HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBC)

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NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 43.47
Open 43.33
Day Low/High 43.24 / 43.36
52 Wk Low/High 28.62 / 44.44
Volume 1.21M
Avg Volume 1.81M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 4.01B
Market Cap 174.43B
EPS 0.30
P/E Ratio 621.43
Div & Yield 2.00 (4.60%)

Latest News

HSBC Cracks Down on Money Laundering With AI Startup Ayasdi

HSBC Cracks Down on Money Laundering With AI Startup Ayasdi

The London-based banking group will implement Ayasdi's AI technology to automate anti-money laundering probes.

HSBC Launches Global 'Social Network' For Business Customers

HSBC Commercial Banking has launched the HSBC Connections Hub, a digital platform designed to enable business customers to leverage HSBC's global network to connect with trusted buyers and sellers around the world.

HSBC Accused of Foreign Exchange Manipulation

HSBC Accused of Foreign Exchange Manipulation

The ECU Group, a UK-based currency investment firm, filed an application asking for HSBC to turn over its records on three significant foreign exchange orders from 2006.

HSBC Teams with AI Startup to Battle Money Laundering

HSBC Teams with AI Startup to Battle Money Laundering

The majority of investigations into money laundering at banks does not uncover suspicious activity, which is a waste of resources.

Despite Challenges, US Millennials Are Going All Out To Retire Early, HSBC Research

US millennials expect to retire at age 58 - earlier than any other western market globally - and are taking a number of steps to make it happen, according to HSBC's latest Future of Retirement research.

Blockchain Startup Catches Eye of Intel, Big Banks

Blockchain Startup Catches Eye of Intel, Big Banks

How one privately held blockchain turned an advisory services agreement into $107 million in equity financing from some of the world's top financial institutions and tech companies.

Lloyds Chair Denies Imminent 'Jenga Tower' Collapse of the City Post-Brexit

Lloyds Chair Denies Imminent 'Jenga Tower' Collapse of the City Post-Brexit

Lord Blackwell's comments diverge from the HSBC's chairman about the fate of the City of London following Brexit.

The Reckoning: Wall Street's Worst Day Since September After Latest Trump Scandal

The Reckoning: Wall Street's Worst Day Since September After Latest Trump Scandal

Messy politics in Washington, D.C., spilled over onto financial markets on Wednesday, the most punishing day for stocks this year.

The Reckoning: S&P 500 Has Worst Day Since September on Latest Trump Scandal

The Reckoning: S&P 500 Has Worst Day Since September on Latest Trump Scandal

Stocks hold onto their worst losses since September on Wednesday as another Donald Trump scandal provoked a selloff.

The Reckoning: Stocks Fall as Another Scandal Shakes White House

The Reckoning: Stocks Fall as Another Scandal Shakes White House

Stocks add to losses on Wednesday morning as another Donald Trump scandal puts his agenda in jeopardy for the second time this week.

Mexico Antitrust Regulator Looking into Banks Over Bond Price Manipulation

Mexico Antitrust Regulator Looking into Banks Over Bond Price Manipulation

Investigators are trying to determine if the banks coordinated bids to lower prices and raise yields for holders, costing the government and companies in higher interest rates.

HSBC Announces $1.5 Million Grant To Expand Horizons Learning Programs To Reach More Kids

HSBC today announced a charitable grant of $1.5 million to help bring Horizons multi-year learning programs to new communities and serve more low-income children across the country.

Joe Abruzzo Announced As HSBC's Head Of Global Private Banking, Americas

HSBC Global Private Banking announced that Joe Abruzzo has succeeded Marlon Young as Head of Global Private Banking, Americas.

European Stocks Buoyed by Corporate Earnings and French Election Hopes

European Stocks Buoyed by Corporate Earnings and French Election Hopes

The outcome of the final televised debate between the two French presidential candidates set markets up for a positive start while corporate earnings did the rest

HSBC U.S. Unit Produces First Dividend Since 2006

HSBC U.S. Unit Produces First Dividend Since 2006

HSBC shares were rising premarket.

HSBC Tops FTSE Leaderboard After Earnings Beat, Balance Sheet Build

HSBC Tops FTSE Leaderboard After Earnings Beat, Balance Sheet Build

HSBC shares rose to a one-month high Thursday after Europe's biggest lender beat analysts' estimates for first quarter earnings and boosted the strength of its balance sheet.

Daily Earnings Round-Up

Daily Earnings Round-Up

Your round-up of the day's earnings reports

Wake Up Wall Street: Facebook Approaches Two Billion Users

Wake Up Wall Street: Facebook Approaches Two Billion Users

This is what you need to know before the opening bell

European Stocks Gain, France's CAC-40 Tops 9-Year High as Earnings Impress

European Stocks Gain, France's CAC-40 Tops 9-Year High as Earnings Impress

European stocks posted firm early gains, with markets in France hitting their highest levels since the global financial crisis, as investors focused on a host of bluechip earnings reports.

Global Financial News: Investors Shift Focus to Corporate Earnings

Global Financial News: Investors Shift Focus to Corporate Earnings

Investors focus on currency markets and benchmark corporate earnings ahead of this week's key labor market report from the United States.

HSBC Beats First Quarter Earnings Estimate, Sees Tier 1 Capital Improvement

HSBC Beats First Quarter Earnings Estimate, Sees Tier 1 Capital Improvement

HSBC posted stronger-than-expected first quarter earnings Thursday but indicted it had no plans to either buyback shares or increase its dividend despite its strong capital base.

How Microsoft and Google Are Gunning for Amazon's Cloud Dominance

How Microsoft and Google Are Gunning for Amazon's Cloud Dominance

Each of the big players is trying to establish points of differentiation for their cloud services.

Week Ahead: Apple Earnings, Jobs Report on the Docket in Busy Start to May

Week Ahead: Apple Earnings, Jobs Report on the Docket in Busy Start to May

May kicks off with a busy first week filled with earnings, monetary policy and a snapshot of the health of the economy.

European Banks Are Finally Looking Better

European Banks Are Finally Looking Better

The subject of investors' worries for a long time, European banks finally are looking better based on their first-quarter earnings.

Latest Results Suggest European Banks Are Out of the Doldrums

Latest Results Suggest European Banks Are Out of the Doldrums

The subject of investors' worries for a long time, European banks finally are looking better based on their first-quarter earnings.

Say Hello, Hola, ¿¿, To Voice ID

HSBC in the US announced a new voice biometric authentication system enabling retail customers to access their accounts by using their own voice.

Jobless Analyst Mike Mayo's New Hobby Is Nitpicking Citi on CEO Pay

Jobless Analyst Mike Mayo's New Hobby Is Nitpicking Citi on CEO Pay

Mike Mayo lost his job in February. But the fiery Wall Street veteran, who has a reputation for badgering CEOs, isn't going away. On Tuesday, he'll attend Citigroup's shareholder meeting.

Saudi Aramco Expected to Become World's Most Valuable Publicly Traded Company

Saudi Aramco Expected to Become World's Most Valuable Publicly Traded Company

Saudi Aramco is leaning toward listing its giant, state-run oil company in New York