HSBC - HSBC Holdings plc

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.24 (+0.64%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
37.75 -0.07 (-0.19%)
After hours: 05:26PM EDT
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Previous close37.58
Bid31.50 x 900
Ask37.82 x 1400
Day's range37.69 - 37.94
52-week range24.77 - 39.63
Avg. volume2,327,112
Market cap150.921B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.59
PE ratio (TTM)6.75
EPS (TTM)5.60
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.10 (5.55%)
Ex-dividend date11 May 2023
1y target est49.98
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  • The Guardian

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  • Reuters

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  • Financial Times

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  • Financial Times

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  • Reuters

    HSBC to pay $75 million in penalties to settle U.S. CFTC charges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) -Units of HSBC Holdings Plc have agreed to pay $75 million to settle U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) charges related to manipulative and deceptive trading and record-keeping failures, the regulator said on Friday. HSBC Bank USA agreed to pay a $45 million civil penalty for manipulative and deceptive trading in connection with swaps, spoofing and record-keeping failures, CFTC said in a statement. HSBCA Bank USA, HSBC Bank Plc and HSBC Securities admitted to charges related to record-keeping and supervision failures and agreed to pay $30 million to settle them, the regulator said in a separate statement.

  • Reuters

    HSBC, Scotiabank hit with US penalties over employees' use of personal devices

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. regulators on Thursday slapped units of Bank of Nova Scotia and HSBC Holdings Plc with civil penalties for widespread recordkeeping violations through employees' use of personal devices and apps for work communications. The banks admitted they had failed to meet recordkeeping requirements for dealers registered with U.S. market regulators. HSBC Securities Inc agreed to pay $15 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges.

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  • Business Wire

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  • Reuters

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    HONG KONG (Reuters) -HSBC has agreed to buy out its China fund management joint venture partner, two people familiar with the matter said, as the Asia-focused bank pushes ahead with expansion in the world's second-largest economy. HSBC, which currently owns a 49% stake in HSBC Jintrust Fund Management, has signed an agreement with Shanxi Trust under which the Chinese state-owned company will sell its 51% holding in the joint venture to the bank, said the sources. If approved, Europe's biggest bank by assets, which makes the bulk of its revenue and profit in Asia, will expand its presence in the $3.8 trillion fund management market in China.