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HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L)

HSBA.L on London Stock Exchange

623.50GBp
22 Feb 2019
Change (% chg)

0.40 (+0.06%)
Prev Close
623.10
Open
630.20
Day's High
630.40
Day's Low
621.60
Volume
25,733,268
Avg. Vol
21,648,654
52-wk High
749.90
52-wk Low
596.40

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Wed, Feb 20 2019

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HSBC co-head of global banking to leave - source

Robin Phillips, HSBC Holdings Plc's co-head of global banking, will depart in the coming months, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

HSBC co-head of global banking to leave: source

Robin Phillips, HSBC Holdings Plc's co-head of global banking, will depart in the coming months, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

HSBC co-head of global banking to leave - source

Feb 20 Robin Phillips, HSBC Holdings Plc's co-head of global banking, will depart in the coming months, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

HSBC, stronger pound pressure FTSE 100; Greggs outshines mid-caps

Britain's main index fell on Tuesday, weighed down by disappointing results from blue-chip heavyweight HSBC and a stronger pound, while mid-cap baker Greggs surged to a record high after guiding to higher full-year profits.

UPDATE 2-HSBC, stronger pound pressure FTSE 100; Greggs outshines mid-caps

* Indivior slips on U.S. Supreme Court ruling (Adds news items, updates to closing prices)

HSBC warns on China, UK slowdowns as 2018 profit disappoints

HONG KONG/LONDON HSBC warned it may have to delay some investments this year as Europe's biggest bank missed 2018 profit forecasts due to slowing growth in its two home markets of China and Britain. | Video

HSBC warns on China, UK slowdowns as 2018 profit disappoints

HONG KONG/LONDON HSBC warned it may have to delay some investments this year as Europe's biggest bank missed 2018 profit forecasts due to slowing growth in its two home markets of China and Britain. | Video

Breakingviews - HSBC pushes investor goodwill to its limits

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - A charmed life is one unaffected by the vicissitudes of modern existence. Take HSBC for example. Almost alone among battered European lenders, the London-listed bank’s shares trade at a chunky 20 percent premium to its tangible book value despite delivering returns below its likely 10 percent cost of capital. Annual results delivered on Tuesday offered only a little comfort.

UPDATE 4-HSBC warns on China, UK slowdowns as 2018 profit disappoints

* GRAPHIC: https://tmsnrt.rs/2GN1haO (Adds Brexit charge, updates share reaction)

Heavyweights HSBC, BHP drag on FTSE 100; Greggs outperforms mid-caps

Feb 19 Britain's main index opened lower on Tuesday, dragged down by disappointing results from blue-chip heavyweights HSBC and BHP, while mid-cap baker Greggs surged after guiding to higher full-year profit.

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