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Dropping the pounds

4 November 2013 By Peter Thal Larsen

Despite flat income, underlying pretax profit rose 10 pct in the third quarter. Lower costs, fewer bad debts and a lack of big fines helped. HSBC’s long-term fortunes depend on GDP growth and interest rates. In the meantime, shareholders can at least expect steady dividends.

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