HSBC's 2016 pre-tax profit falls 62 percent on one-time charges

HONG KONG HSBC Holdings’ (HSBA.L) 2016 pre-tax profit fell 62 percent, below analysts’ estimates, as it grappled with slowing economic growth in its core markets of Hong Kong and Britain and took one-time charges related to some of its businesses.
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