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January 22, 2014
07:41 EDTHSBCHSBC conducted probe after OCC letter last year, WSJ reports
The U.S. Office of the Comptroller of the Currency last fall raised questions about HSBC Holdings anti-money-laundering controls for its business with correspondent banks, sources say, reports the Wall Street Journal. Potential problem areas the OCC raised in a letter were later investigated internally by the bank and no serious issues were found, sources added. Reference Link
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July 31, 2015
13:34 EDTHSBCHSBC close to $4B sale of Brazil unit to Bradesco, FT reports
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13:30 EDTHSBCHSBC technical notes before results
There is a potential double bottom pattern on the long-term chart that would likely become active on positive news. Price is currently poised at $45.13 and only a small advance in price would be needed for the pattern to become active. Upside potential for the pattern would be to the $50 to $52 area. If the news is bearish, a drop below $41.20 would void the double bottom. Next support levels to watch in that event would be at $40.23 and $38.88.
July 21, 2015
19:51 EDTHSBCJudge rejects HSBC attempt to dismiss credit union lawsuit, Reuters says
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06:08 EDTHSBCU.K. watchdog visited Barclays 186 times in 2014, Bloomberg reports
The FCA's supervisory team made 186 visits to Barclays (BCS) in 2014, more than any other British bank that year, Bloomberg reports. HSBC (HSBC) was next highest with 85 visits, with RBS (RBS) and Lloyds (LYG) following with 65 and 58 encounters, respectively, the report says. Reference Link
July 17, 2015
06:54 EDTHSBCSaudi regulator probing HSBC's Saudi unit for valuation inflation, WSJ says
HSBC's Saudi Arabia unit is being investigated by regulators in the kingdom for its role in a stock listing that left investors experiencing heavy losses, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing sources familiar with the matter. Saudi Arabia's Capital Markets Authority, or CMA, suspended the unit from conducting certain asset management activities and is probing whether the company inflated the valuation of a construction firm's listing in 2008, the report says. Reference Link

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