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02/08/2021 12:17

HSBC Holdings (00005) interim profit after tax up 170%

[ET Net News Agency, 2 August 2021] HSBC Holdings plc (00005) said for 2021 interim,
reported profit after tax increased by US$5.3bn to US$8.4bn, a year-on-year increase of
170%. An interim dividend of US$0.07 will be distributed.
Reported revenue down 4% to US$25.6bn, primarily reflecting 2020 interest rate
reductions and lower MSS revenue in Global Banking and Markets. (RC)

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