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HSBC Share Price (HSBA)



Share Price Information for HSBC (HSBA)


Share Price: 707.30Bid: 707.30Ask: 707.50Change: 0.50 (+0.07%)Riser - Hsbc Hldgs.uk
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 704.70High: 709.30Low: 703.00Yesterday’s Close: 706.80

Hsbc Holdings Plc Ord $0.50 (Uk Reg)

HSBC is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
HSBC is part of the Banking sector

HSBC is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world. It has around 89 million customers throughout its four global businesses. It consists of 7,200 offices in over 80 countries. HSBC first opened for business in Hong Kong in 1865.





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707.30
Share Price SpacerBid
707.30
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707.50
Share Price SpacerChange
0.07%0.50
Share Price SpacerVolume
21,873,172
Share Price SpacerOpen
704.70
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709.30
Share Price SpacerLow
703.00
Share Price SpacerClose
706.80
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 19,972.20m £141,263.35m 3,000

52 Week High 798.60 52 Week High Date 11-JAN-2018
52 Week Low 650.60 52 Week Low Date 4-APR-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
16,853 12,731,950 7,545,697 19.804 35.72 39.76 5.62


London South East Users info for HSBC




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

17-Jul-18
18:45:04
706.65
230
Sell* 
707.30
707.50
1,625
Trade Type:
Ordinary

17-Jul-18
17:35:02
705.965
81,548
Sell* 
707.30
707.50
575.70k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication

17-Jul-18
16:40:49
704.70
4,299,440
Sell* 
707.30
707.50
30.298M
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Delayed publication




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Directors Deals for HSBC (HSBA)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
22-Nov-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
Kathleen Casey held the position of Non-Executive Director at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Kathleen Casey
9.8USD904600
22-Nov-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
Henri de Castries held the position of Non-Executive Director at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Henri de Castries
9.8USD17215621
22-Nov-17Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
Stuart Thomson Gulliver held the position of Group Chief Executive at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Stuart Thomson Gulliver
9.8USD30,62312378556
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AllAtSea
Posts: 528
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:700.80
Buy-backs in the USA
Wed 09:07
Thanks to the recent US tax cuts (corpn tax 21% from 35%) there has been a record number of buy backs in the USA. The alleged intention in handing back money to corporations was to encourage them to invest in their future and create jobs. Obviously buy-backs are good for shareholders and may boost spending but shareholders tend to be the wealthier citizens whose spending is less guaranteed. OTOH should consumer spending increase dramatically it will fuel inflation and boost interest rates. Such buy backs artificially boost share prices and there is a good chance the prices paid for the shares were too high anyway.

From an income POV Hsbc is worth having, but I don't foresee much growth for a while. Still too expensive.
LeftLittleLegacy
Posts: 86
Opinion:Hold
Price:707.00
RE: Rise and Fall
10 Jul '18
Hi mishmos,

I am still quite happy to hold at these levels, and have recently topped up slightly - by taking some scrips instead of just cash dividends.

I certainly have no intention of putting any "new money" into HSBC, and do not expect to see the highs of the early 2000's, when there were far fewer shares in circulation, and the dividend payments were considerably more generous.

It seems that the main purpose of the buy-backs is to keep a lid on the number of shares in issue - in fact at the recent Strategy Update we were informed that the main purpose of the buybacks is "to neutralise any share issuance as a result of scrip dividends."

There are still plenty of uncertainties out there - what with Trade Wars and Brexit problems, but the very recent general consensus among 20+ serious analysts is to hold HSBC.

Regards,

Steve
AllAtSea
Posts: 528
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:712.60
RE: Rise and Fall
9 Jul '18
Seriously, I would like to see the price fall a bit so's I can buy more in. As for buy-backs I can't see the point other than a lack of confidence in the future. A pretty sterile activity but these are times we are living.
mishmos
Posts: 100
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:701.20
RE: Rise and Fall
9 Jul '18
LeftLittleLegacy, your history with HSBC is ok if you bought in low but the "wait and see" strategy at £7 buy in is risky. Whose to say that because the share once hit its highest level that it will do so again given the current spat with US v China v EU.
It seems to have traded between sub £5 and mid £7 ish between 2008 and 2018.
Don't know about the buy backs. Have they genuinely had much affect for other companies outside of investment trusts.
mishmos
Posts: 100
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:701.70
RE: Trump
9 Jul '18
Sunee, Trump is not alone. The world is led by cunning imbeciles and bigger ones vote for them. Even the sainted Thatcher.
I defy anyone to pick a president, prime minister or dictator who is both competent and benign.
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