HSBC shares in demand as group posts Q3 profit rise
Group’s third-quarter profits beat forecasts
RBC trims stance on HSBC last month
Analysts argue stock is vulnerable to US-China trade war
Move to be part of plans by new stock exchange link between London and Shanghai
Settlement resolves claims for issues in run-up to financial crisis
Redburn trims stance on HSBC
Analysts question group’s plans to generate revenue growth with less capitalSeptember 2018
HSBC close to launching new digital bank
‘Project Iceberg’ aimed at sinking online rivalsSeptember 2018
HSBC shares little changed as UBS flags risks to H2 income
Analysts retain ‘neutral’ rating on Asia-focused lenderAugust 2018
Hargreaves Lansdown weighs in on HSBC’s results
Analysts say lender is struggling to reassure investorsAugust 2018
HSBC shares down as group posts results
Europe’s biggest bank ‘cautiously optimistic’ on global growthAugust 2018
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HSBC share price: Lender faces new ring-fencing hurdle
HSBC’s plans to ring-fence its UK retail banking operations are facing a new regulatory hurdle.May 2015
HSBC share price: Bank confirms speculation surrounding Brazilian unit disposal
HSBC seeking buyer for Brazilian unitMay 2015
HSBC share price: Focusing on China may leave bank in vulnerable position
Lender viewed as ‘bargain basement’ stock with significant long-term potentialSeptember 2015
HSBC share price: Brazil probes Swiss unit client list
Brazil tax officials probe HSBC Swiss recordsMay 2015
HSBC share price: labour issues weigh on Brazil unit price tag, sources
Sale of HSBC Brazilian division weighed down by legal expensesMay 2015
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About HSBC Holdings plc
HSBC is a British multinational banking and financial services company which provides a variety of services, including retail and corporate banking, trade, trusteeship, securities, custody, capital markets, treasury, private and investment banking, and insurance.
The origins of HSBC lie in Hong Kong and Shanghai, where branches were first opened in 1865. In 1991, HSBC was founded in London by the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation to act as a new holding group for the company.
The company is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom and organised within four business groups: Global Banking and Markets, Global Private Banking, Retail Banking and Wealth Management, and Commercial Banking. HSBC operates through a network of approximately 7,200 offices and 89 million customers in 85 countries and territories across Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America.
In June 2012, the companyâs indirect wholly owned subsidiary, HSBC Iris Investments Ltd, sold its 4.73-percent interest in Axis Bank Limited and 4.74-percent interest in Yes Bank Limited. In July 2012, its subsidiary, HSBC Europe, sold its 100-percent interest in HSBC Credit Zrt, to CentralFund Kockazati Tokealap. As of 31 December 2012 HSBC had total assets of $2.693 trillion, making it one of the worldâs largest banks.
HSBC has a dual primary listing on the Hong Kong and London Stock Exchanges and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index and the Hang Seng. The bank has secondary listings on Euronext Paris and Bermuda Stock Exchanges, whilst its ADRs are listed via the New York Stock Exchange.