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|I don't suppose the situation in the Far East is helping either. Any increased problems there could hurt this badly.|
|Thanks Gary, you may be right as both do appear to follow a similar pattern.|
|Drop in the USD I believe.STAN also similar !|
|Does anyone know what's lies behind todays fall? Perhaps there a broker downgrade lurking about somewhere? It started down with a drop of 5p on opening and sank to lower depths throughout the day.|
|No problem. Be nice to our Lions when they visit. None of those spear tackles, now.
|Thanks Jeffian...Indeed it is...with a check code of 37....thanks...wish they had someone like you in their call centre :o)|
|If he banks online, he can call up his statements online and it is shown at the head of the page.|
|Thanks guys...the person's account is in the UK and he is visiting here in NZ...they keep telling us to look at the printed monthly statement (which is in the UK) or to call in to his branch (which is also in the UK) and ask them...he is going to ask someone in the UK to go to his branch and ask them.... hopefully they'll give them the info...cheers anyway for your help.|
I've just looked it up and the second 2 numbers which vary are known as 'check numbers/digits'.
"A check digit is a form of redundancy check used for error detection on identification numbers, such as bank account numbers, which are used in an application where they will at least sometimes be input manually. It is analogous to a binary parity bit used to check for errors in computer-generated data. It consists of one or more digits computed by an algorithm from the other digits (or letters) in the sequence input.
With a check digit, one can detect simple errors in the input of a series of characters (usually digits) such as a single mistyped digit or some permutations of two successive digits."
Not sure if you can proceed without these.|
|Any UK HSBC customers on here? I've been trying for over three hours to contact HSBC UK and get a simple answer to 'What are the first 8 digits of HSBC UK's IBAN number (which is then followed by customers sort and account number). I can not get anyone at HSBC to answer.|
|Just bought another small amount @ 641.3 p. Put it away and collecting dividend.|
|Head and shoulders on the daily and 4hr. Below the 100maAre we seeing the end to the hsba rally?|
|Have I missed something?
Rising interest rates SHOULD have a positive effect on Banking equities. After all, it suggests that confidence is growing and it provides opportunity to earn more from their customers.
The bubble for Government backed bonds seems to be at the point of bursting - perhaps that is it. Oh well..... my purchases last week and this seem to have been badly timed... nothing new there.|
|Thanks - I have been wondering why its not been updated and that explains it. One of life's very few certainties, I'm afraid.|
|I fear that Miata is no longer with us.|
|Miata - are you still monitoring this thread? If so would you update the header, as a large part is no longer relevant. Thanks|
|Just bought some in again this morning.|
|Opened with dividend mark down today|
|Massive day 1 buyback: 4,113,000 shares!!! That's the way to do it.|
|Thanks - Togglebrush, I note record date Friday|
|Gary- excellent posting!HSBC recovered well today. Did I missed the buying opportunity yesterday? I am still not sure. However, I am happy to my investment on the HSBC shares. I periodically buying in this share over the past 2 and a half years gives me a very good return.|
|By my notes
21 February 2017 Announcement
22 February 2017 ADSs quoted ex-dividend in New York
23 February 2017 Shares quoted ex-dividend in London, Hong Kong, Paris and Bermuda
24 February 2017 Record date in London, Hong Kong, New York, Paris and Bermuda
_6 April 2017 Payment date|