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Standard Chartered Share Price (STAN)

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Price 764.40on 20-04-2018 at 16:30:00
Change 19.10 2.56%
Buy 764.40
Sell 764.10
Buy / Sell STAN Shares
Last Trade: Sell 5,417 at 760.898p
Day's Volume: 11,315,354
Last Close: 745.30p
Open: 749.50p
ISIN: GB0004082847
Day's Range 748.90p - 766.30p
52wk Range: 688.60p - 864.20p
Market Capitalisation: £25,241m
VWAP: 764.400p
Shares in Issue: 3,302m

Recent Trades History Standard Chartered (STAN)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Sell*5,417760.89816:42:43 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*2,295756.0316:41:38 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*55,992765.351Automatic Execution
16:40:35 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*7,102764.40Uncrossing Trade
16:35:16 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*2,855,165764.40Automatic Execution
16:35:14 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*380764.30Automatic Execution
16:29:54 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*380764.20Automatic Execution
16:29:54 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*380764.30Automatic Execution
16:29:54 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*380764.20Automatic Execution
16:29:54 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*1,205764.10Automatic Execution
16:29:48 - 20-Apr-18

Share Price History for Standard Chartered

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
6th Apr 2018 (Fri)716.00720.40710.20720.105,049,831
5th Apr 2018 (Thu)717.20721.10713.80700.807,595,386
4th Apr 2018 (Wed)703.80704.30688.600.0010,710,852
3rd Apr 2018 (Tue)706.60708.60702.00712.706,159,044
2nd Apr 2018 (Mon)
30th Mar 2018 (Fri)716.90718.90712.00715.102,353,474
29th Mar 2018 (Thu)716.90718.90712.00715.102,353,474
28th Mar 2018 (Wed)712.50715.10702.60719.208,006,740
27th Mar 2018 (Tue)718.20729.80715.70706.509,888,802
26th Mar 2018 (Mon)716.10717.70702.30713.507,177,407
23rd Mar 2018 (Fri)723.60723.60709.10727.107,071,642
22nd Mar 2018 (Thu)740.10741.40723.30747.108,672,052
21st Mar 2018 (Wed)751.20753.10740.00749.706,806,066
20th Mar 2018 (Tue)758.90758.90749.70754.807,198,984

STAN - Standard Chartered Investor Summary

A truly international bank, Standard Chartered PLC emerged from the joining of the Standard Bank of British South Africa and the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China in 1969. Today the company has over 1700 branches in more than 70 countries globally including those of Asia Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, the UK and Europe as well as the Americas. In 1986 the bank saw off a hostile takeover bid by UK bank, Lloyds and since then Standard Chartered have tended to focus on developing strong, profitable franchises throughout Asia, Africa and the Middle East – the areas in which they still have the largest influence.

The bank's main focuses are on corporate, consumer and institutional banking although they also act as a Treasury bank in some countries. Since 2000 Standard Chartered PLC have acquired a number of subsidiary companies including Grindlays Bank from the ANZ Group and Hong Kong's Chase Consumer Banking. They also bought the international banking division of American Express in 2008 which gave them an even bigger percentage of the international banking market. Their regular acquisitions have helped to strengthen their market presence throughout Asia and the Middle East whilst also bolstering their share prices and making them a household name in other parts of the globe. Standard Chartered have been, for the last 12 months at least, consistently placed in the top 25 FTSE100 companies and their continued growth currently makes them one of the largest international banks to date.

News about Standard Chartered (STAN)

FTSE down 0.4% for the day after strong week

News - Friday, March 26, 2010

Utilities and banks dragged the FTSE down today to finish 24.03 points lower at 5703.02. Official data showed that the economic climate remains tough as business investment fell by 4.3 per cent between Q3 2009 and Q4 2009, a record 22.3 per cent annual drop. HMV, the entertainment retailer, was the highlight of the day gaining 9.5 per cent to finish at 88.3 pence in response to a strategy update....

FTSE Back in the Blue

News - Friday, March 05, 2010

The FTSE 100 index resumed winning ways on Friday morning, climbing 27.7 points to 5,554.9 – close to its high point for the year – during early trading. Optimism ahead of US non-farm payrolls data, due at 13.30 GMT lifted stocks on Wall Street and throughout Asia and this was reflected on the London Stock Exchange....

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