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Share Price Information for HSBC Holdings (HSBA)

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Share Price: 428.75
Bid: 428.65
Ask: 428.80
Change: -6.40 (-1.47%)
Spread: 0.15 (0.03%)
Open: 436.05
High: 440.05
Low: 428.00
Yest. Close: 435.15
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UPDATE 2-EU, Singapore finalise details of far-reaching trade deal

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20 Sep 13 08:27

UPDATE 1-EU, Singapore conclude far-reaching trade deal

By Philip Blenkinsop and Rachel Armstrong BRUSSELS/SINGAPORE Sept 20 (Reuters) - The European Union and Singapore submitted for approval on Friday one of the world's most comprehensive free trade agreements, which the EU sees as a stepping stone towards a wider deal with Southeast Asia.

20 Sep 13 07:09

UPDATE 6-JPM's Whale deal with regulators leaves much unsettled

By David Henry and Emily Flitter Sept 19 (Reuters) - The "London Whale" trading scandal, once dismissed as a "tempest in a teapot" by JPMorgan Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon, is costing the largest U.S. bank $920 million in penalties and a rare public admission of wrongdoing. Settlements

19 Sep 13 21:26

UPDATE 1-Ex-CBI boss Lambert to chair new UK bank standards body

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19 Sep 13 16:21

Ex-CBI boss Lambert to chair new UK bank standards body

LONDON, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Richard Lambert, the former director general of the Confederation of British Industry, has been appointed by Britain's biggest banks to set up a new independent body monitoring standards within the industry. Lambert will design and chair the organisation, which w

19 Sep 13 15:52

Goldman, HSBC spat over Huishan IPO highlights Chinese squeeze on banks

By Michael Flaherty and Elzio Barreto HONG KONG, Sept 19 (Reuters) - A recent shouting match between senior bankers involved in Hong Kong's second-largest IPO so far this year illustrates the competitive squeeze on banks from Chinese companies offering incentives ahead of lucrative initial

19 Sep 13 08:21

UPDATE 2-UK investigates two insurers over banned sales commissions

By Chris Vellacott LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Britain's financial regulator is investigating whether two life insurance companies breached new rules that ban the offering of commissions to financial advisers for selling their products. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on We

18 Sep 13 16:34

London close: Stocks sink into the red ahead of FOMC outcome

After a range-bound morning session, markets sunk into the red on Wednesday afternoon as investors reduced their appetite for risk ahead of the Federal Reserve policy decision later this evening. The FTSE 100 closed 11.35 points lower at 6,558.82, the index's second day in negative territory after

18 Sep 13 16:23

Sector movers: Banks rebound after sharp falls

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UPDATE 1-India's new rules aim to rein in disputes on transfer pricing

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London midday: Markets rangebound ahead of Fed decision

Markets were rangebound on Wednesday morning as investors showed nervousness ahead of the all-important Federal Reserve policy decision later this evening. UK stocks were registering moderating gains by midday but just 19 points separated the FTSE 100's intraday low (6,568) and high (6,587) as trad

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Sector movers: Banks fall as government starts Lloyds sell-down

Banking stocks were among the worst performers in London on Tuesday with Lloyds sinking after the government began to sell-off its stake in the lender five years after its state bailout back in 2008. The UK Financial Investments, the company that manages the government's investments in Lloyds and f

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HSBC hires Treasury official for government relations role

LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings has hired a former spokesman for the Britain's prime minister and now a senior official at HM Treasury to develop its banking relations with governments. Michael Ellam will join as managing director of HSBC's public sector banking team in its financ

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