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Banks Drop as Budget Measures Disappoint Investors -- Market Talk
1421 GMT - Banking stocks drop after the U.K. budget statement, which didn't offer many surprises over and above details leaked beforehand, GAM Investments says. Finance minister Rishi Sunak ann
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Earnings announcement for the third quarter of 2021
HSBC hires Sarah Wiggins to head UK investment banking push
LONDON (Reuters) - HSBC has appointed Sarah Wiggins as vice chair, global banking in London, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters on Wednesday.Wiggins will join the bank at the end of the fir
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The three major indexes of Hong Kong stocks collectively fell sharply, with the Hang Seng Technology Index down 3.19% and the Hang Seng Index down 1.57%. Among technology stocks, Meituan and Bilibili Inc. fell by more than 5%, JD.com and Baidu, Inc. by more than 3%, and BABA, Tencent, Kuaishou Technology and XIAOMI by more than 2%. Education stocks, Internet medical sector, catering stocks fell, gas stocks, Evergrande concept stocks rose.
Xiaomo released a research report, said that to maintain HSBC Holdings PLC (00005) "overweight" rating, positive growth prospects and other factors, raised this year's full-year earnings forecast, 2022 / 23 earnings survey increased by 3%, the target price raised from HK $52 to HK $57. According to the report, the company's third-quarter results exceeded market expectations, and management and analysts held optimistic views on future growth, asset quality and capital management. The bank pointed out that the interest rate increase led to an improvement in the interest rate outlook, coupled with the fact that currency controls said there would be further buybacks and had confidence in the quality of the assets.
On Tuesday, Heng Heng opened high and went low, closing down 93.76 points, or 0.36%, at 26038.27 points, with the transaction scale slightly expanded. On Tuesday, Heng Heng said that all-sky blue chips were mixed. Sands China led a rise of 4.54%, while Li Ning Co. Ltd., Budweiser Brewing Company APAC Limited, Byd Company Limited and Techtronic Industries also led a rise. On the contrary, Alibaba Health Information Technology led a decline of 10.88%, with China Resources Land, Haidilao International Holding, Country Garden Holdings and China Overseas Land & Investment leading the decline. Today, the Hang Seng Index opened low, once lower in the early stage, and the market atmosphere continued to weaken. Overnight US stocks remained strong, with the Dow, Nasdaq and S & P 500 up 0.04%, 0.06% and 0 respectively.
Morgan Stanley released a research report saying that it maintained HSBC Holdings PLC's rating in line with the market and expected excellent results in the third quarter of this year. It also announced a US $2 billion share buyback and decided to raise its target price from HK $48 to HK $50. The bank said it raised its earnings per share forecasts for this year and next by 7.5 per cent and 4.2 per cent respectively, benefiting from credit impairment this year and the performance of net interest income in the UK. It also announced a $2 billion share buyback in the fourth quarter, and the bank expects a total of $3 billion in share buybacks next year and 2023. The bank pointed out that the share price of currency control is supported by short-term factors.
Goldman Sachs Group released a research report saying that HSBC Holdings PLC (00005) was given a "buy" rating, and the 2021-25 earnings per share forecast was adjusted by 9%, 3%, 3%, 4%, 1%, and the target price was maintained at HK $61. The company's third-quarter pre-tax profit rose 76 per cent year-on-year to $5.403 billion, 32 per cent higher than the bank's forecast, mainly due to lower-than-expected credit charges, the report said. Profit before provision (PPOP) was also 16 per cent better than the bank had expected. Goldman Sachs Group's forecast for the company's net interest income for 2021-23 is 1% less than the market consensus, 3% lower than the market consensus, and 3% lower than market expectations.