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HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC)

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30.75+0.23 (+0.75%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
30.75 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 04:28PM EDT
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Previous close30.52
Bid30.71 x 1400
Ask31.12 x 4000
Day's range30.28 - 31.12
52-week range24.31 - 38.61
Avg. volume3,776,032
Market cap123.688B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.58
PE ratio (TTM)215.79
EPS (TTM)0.14
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.25 (4.07%)
Ex-dividend date10 Mar 2022
1y target est41.85
  • Financial Times

    HSBC banker draws fire after accusing policymakers of climate change hyperbole

    The global head of responsible investing at HSBC Asset Management has drawn fire after accusing central bankers and policymakers of overstating the financial risks of climate change in an attempt to “out-hyperbole the next guy”. Speaking at a Financial Times Moral Money event on Thursday, Stuart Kirk said that throughout his 25-year career in the finance industry “there was always some nut job telling me about the end of the world”, likening the climate crisis to the Y2K bug that predicted a widespread computer glitch at the turn of the millennium. “Climate change does pose a material risk to financial assets, which Kirk should be well aware of given his role in responsible investment,” said O’Sullivan.

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