Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam
Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam

Standard Chartered resumes dividend, buy backs as it reports a worse-than-expected fourth-quarter loss

  • Standard Chartered to restart dividend, undertake US$254 million share buy-back programme
  • Fourth quarter pre-tax loss was US$449 million, below consensus estimate of US$215 million

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam
Standard Chartered and HSBC said they would restart their dividend programmes as they reported full-year results. Photo: Nora Tam
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