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Standard Chartered Plc

Industry: Banks

Ticker Exchange ISIN Name
$STAB LSE Main Market GB0008401324 7.375% NON-CUM IRRD PRF GBP1
$STAN LSE Main Market GB0004082847 ORD USD0.50
$STAC LSE Main Market GB0008399700 8.25% NON-CUM IRRD PRF GBP1
$STAN BSE INE028L21018 Code: 580001
$2888 HKEx Main Board GB0004082847 Code: 2888 ORD USD0.50

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Dalip Malhan 02:44 14/05/2015

$2888 Standard Chartered Plc, scaling back after two years of lower profit amid slower growth in Asia, is looking to sell part of its remaining private-equity investments, said three people with knowledge of the matter. (bloomberg) this will help focus the business #buy

Lisa Hoppe 01:17 09/05/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC @Cursty-Jenner there is another long term risk of business loss for UK banks: Camerone promised to make EU exit referendum at the end of 2017

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James Disick 00:23 09/05/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC @Cursty-Jenner more thoughts from investors supporting this idea www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...te-looms

Cursty Jenner 19:12 08/05/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC UK banks are the biggest winners among UK shares from the victory of conservatives and Cameron.#buy

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Adam Taylor 05:27 24/04/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC Santander, which offers high interest and cashback through its 123 Account, opened 170,551 new accounts, while Halifax, which has offered a cash payment to switchers, made a net gain of 156,639. In the third quarter of 2014 alone, Halifax took on 53,624 more accounts.

www.theguardian.com/busin...accounts

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Adam Taylor 05:27 24/04/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN $BNC Barclays bank has been the biggest loser in the battle for current accounts, with more than 80,000 customers closing their account in the year after rules were brought in to make switching banks easier.

Lloyds and NatWest were also big losers, with Lloyds dropping 51,985 accounts and NatWest dropping 69,181.

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Adam Taylor 00:06 19/04/2015

$HSBA $BARC $LLOY $RBS $STAN How could banks make profits with 2% rate committed for 5 years? ECB will start rising rates in 3 years #bearish

HSBC has pushed five-year fixed rate mortgages to their lowest ever level, allowing homeowners to lock in at a rate of just 1.99 per cent. www.thisismoney.co.uk/mon...age.html

George Walker 15:40 11/04/2015

$STAN @Scott-Dyas I would agree, look at their Full Year results 2014 presentation page 21: income and operating profit reached a pike in 2012 and then started to decline with accelerating speed #bearish

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Scott Dyas 06:20 10/04/2015

$STAN Standard Chartered Plc is a EM-growth-related bank... all the success in 2000s is attributed to EM growth. Are there any growth drivers for 2015-20? I don't see any at the moment #bearish on the stock

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Stephen Dixon 20:10 02/04/2015

$STAN · Viswanathan Shankar (also known as V. Shankar) ("Shankar"), Group Executive Director, has resigned from the Group to pursue other interests
· Jonathan Paul is appointed as Group Head, Financial Markets
· Sumit Dayal is appointed as Group Head, Corporate Finance
· Mark Dowie to become Vice Chair, Clients and Products
· Dr Michael Gorriz is appointed as Chief Information Officer

Mgmt shakeups in the big hardly manageable organizations makes me #bearish in the long term

Robert Sheridan 06:12 02/04/2015

$STAN ISSUANCE OF U.S.$2,000,000,000 FIXED RATE RESETTING PERPETUAL SUBORDINATED CONTINGENT CONVERTIBLE SECURITIES (THE "SECURITIES")

Standard Chartered PLC intends to issue the Securities on 2 April 2015.

Application has been made to The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "Hong Kong Stock Exchange") for the listing of, and permission to deal in, the Securities as a debt issue to professional investors only on the Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

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Colin Williams 20:46 01/04/2015

FTSE dips after record breaking run Standard Chartered $STAN continued to recover ground after its recent board changes and on suggestions it could move its domicile overseas. Its shares are up 43p or 4% to 1114.5p as analysts raised their ratings on the Asia-focused bank.

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Stephen Dixon 05:39 31/03/2015

Bank of England is to stress test large UK banks with a dramatic slowdown in China, a contraction in the eurozone, the worst deflation since the 1930s or a fall in UK interest rates to zero.

The banks are Barclays $BARC, HSBC $HSBA, Santander UK $BNC, Standard Chartered $STAN and the two bailed-out banks, Lloyds Banking Group $LLOY and Royal Bank of Scotland $RBS.

www.theguardian.com/busin...al-crash

Cursty Jenner 20:45 12/03/2015

$2888 Hi there - the move of standard chartered will continue to rise for a couple of weeks driven by #CEO change #buy

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Colin Williams 14:34 28/02/2015

$2888 More colour on Bill Winters. He developed a good risk-management sense at JPMorgan which is famous of it. So it's positive news for Standard Chartered #buy www.businessinsider.com/s...t-2015-2

Robert Sheridan 21:36 27/02/2015

$STAN · Bill Winters to be appointed as Group Chief Executive
· Peter Sands, current Group Chief Executive, to step down from the Board in June 2015
· Sir John Peace, Chairman, to step down during 2016
· Jaspal Bindra, Group ED, to step down from the Board
· The three longest serving independent Non-Executive Directors to step down from the Board
· Two new independent Non-ED appointed
· Intent to reduce the Board size to 14 Directors in due course

Robert Sheridan 06:17 10/01/2015

$STAN CRO and CTO are leaving... is the bank falling apart? #bearish

Standard Chartered PLC "the Group" is announcing the retirement of Richard Goulding as Chief Risk Officer and Jan Verplancke as Chief Information Officer and Group Head of Technology and Operations from the Group, and as Directors of the Court of Standard Chartered Bank.

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Matthew Cameron 22:02 20/12/2014

$STAN most of Standard Chartered's earnings are USE denominated so the stock will benefit from USD raise vs. GBP #bullish

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Barry Gardiner 05:58 13/12/2014

$STAN Regulators are ruling the banks nowadays... literally

Two years after £400+m fine for breaching US sanctions on Iran a 2-year DPA was being extended for 3 years.

The US Justice Dep. and New York county district attorney’s office are imposing a monitor inside the bank “to evaluate and make recommendations regarding the group’s sanctions compliance programme”. www.theguardian.com/busin...anctions

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