NYSE: HSBC

Hsbc Holdings Plc Stock Dividend Yield & Dates

HSBCs dividend has dropped by more than 10% ten time(s) in the last 10 years

HSBC dividends have decreased over the last 10 years

HSBC dividends (4.12%) are in the top 75% of all US listed companies

HSBC dividends (4.12%) are in the top 25% of all US listed companies

HSBC earnings are insufficient to cover HSBCs dividend payouts

Last dividend payment date
Apr 29, 2021
Last ex-dividend date
Mar 11, 2021

Hsbc Holdings Dividends FAQ

Does Hsbc Holdings pay a dividend?

Yes, HSBC has issued a dividend within the past 12 months.

What is Hsbc Holdingss Dividend Payment Date?

Hsbc Holdings

s

last

dividend payment date

was

on

2021-04-29

, when

Hsbc Holdings

shareholders who owned

HSBC

shares before

2021-03-11

received

a dividend payment of

$0.75

per share.

Hsbc Holdingss next dividend payment date has not been announced yet.

Add HSBC to your watchlist

to be reminded of

HSBC

s next dividend payment.

Is Hsbc Holdingss dividend stable?

No, HSBCs dividend has not been stable over the last 10 years

Does Hsbc Holdings have sufficient earnings to cover their dividend?

No, HSBCs past year earnings per share was $0.95, and their annual dividend per share is $1.10. HSBCs dividend payout ratio is 110.5%, which is not sustainable.

How much is Hsbc Holdingss dividend?

HSBC

pays a dividend of

$1.10

per share.

HSBC

s annual dividend yield is

4.12%

.

Hsbc Holdings

s dividend is

higher than

the US

Banks - Diversified

industry average of

2.92%

, and it is

higher than

the US market average of

3.27%

.

What is Hsbc Holdingss Ex-Dividend Date?

Hsbc Holdings

s

previous

ex-dividend date

was

on

2021-03-11

.

Hsbc Holdings

shareholders who own

HSBC

stock before this date

received

Hsbc Holdings

s

last

dividend payment of

$0.75

per share on

2021-04-29

.

Hsbc Holdingss next ex-dividend date has not been announced yet.

Add HSBC to your watchlist

to be reminded before

HSBC

s ex-dividend date.

Is Hsbc Holdingss dividend showing long-term growth?

No, HSBCs dividend has decreased over the past 10 years.

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