I keep wondering why HSEB is trading above $27 as it is callable since December 2015. HSBC can call it anytime at $25 + accrued dividend and usually such securities trade around $25.50. Why do they keep a 8% security instead of calling it and issuing a new one at 6% or 7%?
Ex-dividend date drop - right on schedule.
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HSBC has been showing support at 40.74 and resistance at 41.53. Technical strong buy at stoxline.
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Judging by the relative strnth indx alone, which is at 59.47 on the daily chart - overall It looks like we will see upside in the short-term. Perhaps a pullback next day or so may occur I suppose but are yall also seeing a further leg higher? Ahh, now this is exactly Brian from lionS#tackalerts informed me - I should have listened to him.
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lots of quick posts (sellers of 'tips') - little discussion. I got a few shares at about the price it is now. Dealt with the dip - had hoped to get it on its 'bottom out' from banking crash and scandal tht hit them. But it kept falling a bit. Now back where I bought it. Feel like holding it a bit and seeing if the dividend offers something over a long hold... (4.98%?). Thoughts? Why are so many saying DUMP? Brexit? That seems to have calmed down...
HSBC Holdings (NYSE:HSBC): Solid dividend payer with healthy balance sheet. Simply Wall St is a free app which gives investors access to institutional quality data and analysis presented in beautiful visual reports.
Earnings per share were $0.32. Our first two dividends in respect of the year of $0.20 in aggregate were in line both with our plans and the prior year. In lights of the uncertain environment, but recognizing the resilience of the group's operating performance, the board is planning on sustaining the annual dividend at this current level for the foreseeable future.