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Stock price performance of big name banks since 2014

Global names

From top (strongest) to bottom (weakest):

  1. JP Morgan
  2. XLF (Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF)
  3. Goldman Sachs
  4. HSBC
  5. Credit Suisse
  6. Deutsche Bank
  7. Standard Chartered

XLF is probably the largest US-traded Financial ETF by assets and traded volume out of a list of 33. It has 15.6 million in assets with number 2 ETF coming in at 3 billion. XLF is down 12% YTD. In this overlay below, I use XLF has a benchmark index which we can see that JPM is tracking closely.

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‘Global names’ price overlay from beginning 2014 | Source: Investing.com

 

Hong Kong, Singapore

  1. Hang Seng Bank
  2. XLF
  3. Bank of China
  4. UOB
  5. OCBC
  6. China Construction Bank
  7. DBS
  8. Bank of E Asia
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‘Hong Kong, Singapore’ price overlay from beginning 2014 | Source: Investing.com

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2 thoughts on “Stock price performance of big name banks since 2014”

  1. Looi May Siew says:

    The rest looks similar except for uob line chart.

    1. Soh Tiong Hum says:

      Based on the spread, I think Asian banks are fine with exception of BEA. But Stanchart and Deutsche Bank looks horrendous.

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