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HSBC Share Price (HSBA)



Share Price Information for HSBC (HSBA)


Share Price: 655.30Bid: 655.30Ask: 655.40Change: 4.70 (+0.72%)Riser - Hsbc Hldgs.uk
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 654.60High: 657.40Low: 653.10Yesterday’s Close: 650.60

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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655.30
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655.30
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655.40
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0.72%4.70
Share Price SpacerVolume
4,344,661
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654.60
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657.40
Share Price SpacerLow
653.10
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650.60
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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 19,906.72m £130,448.76m 3,000

52 Week High 798.60 52 Week High Date 11-JAN-2018
52 Week Low 644.50 52 Week Low Date 11-SEP-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
5,045 1,905,922 2,322,055 18.348 35.72 39.76 6.07


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, Glaxosmithkline, Lloyds, Barclays, Royal Dutch Shell B, National Grid, Aviva, Tesco, BT


Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Sep-18
10:28:08
655.30
196
Sell* 
655.30
655.50
1,284
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

19-Sep-18
10:28:08
655.50
8
Buy* 
655.30
655.50
52.44
Trade Type:
Ordinary

19-Sep-18
10:27:36
655.50
920
Buy* 
655.40
655.50
6,031
Trade Type:
Automatic execution




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Directors Deals for HSBC (HSBA)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
14-Sep-18Sell
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
Iain Mackay held the position of Group Finance Director at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Iain Mackay
656.9GBX24,0211695240
17-Aug-18Buy
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
696.9GBX32,321310892
17-Aug-18Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HSBC Holdings
Iain Mackay held the position of Group Finance Director at HSBC Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Iain Mackay
696.9GBX18,0611719261
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fleccy
Posts: 2,480
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:658.40
RE: HSBC
Sun 22:58
"The gov can't keep inflating the bubble for ever."

It's not the Government inflating the bubble, it's supply and demand. Anyone that thinks UK house prices will collapse are kidding themselves. The only thing that would precipitate a 30% drop, would be interest rates climbing significantly and causing severe mortgage defaults, but that's highly unlikely. The UK property market has been lifted by big property funds competing directly with first time buyers and this in turn has lifted all house prices. If the big institutions thought that a house price collapse is imminent, I don't think there would be as many equity release adverts on the TV.
"A large number of providers and advisers are members of the Equity Release Council, which means they must adhere to a strict code of conduct designed to protect consumers. These safeguards offer a “no negative equity guarantee”, meaning you will never owe more than the value of your property."
Tom78
Posts: 1,097
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:658.40
RE: HSBC
Sun 21:35
House prices are more than 30% over valued in any case, long overdue bursting. The gov can't keep inflating the bubble for ever.
AllAtSea
Posts: 608
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:658.40
RE: HSBC
Sun 07:35
"I read that Carney sees a house market crash happening over the next 3yrs, near 30% correction. "

Fake news alert!

Carney was presenting a series of outcome scenarios to senior cabinet ministers, the worst of which was a no-deal apocalypse now situation. That was the one where house prices fall 30-35%. It was a confidential meeting but details were leaked.

Of course headline writers had a field day but in most cases the following article gave the lie to the headline.
driftking27
Posts: 1,401
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:658.40
10yrs since Lehman
Fri 20:15
It’s 15yrs since Lehman Brothers went bust tomorrow (15/9/18). Doesn’t seem 10yrs, more like a few years..
driftking27
Posts: 1,401
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:657.30
RE: HSBC
Fri 14:56
I’ll second that, I said this last year, he is just a big numpty with too big an ego to have any manners or sense.

Trump will be booted out of WH!!

I read that Carney sees a house market crash happening over the next 3yrs, near 30% correction.

How can he say such a comment when he has been asked to extend his current contract as BOE chief! Lol
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