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HSBC Share Price (HSBA)

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Price 657.50on 22-05-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 5.00 0.77%
Buy 660.30
Sell 659.90
Buy / Sell HSBA Shares
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Last Trade: Sell 27,723 at 657.50p
Day's Volume: 23,869,937
Last Close: 652.50p
Open: 656.30p
ISIN: GB0005405286
Day's Range 655.00p - 662.20p
52wk Range: 596.40p - 740.70p
Market Capitalisation: £133,053m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 20,236m

Recent Trades History HSBC (HSBA)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*27,723657.5017:53:33 - 22-May-19
Sell*479,285656.5918:03:32 - 22-May-19
Sell*114,830657.67117:43:37 - 22-May-19
Sell*1,900656.05417:41:08 - 22-May-19
Sell*54,583656.51417:33:30 - 22-May-19
Sell*86657.52617:21:01 - 22-May-19
Sell*87657.50717:20:41 - 22-May-19
Sell*2,073657.57417:17:56 - 22-May-19
Buy*625,683660.3517:12:48 - 22-May-19
Sell*496658.1817:05:39 - 22-May-19

Share Price History for HSBC

Time period:
Date Open High Low Close Volume
22nd May 2019 (Wed)656.30662.20655.00652.5023,869,937
21st May 2019 (Tue)655.10656.50651.500.0015,557,858
20th May 2019 (Mon)652.80654.60645.10654.7020,670,698
17th May 2019 (Fri)655.00658.40650.60661.0045,773,341
16th May 2019 (Thu)656.60662.20654.80663.3016,158,267
15th May 2019 (Wed)658.00663.30656.60653.6018,961,890
14th May 2019 (Tue)652.30654.50649.80650.0014,974,537
13th May 2019 (Mon)655.80656.30647.20652.0012,297,224
10th May 2019 (Fri)656.00659.70650.30651.9010,435,973
9th May 2019 (Thu)653.00653.50648.30659.0015,600,677
8th May 2019 (Wed)660.50661.80654.80662.2014,902,495
7th May 2019 (Tue)667.90670.40659.50680.6031,550,979
6th May 2019 (Mon)
3rd May 2019 (Fri)683.00687.70679.10667.7032,188,137
2nd May 2019 (Thu)665.00670.70662.70664.9013,964,384
1st May 2019 (Wed)667.00670.00663.70667.106,970,188
30th Apr 2019 (Tue)666.00668.90662.80669.5015,746,797
29th Apr 2019 (Mon)665.30671.40661.50665.4012,122,662
26th Apr 2019 (Fri)664.20668.80659.80661.9014,946,316
25th Apr 2019 (Thu)662.30663.00658.00662.7014,450,226
24th Apr 2019 (Wed)666.00667.00660.10667.6017,312,354
23rd Apr 2019 (Tue)665.00668.80663.90666.5018,612,148

HSBA - HSBC Investor Summary

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 about HSBC (HSBA)

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