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Hong Kong Protests Put HSBC in Tough Position
Jimmy Lai, the founder of Next Media Ltd., which owns publications in Hong Kong and Taiwan including the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, said he believed the protesters will stay in the streets.
Hong Kong Protests Expose Differences in Local Media  NASDAQ
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Hong Kong Protests Offer An Interesting Opportunity On HSBC (HSBC)
London-based HSBC Holdings (NYSE:HSBC) has long since shed its reliance on Hong Kong as the source of most of its income.
HSBC Among Banks That Shuttered Branches in Hong Kong
Standard Chartered Plc (STAN) and HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA) were among banks that shuttered some branches in Hong Kong as pro-democracy protesters remained on the streets following weekend clashes with police. About 44 branches, offices and ...
HSBC joins Standard Chartered to shut branches in Hong Kong  The Malay Mail Online
Hong Kong Banks Hit by Protests  Wall Street Journal
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Hong Kong Protests Put HSBC in Tough Spot
Jimmy Lai, the founder of Next Media Ltd., which owns publications in Hong Kong and Taiwan including the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, said he believed the protesters will stay in the streets.
HSBC Advertising Hijacked in Hong Kong Democracy Tussle
HSBC Holdings Plc (5), Europe's biggest bank, was unwittingly drawn into Hong Kong's democracy debate after activists hijacked one of the lender's advertising campaigns to spread their message.
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HSBC Holdings plc - third interim dividend for 2014 on ordinary shares ...
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HSBC declares interim dividend  Interactive Investor
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Don't Bet Against Hong Kong, Says Former HSBC Asia-Pacific Chief
Hong Kong's protests pose a less serious threat to the city than a 2003 SARS epidemic and it would be �alarmist� for firms to consider leaving, said David Eldon, a former Asia-Pacific chairman for HSBC Holdings Plc. �To consider moving away from Hong ...
Something's Gotta Give: A Banker Weighs In on Hong Kong's Leader  Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Standard Chartered and HSBC Holdings Plc Outlook: STAN Tests 2011 Lows ...
HSBC Holdings fell 2.3% after it temporarily closed down few of its branches in Hong Kong amid persistent tensions. Mining stocks, Rio Tinto and Anglo American dropped 1.3% and 1.6% respectively following disappointing outlook of iron prices by a ...
The Best Reason To Buy HSBC Holdings plc  The Motley Fool UK
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Two HSBC Directors Quit In Protest Over New Conduct Rules
The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Holdings PLC (ADR) (HSBC) is suffering huge losses on its executive board.
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Should I Invest In HSBC Holdings plc Now?
HSBC is big in emerging markets with around 70% of 2013′s profit before tax coming from Hong Kong and the rest of the Asia Pacific region.
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