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HSBC Share Chat (HSBA)



Share Price: 747.30Bid: 747.20Ask: 747.40Change: 3.80 (+0.51%)Riser - Hsbc Hldgs.uk
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 747.00High: 747.50Low: 743.50Yesterday’s Close: 743.50


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Opium
Posts: 5,045
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:741.80
Banks Shakeup Worry
Fri 08:47
' The potential for cockups is enormous & Banks must give indemnities against errors' Std 3rd March 2016.
Bank Sort Codes are likely to change as a result of Ring-Fencing changes ordered by the Banking Commission in 2019 -'Yet another big headache & potential cost for Banks to deal with''
 
Oracle20
Posts: 12
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:747.00
RE: Tucker and Flint
Thu 17:05
What£s everyone£s take on HSBC at the moment? Are there further increases to be seen in the SP or do you think we£ve now peaked?

I couldn£t help notice that a significant sell went through after market close today.... thoughts?
LeftLittleLegacy
Posts: 53
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:747.60
Tucker and Flint
Thu 15:20
Hi All,

I see from the recent announcement that John Flint has been appointed CEO to take over from Stuart Gulliver on 21st February next year, and Gulliver will remain in an advisory role until he fully retires on 11th October 2018.

So, Sunnee, you were right, it will be Tucker and Flint after all, who will play the biggest part in deciding the medium term future of HSBC.

It seems strange that this announcement was made on the day the shares went ex-dividend, but at least we know now, and hopefully everyone will benefit in due course.

Regards,

Steve
Gerry557
Posts: 3,503
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:757.60
RE: brexit
11 Oct '17
Going by that article it looks like more talk is going on in here on this bb.

Maybe we should sign up both sides.
givetheinfo
Posts: 1,330
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:764.30
RE: brexit
10 Oct '17
Gerry557
Posts: 3,503
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:765.20
RE: brexit
10 Oct '17
Brexit is still being defined and any shock will most likely be short lived. Companies can and do adapt to changes all the time. As stated earlier, the FX rates will most likely affect the SP and divi payout.

Mr market could throw a wobble although this will hit most shares not just this.
LeftLittleLegacy
Posts: 53
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:762.30
The 754 Club
10 Oct '17
Hi All,

It was great to return from holiday to find that my membership of the 754 Club had automatically been renewed - let's hope it lasts a bit longer than in late July / early August.

I see that a lot of shares were traded in Hong Kong today, with a good positive rise in the share price, causing them to open higher in London this morning and although the share price has slipped back a bit, it is currently about seven pence higher than it closed yesterday, and it would appear that more shares have already been traded this morning than during several recent full days.

I would certainly not describe these shares as boring - either now or in the past, and as Douglas Flint will shortly be retiring it is unlikely that he will have any influence over future dividend levels.

I would be shocked if the anyone cut the dividends, and hopefully the company will grow, with improved profits, allowing the total dividend to be raised slightly in the future.

UK investors have done well since the BREXIT referendum, with both the share price and dividend payments, but what will happen to the share price when we (eventually) leave the EU is anyone's guess.

Regards,

Steve
givetheinfo
Posts: 1,330
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:761.80
RE: brexit
10 Oct '17
Have you posted on the wrong bank board.........HSBC are Asian based ..plus brexit will more likely hurt sterling which helps HSBC......so price rise is my answer
RJFHird27
Posts: 16
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:760.70
brexit
10 Oct '17
Hi, Does anyone have a prediction on what will happen to the SP after brexit, is it likely to crash or rise?
Gerry557
Posts: 3,503
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:755.60
RE: Boring
10 Oct '17
I like boring, so much so I added a few more of these yesterday. Not really a great price but helps balance the PF and I will just have to get excited when the quarterly divi gets paid.

Not sure why they would cut the dividends, would make me take them off my Christmas card list. Markets normally stronger in the darker months but the wobbles are usually bigger too.




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