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Market Watch
Why ‘America first’ isn’t your best investment ideabelow the 1.9% rate in 2016, which was the fastest pace of economic expansion i
Market Watch / Posted 4 days ago
below the 1.9% rate in 2016, which was the fastest pace of economic expansion in five years. Another important data point: HSBC Holdings PLC HSBC, -0.87% Europe’s largest bank, topped earnings expectations handily and boasted enough of a cash... Read more
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Investopedia
Top 5 Shareholders of HSBCHSBC Holdings plc (HSBC) is one of the largest banking and financial institutio
Investopedia / Posted 6 days ago
HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC) is one of the largest banking and financial institutions in the world. The company operates in approximately 4,400 offices in both emerging market economies and developed countries. Its lines of business include retail... Read more
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The Economic Times
India's mid-year Economic Survey says fiscal outlook cloudedbe 3.2 percent of gross domestic product in the year to March 2018. While that
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
be 3.2 percent of gross domestic product in the year to March 2018. While that would be smaller than the previous year’s 3.5 percent, it’s wider than the target of 3 percent. The government intends to hit that target next year, the economic survey... Read more
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Market Watch
HSBC profit surges; plans $2 billion share buybackLONDON-- HSBC Holdings PLC said it would regularly buy back shares if it has ex
Market Watch / Posted 18 days ago
LONDON-- HSBC Holdings PLC said it would regularly buy back shares if it has extra capital, in the latest sign of strength from the global banking giant. HSBC said Monday it will buy back another $2 billion in shares, adding to the $3.5 billion... Read more
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Market Watch
HSBC profit rises 57%; plans $2 billion buybackLONDON-- HSBC Holdings PLC will buy back another $2 billion in shares and left
Market Watch / Posted 18 days ago
LONDON-- HSBC Holdings PLC will buy back another $2 billion in shares and left the door open to return more cash to shareholders as strong returns in its business bolster its capital. The global bank giant has been generating more profit than it... Read more
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The Star
Top foreign and local stories at 4pminflation figures could throw cold water on the European Central Bank’s plans t
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
inflation figures could throw cold water on the European Central Bank’s plans to start tightening policy. — Reuters HSBC H1 profit rises 5%, announces up to US$2b share buyback: HSBC Holdings Plc on Monday said profit rose 5% to US$10.2... Read more
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The Star
HSBC H1 profit rises 5%, announces up to US$2b share buybackHONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc on Monday said profit rose 5% in the first half of
The Star / Posted 18 days ago
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc on Monday said profit rose 5% in the first half of the year, beating analyst estimates, and announced its third share buyback in the past year on the back of a growing capital base. Pre-tax profit reached US$10.2 billion... Read more
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asianage
HSBC records 5 per cent rise in profit, calls for USD 2 billion share buybackHong Kong: HSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first
asianage / Posted 18 days ago
Hong Kong: HSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first half of the year, beating analyst estimates, and announced its third share buyback in the past year on the back of a growing capital base. Pretax profit reached USD 10.2... Read more
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The Hindu
HSBC profit rose by 5%, announces buyback of sharesHSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first half of the
The Hindu / Posted 18 days ago
HSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first half of the year, beating analyst estimates, and announced its third share buyback in the past year on the back of a growing capital base. Pretax profit reached $10.2 billion in the... Read more
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Business Standard India
HSBC says first-half profit rose 5 percent, announces up to $2 billion share buybackHONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 per
Business Standard India / Posted 18 days ago
HONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings PLC on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first half of the year, beating analyst estimates, and announced its third share buyback in the past year on the back of a growing capital base. Pretax profit... Read more
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Reuters
HSBC's first-half profit rises 5 percent, beating estimatesHONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) (0005.HK) on Monday sai
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
HONG KONG/LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings PLC (HSBA.L) (0005.HK) on Monday said profit rose 5 percent in the first half of the year, as Europe's biggest bank reduced operational costs and increased income in its core markets of Britain and Hong... Read more
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Newsmax
Citi: Foreign Investors Could Pour $3 Trillion Into China by 2025financial markets that could see them match the U.S. in size and lure more than
Newsmax / Posted a month ago
financial markets that could see them match the U.S. in size and lure more than $3 trillion in capital from abroad by 2025, according to a study by Citigroup Inc. While the country’s initial efforts to internationalize its currency hit a bump in... Read more
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EuroNews
London forex traders plead not guilty to U.S. rigging chargesThree former London-based traders pleaded not guilty on Monday to U.S. charges
EuroNews / Posted 1 months ago
Three former London-based traders pleaded not guilty on Monday to U.S. charges they conspired to rig prices in the roughly $5 trillion (3.82 trillion pounds) foreign exchange market. Chris Ashton, Rohan Ramchandani and Richard Usher, who worked at... Read more
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Reuters
London forex traders plead not guilty to U.S. rigging chargesThree former London-based traders pleaded not guilty on Monday to U.S. charges
Reuters / Posted 1 months ago
Three former London-based traders pleaded not guilty on Monday to U.S. charges they conspired to rig prices in the roughly $5 trillion foreign exchange market. The defendants were charged in January, and agreed last month to appear in Manhattan... Read more

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