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Share Price Information for HSBC Holdings (HSBA)

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Share Price: 427.90
Bid: 427.90
Ask: 428.00
Change: -5.00 (-1.16%)
Spread: 0.10 (0.02%)
Open: 430.25
High: 431.60
Low: 425.10
Yest. Close: 432.90
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TOP NEWS SUMMARY: Vodafone Shakes Up European Management

21 Jul 15 10:10

Tuesday newspaper round-up: Bank of England, Capital buffers, Bank regulation

(ShareCast News) - The Bank of England will be made to show that it is providing taxpayers with value for money under reforms unveiled today by George Osborne. Mark Carney, the governor, has agreed to open the Bank's books to the National Audit Office (NAO), bringing it into line with government dep

21 Jul 15 07:54

LONDON BRIEFING: IG Shares Deflate As CEO Heads To Balloon Festival

21 Jul 15 07:28

PRESS: Bradesco In Exclusive Talks To Buy HSBC's Brazil Unit - Reuters

21 Jul 15 05:39

FTSE 100 movers: Sports Direct kicked higher, Pearson spikes on FT rumours

(ShareCast News) - London markets inched higher on Monday as weakness in the commodities market was outshone by strength in the pharmaceutical, technological and financial sectors. As of 14:15 BST, the FTSE 100 was trading 0.23% higher at 6,791. Sports Direct International topped the risers as Exan

20 Jul 15 14:02

Broker tips: HSBC, Prudential, Experian, Sports Direct

(ShareCast News) - Citigroup upgraded HSBC to 'buy' from 'neutral' and lifted the price target to 635p from 625p, noting that the stock is trading close to the low end of its valuation range over the past five and 10 years. "Reflecting the improvement to capital ratios from upcoming divestments and

20 Jul 15 11:41

Citigroup upgrades HSBC to 'buy'

(ShareCast News) - Citigroup upgraded HSBC to 'buy' from 'neutral' and lifted the price target to 635p from 625p, noting that the stock is trading close to the low end of its valuation range over the past five and 10 years. "Reflecting the improvement to capital ratios from upcoming divestments and

20 Jul 15 10:10

BUZZ-Standard Chartered: Up after announcing management shake-up

** Emerging markets-focused bank's shares up 1.2 pct, among top FTSE-100 gainers, as CEO Bill Winters announces changes to its management structure ** Heads of major units will report to Winters rather than to his deputy Mike Rees, starting Oct. 1 ** Stock second-highest gainer on FTS

20 Jul 15 08:47

BROKER RATINGS SUMMARY: Citi Raises HSBC To Buy From Neutral

20 Jul 15 08:22

BUZZ-HSBC: Citi ups to "buy" after divestments, stock underperformance

** Banking giant's shares up 1 pct, second-largest FTSE-100 gainer after Citi upgrades rating on co to "buy" from "neutral", PT to 635p from 625p ** Analysts cite improvement to capital ratios from upcoming divestments and recent stock price weakness for upgrade ** Shares have fallen

20 Jul 15 07:54

LONDON BRIEFING: AVEVA Shares Jump As It Agrees Reverse Takeover

20 Jul 15 07:33

UPDATE 3-Head of UK financial watchdog quits early

* Martin Wheatley had been due to step down in March 2016 * Sources say he quit after government didn't extend contract * FCA's Tracey McDermott to be acting chief executive (Adds lawmaker, banker reaction) By Huw Jones LONDON, July 17 (Reuters) - The head of Britain's f

17 Jul 15 14:12

UPDATE 2-Head of UK financial watchdog quits early

* Martin Wheatley had been due to step down in March 2016 * Sources say he quit after government didn't extend contract * FCA's Tracey McDermott to be acting chief executive (Adds sources, lawyer comments, background) By Huw Jones LONDON, July 17 (Reuters) - The head of

17 Jul 15 12:54

RPT-Global banks to steer clear of Iran until sanctions finally go

(Repeats JULY 16 story, no change to text) * Many sanctions on Iran likely to stay for months * Lenders have paid heavy penalties for Iran business * Banks still fear U.S. anti-money laundering rules * UK not recommending insurance trade with Iran yet By Jonathan Sau

17 Jul 15 06:21

Global banks to steer clear of Iran until sanctions finally go

* Many sanctions on Iran likely to stay for months * Lenders have paid heavy penalties for Iran business * Banks still fear U.S. anti-money laundering rules * UK not recommending insurance trade with Iran yet By Jonathan Saul and Thomas Atkins LONDON/FRANKFURT, July

16 Jul 15 17:24

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