HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong
HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong
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HSBC eyes restarting dividend as third-quarter profit beats estimates on strength of Asian business, slower loan losses

  • HSBC cancelled its final dividend for 2019 and suspended payments this year at request of UK regulator
  • Pre-tax profit was US$3.07 billion, above a consensus estimate of US$2.07 billion

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HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong
HSBC’s iconic lion sculptures, known as Stephen and Stitt (above), returned to public view at HSBC”s main building in Hong Kong last week after being under wraps for more than nine months in what has been a challenging period for the bank. Photo: Felix Wong
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