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From retirees to global insurers and investment managers, outraged shareholders in Hong Kong have wiped billions of dollars in value off HSBC’s and Standard Chartered’s shares after the banks axed dividends and suspended share buy-backs on Wednesday.Over the course of two days, HSBC’s shares in Hong Kong have lost 12 per cent of their value, plumbing their lowest level since the depths of the global financial crisis in March 2009.
Asia markets slid Thursday, following a sell-off on Wall Street sparked by growing worries about global economic damage by the coronavirus pandemic.The US key benchmarks all fell 4.4 per cent, as US factory activity hit its lowest level since August 2009 and President Donald Trump floated the idea of air travel restrictions for hotspot cities, which sent US airline stocks into a tailspin."
HSBC and Standard Chartered said on Wednesday they would cancel their dividends and not launch any share buy-backs in 2020 after a financial regulator in the United Kingdom asked the country’s biggest lenders to suspend payments to investors and not pay cash bonuses to senior staff in light of the coronavirus pandemic roiling economies worldwide.The banks, which are based in London, but generate much of their revenue in Asia, were among six lenders who said they would suspend their dividends as...

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