HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | If HSBC shareholders are patient, they will reap rewards when coronavirus crisis comes to an end

  • Suspending dividends will help ensure banks have more liquidity to weather the financial storm, which will benefit shareholders in the longer run
  • Dividend payouts are not an entitlement anyway

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
HSBC investors protest against the the bank’s decision to cancel dividend payouts, in Hong Kong’s Central business district on April 8. Photo: Dickson Lee
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