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27.50-0.07 (-0.27%)
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    Roberts
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    henry
    Good news for repaying dividends, but how much for half year dividends?
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    scherder
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    ClimateChange
    HSBC’s decision to implement a payout of 40-55% from this year, not 2022 as previously guided, combined with a comfortable revenue and profit beat at 2Q are positive signs. The payout reflects management confidence that growth is returning sustainably, and will be a relief to the bank’s myriad Hong Kong retail investors.

    -- Jonathan Tyce, BI banking analyst
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    ClimateChange
    HSBC Steps Up Dividend Plans, Eyes Buybacks as Outlook Brightens
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    Robert
    Explain.. HSBC had a dividend holiday for almost 2 years due to govt. policy in the UK for banks to protect capital during Covid. Now the dividend is partially reinstated and HSBC has hoarded billions of pounds Sterling from unpaid dividends which they do not seem to be returning to shareholders as their dividend now is much less than it was before the dividend withdrawal. So, what is this company doing with all that retained capital? I have a big holding in HSBC but I have lost patience with their inept management and will likely sell after the next EX Div date. Does anyone have any reason to suggest that this company will turn around at some point?
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    Omar
    With China trying to cut off its companies from the US… more forcefully now, I was hoping that would profit HSBC….. 🙏 hoping
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    tp
    are we getting dividends this year?
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    Mason
    shift has occurred.... flows leaving HK, rents are still dropping.... storm coming
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    nairb
    thought about buying but then I saw the Yahoo automatic post from 4 mos ago saying the price was $29.55 vs. today's $29.13 LOL
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    Nat
    WiMi Hologram Cloud Inc.
    $WIMI $SCHW $HSBC To the moon. I am happy all speculative tickers are tanking this is going good since I bought it.❗❗❗🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀
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    NVDAlife
    was big mistake buying this
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    037
    buy buy buy!
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    Bilge
    Its good that they exit USA retail, clearly not much money to be made there for an outsider. They are focusing on their strengths which is global trade and market access. Retail reaaally doesnt use either of these. Leave it to large USA banks to wrestle over
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    Dimitris
    HSBC has a enterprise value of -337 Billion. Their cash is 1.06T. Market cap at the moment is 89 B. If we add the 89 to the 337, we will have 426 Billions. HSBC is 426 Billion cash positive for a market cap of 89 B. As we all know, banks are the opposite to all other companies out there. Their cash is the debt of the others and their debt is our cash accounts at them. Now, out of the 1.06 trillion of HSBC assests (which are loans as I said), is there a valid reason to believe that 426 Billion which represents roughly 40% of their assets are toxic red loans that will never be returned back to the bank? I think that this is exuberant, obsurd and the market will realise it soon.
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    Richard
    They’re leaving the U.S. retail market? Good deal. Let them launder drug money somewhere else.
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    The Times of London: Analysts said that the insurer was unlikely to receive a seat on HSBC’s board as a result of its increased shareholding. However, there has been speculation that the bank may increase the number of directors from Asia. Currently only three of 15 are from the region. One of them, Laura Cha — chairwoman of Hong Kong Exchange, with close connections to Beijing — is expected to step down from HSBC’s board soon, having served for nine years.
    Ping An started buying shares in HSBC in 2016 and took its stake above 5 per cent in December 2017, after which it had to publicly disclose its holding and changes. It has suffered a heavy loss on its HSBC’s shares, which have lost nearly 60 per cent of their value in the past two years.
    Asian investors were said to be angry when HSBC along with other big banks in the UK were ordered to freeze dividends earlier this year to help cope with the financial cost of the pandemic.
    HSBC has been hit by several difficult issues in recent months, the most recent of which were reports last week of a leak of documents alleging that it along with other banks continued to move money for clients which suspected of engaging in criminal activity.
    HSBC has also been criticised by US and British politicians for supporting Beijing’s National Security Law to crack down on Hong Kong dissidents and has been attacked by Chinese authorities for its role in the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, finance chief of the Chinese telecoms group Huawei, in December 2018 at Vancouver airport on a warrant from the US.
    Observers believe that pressure on the bank may lift somewhat after the US election in November and once noise over Ms Meng’s contested extradition dies down, although that may not be for many months.
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    jimmy
    China’s Ping An Insurance Group Co. raised its stake in HSBC Holdings Plc, cementing its position as the lender’s biggest shareholder.

    Ping An Asset Management Co., a unit of the insurer, bought 10.8 million shares of HSBC on Wednesday, according to a Hong Kong stock exchange filing on Friday. That brings the group’s stake to 8% from 7.95% previously. BlackRock Inc., the second-biggest holder, currently owns 7.14%.
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    BobMcLovin
    How low is this going? 15$? Bankruptcies / bad loans / leveraged to the max / housing payments halted / mortgage crisis 2.0 - what happens to the price when this all impacts HSBC 2-6 months from now?
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    mike s
    Bought this back in 2015 around $43... with dividends reinvested I am at about +15%... thinking I sell out of it - take the money and run. Thoughts?