3Q 2020 quick read
Read the highlights from our 3Q 2020 Earnings Release in our quick read summary.
Webcast and conference call replay
Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Tham khảo xổ số miền bắc7.30 am GMT – 3.30 pm HKT – 3.30 am EDT
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HSBC sets out net zero ambition
Find out how we plan to help build a thriving low carbon economy.
The Middle East’s path to a sustainable future
Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcGreen finance will be key to the region’s low-carbon transition, says HSBC’s Nour Safa.
Pandemic hastens digital economy
COVID-19 has accelerated a switch to online living. What could it mean for societies worldwide?
How to drive investment in sustainable infrastructure
A global labelling system for green projects could boost investor confidence and attract more private capital.
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Dividend history and timetable
On 31 March 2020, HSBC announced it was cancelling the fourth interim dividend for 2019. A final determination on whether to pay a conservative dividend for 2020 is expected to be made and communicated in February 2021 with our 2020 full-year results.
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Annual Results 2020
How banking will change after COVID-19
Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcThe pandemic and new technologies will have a permanent impact on the industry, says HSBC's Kevin Martin.
The start of a new era
A major agreement between 15 Asian nations could boost regional trade, investment and growth, says HSBC’s Stuart Tait.
Central banks develop digital currencies
Tham khảo xổ số miền bắcSweden and mainland China could be the first places to issue their own digital currencies.