HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC) saw downtrend of -0.04% in the recent trading with $28.20 being its most recent. The current price level -27.41% lower than the highest price of $38.85 marked by the stock while trading over the past 52-weeks, whereas it is 57.10% higher than the lowest price of $17.95 the company dropped to over past 52-weeks. The latest news story on HSBC appeared in Bloomberg under the title “Cinepolis Enlists Lazard to Save Its Global Web of Posh Cinemas” on Jan-06-21.
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Squeezing the time span to 30 day period shows us the stock is currently trading -0.81% below one month high and is +12.00% above of the lowest during that time. Looking into the simple moving average, HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC)’s stock stands at a SMA-50 of $25.37 while that of 5-day is reading $26.78.
Daily rise and fall of price influence many of the traders, and in order to overcome the fluctuating effect of that and to watch the stock closely, traders focus more on stock’s 200-day moving average. At various points in trading activity, investors are more likely to be making use of that measure as a strong indicator in figuring out their support and resistance levels, and HSBC’s SMA-200 as of now is $23.71.
Coming around sales and income figures, publically trading companies under normal circumstances post earnings and revenues near to average estimates by the Wall Street analysts, but those could came either above or below estimates and known as surprise factor. During the reported three-month period, company’s sales were $4.99 billion.
Investors get the exact data about the key information of institutional ownership in a listed company through its 13F filings at the Stock Exchange Commission (SEC). The total number of common shares currently owned by the public is 4.07 billion. HSBC does have institutional investors; and they hold 1.50% or $7980.6 of the stock.
As on Sep 29, 2020, Dimensional Fund Advisors LP was the top most holder in HSBC Holdings plc (NYSE:HSBC) with an ownership of 9.66 million shares of the company or 0.24% of the stake worth $189.22 million. The filing also reveals Renaissance Technologies, LLC as the second largest holder in the company with a control over 0.23% of the outstanding shares. Its stake is worth $185.48 million for having 9.47 million shares in hand.
JP Morgan Chase & Company also came holding a key position in the company during the recent quarter and it now holds 0.16% of the outstanding shares. With this there are now 283 institutions which have possession in HSBC’s shares.
Investors are for sure keenly observing the recommendations of analysts at Wall Street about the HSBC Holdings plc And review of current evaluations agreed by the analysts discloses a Buy rating for HSBC. The simple numeric range of brokerage firm referenced at the scale of 1 to 5 reads a current average recommendation of 4.00 for the stock. Lower value of between 0 and 2 implies a Buy recommendation whereas the value in the range of 2 to 3 suggests Hold while above 3 recommends the investors to Sell the stock. Currently, the stock has been recommended as Moderate Sell by 2 of the Wall Street analysts.
The liquidity is a key characteristic of any stock and is the main point of focus of both short-term as well as long term investors before start trading into a stock. In recently reported quarter, current ratio recorded by HSBC Holdings plc was 1.14 while posting a debt to equity ratio of 0.53. The count was 56.73 for long-term debt to equity ratio.
HSBC Holdings plc’s return on equity, or ROE, is 2.90%, compared to the industry average of 7.58% for Financial – Banks – Diversified. Although this indicates that HSBC fails to use its equity well, the metric will vary significantly depending on the industry.
To comprehend better with the trade moves and investors’ behavior, exploring the short, medium and long term technical indicators along with average volume of a stock is an effective way to make use of. When looking into those indicators for HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC), we notice that the stock’s 20-day average volume is at 2,395,236 shares and 100% of short term indicators are suggesting the stock as Buy. Medium term indicators at an average of 100% are spotting the stock at Buy with its 50-day average volume of 3,009,124 shares. And to end, HSBC’s 100-day average volume is 3,135,672 shares with 50% of the long-term indicators pointing towards Buy for the stock.