HSBC Holdings, plc. (HSBC): Price and Financial Metrics


HSBC Holdings, plc. (HSBC): $31.22

0.58 (+1.89%)

POWR Rating

Component Grades

Growth

S

Value

I

Momentum

G

Stability

N

Sentiment

U

Quality

P

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HSBC Stock Summary

  • HSBC has a higher market value than 98.19% of US stocks; more precisely, its current market capitalization is $122,879,050,511.
  • The price/operating cash flow metric for Hsbc Holdings Plc is higher than just 3.34% of stocks in our set with a positive cash flow.
  • HSBC's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of 96.65% of US stocks.
  • If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Hsbc Holdings Plc, a group of peers worth examining would be AXP, TD, SCHW, RY, and CHTR.
  • Visit HSBC's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to www.hsbc.com.

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HSBC Price/Volume Stats

Current price $31.22 52-week high $31.75
Prev. close $30.64 52-week low $17.95
Day low $31.10 Volume 206,886
Day high $31.34 Avg. volume 2,204,522
50-day MA $27.92 Dividend yield N/A
200-day MA $24.21 Market Cap 127.18B

HSBC Holdings, plc. (HSBC) Company Bio


HSBC Bank provides banking and financial products and services in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, North America, and Latin America. The company was founded in 1865 and is based in London, United Kingdom.


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U.K. Debt Chief Says Gilt Liquidity Behind Calm on Bond Rout

(Bloomberg) -- The head of the U.K.’s Debt Management Office is hardly batting an eye over the meltdown in U.S. Treasuries that sent shockwaves across global bond markets last week for one key reason: liquidity at home.Chief Executive Officer Robert Stheeman argues gilts are more insulated from the turmoil because of the market’s smaller size and network of primary dealers, or banks tasked with backstopping the market by buying and selling the securities even at times of unexpected volatility.“I think that will certainly help us cope with whatever the market decides to throw at us this year,” he said in an interview on Wednesday. “We’re not the world’s reserve currency, but we do have, without any doubt -- and I say this with a very high degree of confidence because I see the numbers --...

Yahoo | March 4, 2021

HSBC's taipan steps up with proposal to help Hong Kong's youth study, find jobs or start businesses in Greater Bay Area

HSBC, the target of attack by some protesters during Hong Kong's 2019 street rallies, is stepping up on its support of a government effort to promote jobs and education opportunities for the city's youth. Peter Wong Tung-shun, the bank's Asia-Pacific chief executive and a delegate representing Hong Kong in China's national legislature, has proposed the establishment of an organisation to provide guidance and advice to the city's youth to help them study, work or set up new businesses on the mainland, particularly in the Greater Bay Area (GBA). Get the latest insights and analysis from our Global Impact newsletter on the big stories originating in China. A Chinese national flag flies in front of HSBC headquarters in Hong Kong, China, July 28, 2020. Photo: Reuters alt=A Chinese national f...

Yahoo | March 4, 2021

Meng Wanzhou's lawyers say HSBC 'fully knew' that Huawei controlled affiliates that did business in Iran

HSBC bankers "fully knew" that Huawei Technologies controlled the accounts of affiliates through which it did business in Iran, undermining US claims that Meng Wanzhou defrauded the bank by allegedly lying about the relationships, a Vancouver court heard on Monday. Meng's lawyers are pressing their claim this week that the Huawei executive is the victim of an abuse of process, and that former US president Donald Trump tainted the American fraud case against her so badly that the US bid to have her extradited from Canada should be thrown out by the Supreme Court of British Columbia. They are also seeking to further a separate argument about the alleged abuse, that US authorities misled the court with their records of the case. They are applying to have a series of affidavits admitted to ...

Yahoo | March 2, 2021

HSBC let me down after cruise company collapsed

HSBC let me down after cruise company collapsed. We had paid a total of £3,342 for two holidays but are still out of pocket months later

Yahoo | March 2, 2021

Why China can’t fix the global chip shortage

Why can’t China step in to fill the chip shortage? The vaunted factory floor of the world has flooded the global economy with goods, and has often had to deal with domestic oversupplies itself. Why then has it been largely on the sidelines of the debate over solving the worldwide semiconductor shortage?The stark reality is that, when it comes to chips and chipmaking machinery, China just can’t produce what the world needs. Its self-sufficiency in semiconductors remains low: It exports about $100 billion worth of chips but imports more than $300 billion. Meanwhile, China makes 28% of the semiconductor production equipment required by chipmakers, according to HSBC Holdings Plc. estimates.The chip foundries and production lines that have been set up in China require imported machinery. Las...

Economic Times India | March 1, 2021

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HSBC Price Returns

1-mo 16.75%
3-mo 17.28%
6-mo 47.19%
1-year -3.22%
3-year -28.46%
5-year 23.31%
YTD 20.49%
2020 -31.72%
2019 1.43%
2018 -16.05%
2017 34.68%
2016 9.90%

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