated July 19, 2018. Subsequent to the release of the provisional ratings for this transaction, Class X-A and Class X-B were eliminated and will not be offered. The loan is a 10 year, fixed-rate, interest-only, first lien mortgage loan with an original and outstanding principal balance of $710,000,000.

  • Sterling helps FTSE to 8-week high
    Reuters11 days ago

    Sterling helps FTSE to 8-week high

    The UK's top share index rose for a fourth day in a row on Wednesday, helped by strong financials and exporters bolstered by a weaker pound, while a lowered outlook hit bookmaker Paddy Power Betfair. The FTSE 100 ended the session up 0.8 percent at 7,776.65 points, touching an 8-week high earlier in the session and outperforming its peers in Europe, as a fall in the pound gave a lift to the exporter-heavy index. "It's more to do with an extension of sterling weakness as fears over a disorderly Brexit grow, offering a perverse benefit to the FTSE's significant global exposure, especially defensives," said Artjom Hatsaturjants at Accendo Markets.

  • HSBC shifts European branches to French unit control ahead of Brexit
    Reuters11 days ago

    HSBC shifts European branches to French unit control ahead of Brexit

    HSBC (HSBA.L) has shifted ownership of its Polish and Irish subsidiaries from its London-based entity to its French unit, and will do so for seven more European branches, as it prepares for Britain's exit from the European Union. HSBC France will also acquire the activities of seven European branches in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Spain, Europe's biggest bank said on Wednesday. The move is aimed at ensuring HSBC can continue to serve its European customers ahead of Britain's exit from the EU in March 2019, after which British-based firms are expected to lose so-called passporting rights that allow them to sell financial services in the bloc.

  • HSBC shifts European branches to French unit control ahead of Brexit
    Reuters11 days ago

    HSBC shifts European branches to French unit control ahead of Brexit

    HSBC (HSBA.L) has shifted ownership of its Polish and Irish subsidiaries from its London-based entity to its French unit, and will do so for seven more European branches, as it prepares for Britain's exit from the European Union. HSBC France will also acquire the activities of seven European branches in Belgium, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Spain, Europe's biggest bank said on Wednesday.

  • HSBC Eyes New Covered Bond Program in Uruguay Mortgage Push
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    HSBC Eyes New Covered Bond Program in Uruguay Mortgage Push

    The Uruguayan subsidiary of HSBC may seek regulatory approval as soon as next year for a second covered bond program of about $100 million as the bank aims to take 15 percent of the home loan market in two years, according to senior executives. “I wouldn’t rule out pitching a new program to the central bank if the origination of mortgages continues according to our forecasts and if pension funds and insurance companies still have room” within their portfolio limits, Enrique Goyetche, head of global markets at the local unit, said in an interview. HSBC is the only local lender that is funding a portion of its home loan business through a type of covered bond, known locally as notas de credito hipotecarias.

  • GlaxoSmithKline appoints HSBC's Iain Mackay as new CFO
    Reuters13 days ago

    GlaxoSmithKline appoints HSBC's Iain Mackay as new CFO

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) has named Iain Mackay from global bank HSBC (HSBA.L) as its new chief financial officer, marking another key appointment by Chief Executive Emma Walmsley as she reshapes the top team at Britain's biggest drugmaker. Mackay, 56, will leave HSBC at the end of the year and join GSK on Jan. 14, 2019, when he will become CFO designate, the pharmaceuticals group said on Tuesday. The phased move allows for a transition period from January and the end of March 2019, during which GSK's current finance chief, Simon Dingemans, will hand over the ropes before Mackay takes on full responsibility from April 1.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    GlaxoSmithKline appoints HSBC's Iain Mackay as new CFO

    GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) has named Iain Mackay from global bank HSBC (HSBA.L) as its new chief financial officer, marking another key appointment by Chief Executive Emma Walmsley as she reshapes the top team at Britain's biggest drugmaker. Mackay, 56, will leave HSBC at the end of the year and join GSK on Jan. 14, 2019, when he will become CFO designate, the pharmaceuticals group said on Tuesday. The phased move allows for a transition period from January and the end of March 2019, during which GSK's current finance chief, Simon Dingemans, will hand over the ropes before Mackay takes on full responsibility from April 1.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    HSBC confirms Stevenson to start as finance director on Jan. 1, 2019

    LONDON (Reuters) - Ewen Stevenson, who is currently the chief financial officer of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L), will become finance director of HSBC (HSBA.L) on Jan. 1, 2019 , HSBC said on Tuesday. ...