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HSBC - A Good Investment for HKers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenmark:
    Aha! You have foiled your own attempts to pump and dump!
    It did turn around just a little bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenmark:
    Aha! You have foiled your own attempts to pump and dump!
    Well right now they are up 3.6% from their price at 11:30am this morning when I said to buy. So maybe my geo post had an effect?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    3000 more sales guys being hired in China...

    https://mobile.twitter.com/fion_li/s...33655765377025
    trying to play in the space that Ping An and Zhong An opened up I think. Will be interesting as a cross-sell and cross-border play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tf19:
    trying to play in the space that Ping An and Zhong An opened up I think. Will be interesting as a cross-sell and cross-border play.
    They will be eaten alive... Because they have to play by the books as a foreign company.

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    I honestly think they should let Hang Seng be the one that goes to China. Too much ego at the top of HSBC to let that happen.

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    With HSBC cutting fees further how is that going to be good for the shareholders and the dividend that so many seem to obsess with?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paxbritannia:
    With HSBC cutting fees further how is that going to be good for the shareholders and the dividend that so many seem to obsess with?
    It's not going to make a dent either way. The share price and dividends will require much more than just cutting of fees...
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