|Last Trade:||Buy 1,144 at 700.90p|
|Day's Range||696.80p - 702.30p|
|52wk Range:||632.50p - 798.60p|
|Shares in Issue:||20,092m|
Recent Trades History HSBC (HSBA)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||1,144||700.90||Automatic Execution||14:51:30 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||477||700.90||Automatic Execution||14:51:07 - 20-Apr-18|
|Sell*||203||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:59 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||824||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:59 - 20-Apr-18|
|Sell*||750||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:59 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||1,016||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:59 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||99||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:59 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||391||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:31 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||630||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:31 - 20-Apr-18|
|Buy*||1,682||700.70||Automatic Execution||14:50:31 - 20-Apr-18|
Share Price History for HSBC
|6th Apr 2018 (Fri)||670.40||673.20||661.70||673.70||16,035,817|
|5th Apr 2018 (Thu)||673.30||674.30||667.20||662.10||17,841,687|
|4th Apr 2018 (Wed)||661.50||664.90||650.60||0.00||26,256,616|
|3rd Apr 2018 (Tue)||662.00||667.40||661.30||665.40||18,209,511|
|2nd Apr 2018 (Mon)||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0|
|30th Mar 2018 (Fri)||669.30||673.10||666.40||669.70||4,945,712|
|29th Mar 2018 (Thu)||669.30||673.10||666.40||669.70||4,945,712|
|28th Mar 2018 (Wed)||667.00||669.70||659.50||672.00||27,620,064|
|27th Mar 2018 (Tue)||671.00||678.20||670.00||665.20||21,272,501|
|26th Mar 2018 (Mon)||669.40||673.40||662.80||666.60||23,433,475|
|23rd Mar 2018 (Fri)||672.50||673.40||665.20||677.90||28,315,131|
|22nd Mar 2018 (Thu)||686.30||689.80||675.30||694.00||28,964,798|
|21st Mar 2018 (Wed)||700.30||700.30||691.20||699.10||16,730,320|
|20th Mar 2018 (Tue)||697.80||702.60||697.80||695.60||18,157,927|
HSBC is a globally recognised name (Hong Kong Shanghai Banking Corporation for anyone not in the know) and as of 2008 it is officially the world's largest banking group and the world's largest company according to a composite measure by Forbes Magazine.
The Group provides a range of financial services to more than 128 million customers in four key customer groups and global businesses, these include Commercial Banking, Global Banking, Personal Financial Services and Private Banking. Its Personal Financial Services Group offers a range of personal banking products such as current and savings accounts, mortgages and personal loans, credit cards. Its Global Banking and Markets Group provides tailored financial solutions to various government, corporate and institutional clients, including treasury and capital market services for central banks, corporations, institutional and private investors, financial institutions and other market participants.
HSBC's pe-tax profits for 2008 stood at £12.2bn, an increase of 10%, and the bank's UK commercial banking sector topped the 1bn mark for the first time. Despite its giant corporate status, even HSBC has plenty to worry about, particularly in light of a global credit crunch. In 2008 HSBC suffered a hit from its US retail banking business which suffered $4.3bn (£2.75bn) in impairment charges between July and September, £700m more than the second quarter of the year. However, most financial experts are in agreement that HSBC will weather the storms ahead unlike many of its rivals. Some believe that it could raise capital in the market and should do so to take advantage of the rock bottom prices of smaller rivals who are struggling.
News - Friday, June 12, 2009
The FTSE 100 index remained broadly flat during early trading on Friday, on a day when company news was sparse and trading light....
News - Wednesday, June 03, 2009
There was good news for the services sector in the U.K. on Wednesday morning with the revelation that the Purchasing Managers' Service Sector Index – prepared by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, and Markit – rose to 51.7 in May compared with 48.7 in April....