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It requires a truly global effort that spans public and private sectors, new and old industries, and developed and developing markets

Stuart Gulliver,
HSBC Group Chief Executive,

on financing the low-carbon economy

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Pearl River Delta

30 Sep 2015

China’s Pearl River Delta is in the middle of an economic transformation, creating both challenges and opportunities, says Helen Wong, Chief Executive, Greater China, HSBC.
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HSBC wins awards

02 Oct 2015

HSBC won seven prizes in The Banker magazine’s Investment Banking Awards 2015, including the accolade for Most Innovative Investment Bank of the Year.
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Red Cross donation

HSBC is supporting people in need during Europe’s refugee crisis.

India’s gradual reforms

Fixing one project at a time may be more pragmatic than making systemic changes

Pranjul Bhandari,
Chief Economist, India, HSBC

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in Share information

City Value Direction Deviation
London GBp
507.70 Up 4.70
New York USD
38.94 Up 0.77
Paris EUR
6.84 Up 0.12
Hong Kong HKD
59.35 0.00

in Dividends

Second interim 2015


Announcement date:
3 August 2015
Ex-dividend date:
13 August 2015
Payment date:
2 October 2015

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