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Standard Chartered PLC

2888.HK

Latest Trade

46.00HKD

Change

1.25(+2.79%)

Volume

3,818,796

Today's Range

45.30

 - 

46.00

52 Week Range

33.30

 - 

75.00

As of on the London Stock Exchange (LON) ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
44.75
Open
45.30
Volume
3,818,796
3M AVG Volume
137.73
Today's High
46.00
Today's Low
45.30
52 Week High
75.00
52 Week Low
33.30
Shares Out (MIL)
3,156.18
Market Cap (MIL)
13,947.17
Forward P/E
12.85
Dividend (Yield %)
1.28

Next Event

Standard Chartered PLC at Citi European Financials C-Suite Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

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Standard Chartered Selects AWS To Power Its Strategic Banking Systems And Workloads

Standard Chartered Names Michael Spiegel As Global Head, Transaction Banking

Standard Chartered Q3 Underlying Pretax Profit Down 40%

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About Standard Chartered PLC

Standard Chartered PLC is an international banking company. The Banks's segments include Corporate & Institutional Banking, Retail Banking, Commercial Banking and Private Banking. Its Corporate & Institutional Banking segment allows companies and financial institutions to operate and trade globally, and its Private Banking segment supports high net worth individuals with their banking needs across borders and offers access to global investment opportunities. Its Retail Banking segment offers clients, as well as small businesses a range of banking support solutions, and its Commercial Banking segment provides mid-sized companies with financial solutions and services. Its personal banking offerings include investments and employee banking. Its business banking capabilities include transaction banking, Islamic banking and global research. Its private banking offerings include online services.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

1 Basinghall Avenue

EC2V 5DD

United Kingdom

+44.20.78858888

https://www.sc.com/en/

Executive Leadership

Jose Vinals

Group Chairman of the Board

William Thomas Winters

Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Naguib Kheraj

Non-Executive Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board

Andrew Nigel Halford

Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Tracy Clarke

Regional Chief Executive Officer - Europe & Americas and CEO, Private Bank

Key Stats

2.45 mean rating - 22 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2017

14.4K

2018

14.8K

2019

15.4K

2020(E)

14.9K
EPS (USD)

2017

0.470

2018

0.610

2019

0.750

2020(E)

0.410
Price To Earnings (TTM)
23.00
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.15
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.37
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
11.89
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
143.59
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
138.92
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.17

Latest News

Latest News

Ivory Coast to sell first pandemic-era Eurobond in sub-Saharan Africa

Ivory Coast is looking to sell sub-Saharan Africa's first pandemic-era Eurobond as developing issuers increasingly tap into global capital markets to benefit from this year's plunge in interest rates in the COVID-19 pandemic.

StanChart moves to permanent flexible working

Standard Chartered will make permanent the flexible working arrangements for most employees that were put in place during the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Thursday.

StanChart moves to permanent flexible working

Standard Chartered will make permanent the flexible working arrangements for most employees that were put in place during the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Thursday.

StanChart warns profit goal pushed back as pandemic bites

Standard Chartered <STAN.L> posted a smaller-than-expected 40% slide in third-quarter profit as it lowered loan loss expectations linked to the coronavirus pandemic, but warned it would take longer to hit a key profitability target.

Emirate of Sharjah hires banks for tap of 2029 sukuk - document

Sharjah, the third-largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, has hired banks to arrange a reopening of its existing $750 million 2029 sukuk, or Islamic bond, that it sold last year, a document showed.

Standard Chartered seeks brokerage licence in mainland China: Xinhua

The Hong Kong unit of Standard Chartered <2888.HK>[STANB.UL] has applied for a brokerage licence in mainland China, the state-backed Xinhua News Agency reported on Monday.

StanChart cuts jobs in United Arab Emirates

Standard Chartered <STAN.L> is making some staff in its United Arab Emirates business redundant, a spokesman for the bank said on Wednesday.

DBS, StanChart lead banking group to develop digital trade finance registry

DBS Group Ltd and Standard Chartered are leading a group of 12 other banks in Singapore to create and conduct a digital trade finance registry, to mitigate the risk of trade fraud, the two banks said in a statement on Tuesday.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares weaker on lockdown worries, banking sell-off

Asian shares were broadly weaker Tuesday as possible delays in expanded U.S. stimulus and concerns about fresh pandemic lockdowns in Europe dented the recent positive sentiment towards global equity markets.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks down on fresh lockdown worries, banking sell-off; dollar rises

Asian shares extended losses for the second day on Tuesday while the dollar rose, as possible delays in expanded U.S. stimulus and concerns about fresh pandemic lockdowns in Europe knocked investor sentiment.

Keys takeaways from the FinCen Files

Shares of the biggest global banks dropped on Monday after news reports said they allowed large sums of allegedly illicit funds to move through the financial system, despite red flags about the origins of the money.

REFILE-Lockdown worries knock European stocks lower, HSBC tumbles

European stocks headed lower for a third straight session on Monday, hit by worries about a surge in coronavirus cases in the continent and a slide in HSBC and Standard Chartered following reports alleging the UK lenders of moving illicit funds.

FTSE 100 falls as StanChart, HSBC slide on 'FinCEN' report

A slide in HSBC and Standard Chartered shares hit the FTSE 100 on Monday as reports said they and other banks moved allegedly illicit funds over nearly two decades, while a surge in COVID-19 cases raised the spectre of another round of lockdowns.

HSBC, StanChart Hong Kong shares fall after 'FinCEN' leak

HSBC and Standard Chartered's Hong Kong shares fell on Monday after media reports that they and other banks moved large sums of allegedly illicit funds over nearly two decades despite red flags about the origins of the money.

Exclusive: Winson Oil wins favourable ICC decisions in claims against banks - documents

A Singapore oil trader has won favourable decisions from the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) against two banks in trade-finance disputes related to troubled Hin Leong Trading, documents reviewed by Reuters showed.

Standard Chartered to streamline business, cut senior roles

Standard Chartered said on Thursday it would merge several of its businesses and reduce the number of top executives as the Asia and Africa-focused bank seeks to trim costs and create a leaner business.

Standard Chartered sues South Africa's Land Bank to recover debt

Standard Chartered <STAN.L> is suing South Africa's Land Bank to recover debts, Land Bank said on Tuesday, after the state-owned agricultural lender defaulted on repayments for debt worth 50 billion rand ($2.97 billion) in April.

StanChart to sharpen focus on costs after first-half profit hit by loan losses

Standard Chartered PLC <STAN.L> on Thursday posted a 33% fall in first-half profit after credit impairment charges jumped six-fold as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and said it would continue to keep a tight lid on costs.

StanChart first-half profit down 33% on higher loan impairments

Standard Chartered PLC posted a 33% fall in its first-half pre-tax profit, as the bank took hefty credit impairment charges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic downturn in its main markets.

REFILE-MOVES-Standard Chartered names Yazaid al-Salloom as CEO of Saudi business - memo

Standard Chartered has named Yazaid al-Salloom as chief executive officer of its business in Saudi Arabia, as it seeks to expand in the kingdom after getting a banking licence last year, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.

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