HSBC Holdings plc (HBC1) - Stock Price & Dividends

Exchange: XETRA Stock Exchange • Country: United Kingdom • Currency: EUR • Type: Common Stock • ISIN: GB0005405286

Banking, Investment, Insurance, Credit, Lending, Wealth, Finance

HSBC Holdings plc is a global banking and financial services giant that operates in multiple segments, offering a wide range of financial solutions to individuals, businesses, and institutions worldwide.

The company's Wealth and Personal Banking segment provides an array of retail banking and wealth management products and services, including current and savings accounts, mortgages, personal loans, credit and debit cards, and local and international payment services. Additionally, this segment offers wealth management services, such as insurance and investment products, global asset management services, investment management, and private wealth solutions, catering to personal banking and high net worth individuals.

The Commercial Banking segment serves small and medium-sized enterprises, mid-market enterprises, and corporates, providing a range of services, including credit and lending, treasury management, payment, cash management, commercial insurance, and investment services. This segment also offers commercial cards, international trade and receivables finance services, foreign exchange products, capital raising services on debt and equity markets, and advisory services.

The Global Banking and Markets segment is focused on providing financing, advisory, and transaction services to government, corporate, and institutional clients, as well as private investors. This segment offers credit, rates, foreign exchange, equities, money markets, and securities services, and engages in principal investment activities.

Founded in 1865, HSBC Holdings plc has a rich history and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. With a strong online presence, the company's website can be accessed at https://www.hsbc.com, providing customers with easy access to its range of financial services and products.

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HBC1 Stock Overview

Market Cap in USD 165,936m
Sector Financial Services
Industry Banks - Diversified
GiC SubIndustry Diversified Banks
TER 0.00%
IPO / Inception

HBC1 Stock Ratings

Growth 5y 42.9
Fundamental -8.63
Dividend 7.39
Rel. Performance vs Sector 0.01
Analysts -
Fair Price Momentum 7.72 EUR
Fair Price DCF 0.33 EUR

HBC1 Dividends

Yield 12m 10.54%
Yield on Cost 5y 15.62%
Dividends CAGR 5y 0.77%
Payout Consistency 93.9%

HBC1 Growth Ratios

Growth 12m 25.62%
Growth Correlation 12m 54%
Growth Correlation 3m 71%
CAGR 5y 8.19%
CAGR/Mean DD 5y 0.50
Sharpe Ratio 12m 0.98
Alpha vs SP500 12m 9.84
Beta vs SP500 5y weekly 0.54
ValueRay RSI 27.73
Volatility GJR Garch 1y 23.86%
Price / SMA 50 1.9%
Price / SMA 200 14.65%
Current Volume 69.4k
Average Volume 20d 75.9k

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What is the price of HBC1 stocks?
As of June 15, 2024, the stock is trading at EUR 8.06 with a total of 69,434 shares traded.
Over the past week, the price has changed by -2.04%, over one month by -2.42%, over three months by +19.13% and over the past year by +23.96%.
What are the forecast for HBC1 stock price target?
According to ValueRays Forecast Model, HBC1 HSBC Holdings plc will be worth about 8.5 in June 2025. The stock is currently trading at 8.06. This means that the stock has a potential upside of +5.58%.
Issuer Forecast Upside
Wallstreet Target Price - -
Analysts Target Price - -
ValueRay Target Price 8.5 5.58

The Evolution and Market Presence of HSBC Holdings plc

History

Founded in 1865, HSBC Holdings plc, originally known as The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, was established to finance trade between Asia and the West. From its early days, it became a vital conduit for commerce, connecting emerging markets in Asia with developed markets in Europe and America. Over the years, HSBC has evolved into a global financial institution, expanding its operations worldwide to include a diverse range of financial services.

Core Business

HSBC's core business revolves around providing banking and financial services to corporate, retail, and institutional clients. Its key areas of operation include retail banking and wealth management, commercial banking, global banking and markets, and global private banking. Retail banking and wealth management focuses on personal banking services, managing wealth for individuals, and providing insurance products. Commercial banking offers services for businesses, including lending, payments, and cash management. Global banking and markets cater to corporate and institutional clients, offering investment banking services, financing, and risk management. Global private banking provides tailored private banking, wealth management, and investment services.

Side Business

Apart from its core banking activities, HSBC has ventured into various side businesses that complement its primary operations. These include digital banking solutions, where it embraces technology to offer online and mobile banking services. HSBC also engages in sustainability projects, focusing on green finance and supporting projects that aim to combat climate change and promote sustainable growth. Moreover, the bank has its presence in insurance and investments, offering products that cater to the needs of individuals and businesses alike.

Current Market Status

As of the latest update in 2023, HSBC Holdings plc continues to hold a significant presence in the global financial market. Despite facing challenges such as changing regulatory landscapes and economic uncertainties, HSBC has demonstrated resilience and adaptability. The bank has made strides in digital transformation, enhancing its digital banking platforms to better serve its customers. Moreover, HSBC's commitment to sustainable finance and its investment in technology to improve operational efficiency positions it well within the competitive landscape. While it operates in a dynamic environment, HSBC's robust global network and diverse service offerings continue to support its growth and market position.