Unless you're shorting the shares, a price slump is bad news But if you're not already in, it can give you a possible recovery opportunity - unless, of course, the price truly deserves to be in the dumps.
There's no other way of putting it: Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN) is struggling. The emerging markets-focused bank has been seeking ways to restore investor confidence after replacing its long-time CEO Peter Sands in June.
The uncertainty surrounding China is yet another body blow for Asia-focused Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN). It has had to cope with troubled financial performance, allegations of wrongdoing from various regulators regarding multiple issues and its ...
Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN) has hit a wall this year. Falling commodity prices have bruised the bank's loan book and income while regulators have continued to chase the bank for failings in its client background checks.