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Sapan Gupta Elevated As Global Legal Head Of Arcelormittal

Gupta joined ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India (AM/NS India) on April 1, 2020, as general counsel with responsibility for legal affairs, compliance and company secretarial affairs.

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HSBC's Annual Profit Falls 34% As COVID-19 Takes Toll

Europe's biggest bank by assets, which makes the bulk of its revenue in Asia, reported profit before tax of $8.78 billion for 2020 versus $13.35 billion a year earlier.

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HSBC Inaugurates International Banking Unit At GIFT City

HSBC operates in all of the leading international financial service hubs in the world, and looks forward to the development of GIFT City as a globally competitive international financial centre

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Former Hong Kong Lawmaker Rejects HSBC's Explanation Over Frozen Accounts

Authorities in the former British colony have launched a massive crackdown on the pro-democracy opposition since Beijing imposed a contentious national security law in June.

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Go with your kids on a virtual world tour with the "World in Your Wallet"

Go with your kids on a virtual world tour with the "World in Your Wallet"

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Huawei CFO Witness Testimony To Resume In Canada In US Extradition Case

Meng's lawyers are fighting to get her extradition dismissed on the basis of alleged abuses of process, arguing they constitute violations of her civil rights laid out in Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Aramco Plans Debt Market Comeback With Multi-Tranche Bond Deal

Aramco needs cash to pay $37.5 billion in dividends for the second half of 2020 and to fund its $69.1 billion acquisition of 70% of Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC), for which it will pay instalments through 2028.

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Global Markets: European Shares Sink To One-Month Lows As COVID-19 Cases Surge

The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 49 countries, was down 0.1% at 0828 GMT, having erased some losses overnight after dropping to a 19-day low in the previous session.

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HSBC To Revamp Business Model As Lower Interest Rates Hit Profit

The 35% slide in pre-tax profit to $3.1 billion, however, was not as deep as expected, better than a consensus estimate of $2.07 billion as HSBC flagged an easing in bad loan provisions.

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HSBC Targets Net Zero Emissions By 2050, Earmarks $1 Trillion Green Financing

HSBC has come under increasing pressure from activists, shareholders and politicians who say it is contributing to climate change by financing fossil fuel and other environmentally harmful projects.

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Potential US Sanctions Loom Over Banks With China Connections: Fitch

US administration must initiate a process that will result in the submission to Congress of a list of foreign financial institutions deemed to have engaged in significant transactions with parties that have allegedly sought to undermine Hong Kong's autonomy.

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Global Markets: Stocks Down On Fresh Lockdown Worries, Banking Sell-Off; Dollar Rises

British lenders HSBC and StanChart were among global lenders named as having transferred more than $2 trillion in suspect funds over nearly two decades.

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HSBC, StanChart And Others Processed Trillions Of Dollars Despite Concerns Over Potential Crimes: ICIJ

Shares of HSBC and Standard Chartered fell sharply in Hong Kong on Monday after the media reports with HSBC's stock at one point trading at its lowest level since 1995.

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HSBC HK Shares Drop To Lowest Since 1995, StanChart Falls After 'FinCEN' Leak

HSBC shares in Hong Kong fell as much as 4.4% to HK$29.60 on Monday morning, the lowest since May 1995, while StanChart dropped as much as 3.8% to HK$35.80

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US Says China 'Bullying' UK, Cites HSBC Hong Kong-Related Accounts

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, a prominent democracy activist and top executive at Next Digital, was arrested Aug. 1

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