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HSBC Share Price (HSBA)



Share Price Information for HSBC (HSBA)


Share Price: 620.40Bid: 620.60Ask: 620.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Hsbc Hldgs.uk
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 624.20High: 624.90Low: 619.80Yesterday’s Close: 620.40

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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620.40
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620.60
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620.80
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32,589,893
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624.20
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624.90
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619.80
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620.40
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 19,927.79m £123,632.01m 3,000

52 Week High 798.60 52 Week High Date 11-JAN-2018
52 Week Low 617.20 52 Week Low Date 18-OCT-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
19,873 16,870,486 9,403,529 17.371 35.72 39.76 6.41


London South East Users info for HSBC


Users who watch HSBA also watch: Lloyds, Barclays, RBS, BP, Tesco, Vodafone, Glaxosmithkline, Aviva, Taylor Wimpey, BT

Users who hold HSBA also hold: BP, Vodafone, Lloyds, Glaxosmithkline, Barclays, Royal Dutch Shell B, National Grid, Aviva, Tesco, BT


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Oct-18
18:28:11
621.538
16
Buy* 
620.60
620.80
99.45
Trade Type:
Ordinary

19-Oct-18
18:17:20
622.4641
125,000
Buy* 
620.60
620.80
778.08k
Trade Type:
Ordinary

19-Oct-18
18:17:20
622.2429
50,000
Buy* 
620.60
620.80
311.12k
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for HSBC (HSBA)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
27-Sep-18Buy Dividends
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
8.97USD1054995
27-Sep-18Buy Dividends
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
8.97USD19716353
27-Sep-18Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
John Flint held the position of CEO and Executive director at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 John Flint
8.97USD4,411320808
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AllAtSea
Posts: 671
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:618.10
China
Thu 18:53
HSBC is set to be the first foreign company to list its shares in China as part of a new stock exchange link between London and Shanghai, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.

Set to go live at the end of this year.
LeftLittleLegacy
Posts: 92
Opinion:Hold
Price:628.90
Has The Tide Turned Yet?
12 Oct '18
Hi All,

It has been some while since I posted on this site, but I expect the events of the last few days have been of concern to us all.

Obviously any “correction” is painful at the time, but many (including some influential bodies) have been suggesting that such an event was long overdue, so it hardly came as a “shock”.

What we still do not know, is:-

How severe/prolonged it may be;

If/when any recovery might commence;

How long it will take to return to previous levels;

How others will respond.

Clearly, some will sell part/all of their holdings to “cut their losses” and I expect that numerous “stop loss orders” have already been placed/taken effect.

Others, however, will see this as an opportunity to top-up, “average down”, obtain a better yield, and perhaps some "buy limit orders" have already been placed/actioned.

Those that “panic” and sell off their holdings just compound the problem in the short-term, but once the “timid” have sold off all/most of their holdings, the “brave” move in and push things in the other direction.

Having held HSBC shares continuously since early 2001, I have seen plenty of peaks and troughs, and it is certainly my intention to ride out this storm.

For those of us who like to take advantage of scrip dividends, if there has to be a dip, then the timing of it could hardly be better!

The shares went ex-dividend yesterday, which was also the first day which influences the new scrip price.

By next Wednesday evening, when the sterling scrip price is fixed (and the US dollar price is likely to be announced the following day), we should have a better idea of the nature of this “correction”.

It may well be wise to await the third quarter update, and indeed the UK budget (which I believe happen on the same day), before finally deciding whether or not to take scrips, and if so, how many.

If dividends are maintained at current levels, then the income stream will not be affected, even if the “book” value has been hit, resulting in (temporary) “paper” losses.

Some investors primarily seek capital growth, whereas others invest mainly for good dividend yields.

Perhaps some of us are "greedy" and would like to see both capital growth and good dividend yield/income!

HSBC has a policy of paying three equal interim dividends (currently 10c), with a variable fourth dividend, and the sterling value of those dividends varies considerably with exchange rate movements - even the effective rate for the scrips and the cash exchange rate for the same dividend sometimes vary quite considerable, because they are set on different dates, and one never knows the cash exchange rate until after the deadline for choosing the scrip option!

All the best with your investment decisions, and have a good weekend.

Regards,

Steve
DC2007
Posts: 176
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:630.10
RE: Irony of the worlds worst Market
11 Oct '18
Advocates or adherents of the passive index fund with a time horizon of ~20yrs who bought in 1999 would have turned such a poor performance. Makes me wonder about the soundness of passive investing - if after 20yrs you can end with no more than you started with, what's the good of it? Impatience of the investor can hardly be blamed for the failure. So is the current vogue for these products selling a pup to the investors who buy in?
Tom78
Posts: 1,114
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:630.10
RE: Irony of the worlds worst Market
11 Oct '18
I agree Toff the UK 100 has been lousy on that time frame. Trouble is it has a lot of ponderous ex growth shares and heavy in resources stocks and little technology like amazon, apple etc that have powered US markets. Mind you some of my smaller company investment trusts have been absolutely battered today through no fault of their own.
toffappleton
Posts: 76
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:630.40
Irony of the worlds worst Market
11 Oct '18
As usual the 7p dividend has been factored into the share price more than three times; and most likely another twice tomorrow. And the index ftse100, that missed out on nearly two decades of gains is also the one that falls heaviest when other markets fall globally. The ftse has got to be the biggest sucker bet in the universe, how can anyone do anything other than lose money with numbers like that?

Ftse down 2.07 percent to 1999 levels
Dow down 1.37
Dax down 1.68

Does anyone really expect ever to make money of that performance?

Toff
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