HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBC)

33.07
0.25 0.76
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 32.82
Open 32.90
Day Low/High 32.90 / 33.11
52 Wk Low/High 24.31 / 38.61
Volume 911.23K
Avg Volume 4.42M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 4.07B
Market Cap 101.20B
EPS 1.50
P/E Ratio 92.73
Div & Yield 0.99 (10.33%)

What Stocks Are Value Investors Buying?

Not many, according to filings from Tweedy Browne and Kahn Brothers.

Greek Stocks Crash 23% as Market Opens After 5 Weeks

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Gold to Head Lower Still, Goldman's $1,050 a Key Support Level

Gold to Head Lower Still, Goldman's $1,050 a Key Support Level

After Monday’s bounce in the gold market, gold traders are still using the $1,050 support level set by Goldman Sachs back in 2013 as a key level for their trading.

Apple Pay Launches in UK, Company Moves Forward on Broadcast Streaming

Apple Pay Launches in UK, Company Moves Forward on Broadcast Streaming

Apple (AAPL) has been making headlines for both what it is doing abroad and domestically.

Jim Cramer Is Watching Big Banks in the Trading Week Ahead

Jim Cramer Is Watching Big Banks in the Trading Week Ahead

TheStreet's Jim Cramer will be watching bank earnings in the coming week.

HSBC's $5 Billion Cost Cutting Measures Will Please Investors

HSBC's $5 Billion Cost Cutting Measures Will Please Investors

The correction in Germany’s blue-chip DAX index opens up opportunities for investors, one strategist said.

U.S. Stocks Open Steady and Mixed on Deals in Lending and Gold

U.S. Stocks Open Steady and Mixed on Deals in Lending and Gold

British bank HSBC, (HSBC) in a major revamping of its global strategy, said on Tuesday that it would shed as many as 50,000 jobs as it sells several underperforming businesses.

Global Economy, Greek Debt and British European Union Membership Keep Markets Nervous

Global Economy, Greek Debt and British European Union Membership Keep Markets Nervous

European and Asian markets slide back on a worries over the Chinese economy, Greek debt, and the European Union’s relationships with both Athens and London.

HSBC to Cut 50,000 Jobs Globally, Sell Assets in Brazil and Turkey

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Goldman, Morgan Stanley Near Settlements With Justice Department

Goldman, Morgan Stanley Near Settlements With Justice Department

Goldman Sachs (GS) is one of up to nine banks reportedly expected to pay billions of dollars in settlements with the U.S. Department of Justice.

Greece's Creditors Hold Emergency Summit for Final Proposal

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U.K. Election and the 'Macro Manure'

U.K. Election and the 'Macro Manure'

No matter who wins, the risks to the currency are rising.

European Markets Rise, Despite Greek Debt Worries, but IMF Wants Eurozone to Help Athens Out

European Markets Rise, Despite Greek Debt Worries, but IMF Wants Eurozone to Help Athens Out

European markets remain buoyant despite increasing uncertainty in Greek debt talks.

Disney Earnings, Economic Data: What to Watch on Wall Street May 5

Disney Earnings, Economic Data: What to Watch on Wall Street May 5

For Tuesday, May 5th we get earnings from HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC), DirecTV (DTV), Kellogg Company (K), Discovery Communications (DISCA), Office Depot (ODP), and the Walt Disney Company (DIS).

China Plans Massive Mergers of State Firms

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Europe Officials 'Annoyed' With Greece

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Greece Deal Expected by Week's End

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The Burden of Truth

"In such a spirit on my part and on yours we face our common difficulties. They concern, thank God, only material things. Values have shrunken to fantastic levels; taxes have risen; our ability to pay has fallen; government of all kinds is faced by ...

'It's Different This Time'

Sector and group performance is quite interesting, and conspicuous, today. Financials, especially among money-center banks, have had collateral, absolute and relative damage off the disappointing HSBC (HSBC) profit outlook downgrade. At the same tim...

Big Banks Lower on HSBC

Money-center bank stocks are broadly lower after a big HSBC (HSBC) miss and lower guidance in the face of a net interest margin squeeze and continued legal expense pressures. Importantly, HSBC took down its longer-term, return-on-equity targets late...

Greek Government Under Fire at Home

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Greece to Ask for Loans Extension

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HSBC in Tax Avoidance Scandal

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New Probe into China Margin Trading

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Apple Alone Won't Save This Market

European banks and the U.S. energy space are troubled areas.

Five Things to Know Now: China Firm Defaults

A Chinese property developer defaulted on a loan.

Five Things to Know Now: Keystone Fails

The Keystone pipeline did not get Senate approval.

Five Things to Know Now: Banks Fined

Five banks were fined in currency manipulation probe.  

Five Things to Know Now: Apple's Bond

Apple is said to be preparing a new bond issue.

The Real Injustice

The Real Injustice

It's sad we'd rather lock up reality stars than punish bank fraudsters.