Mizuho Upgrades HSBC to "Buy"
A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on HBC. Analysts at Espirito Santo Investment Bank Research reiterated a "buy" rating on shares of HSBC in a research note to investors on Monday, November 4th.
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Since: Jul 12
#1 Nov 23, 2013
Is the British Government and the Regulators treating Mr. Flowers differently then they treated Mr. Flint the Chairman of Mr. Gulliver and the Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc??????
The wide-ranging investigation in the Co-op Bank announced by Mr. Osborne followed calls from David Cameron for an inquiry into the decision to appoint Mr. Flowers as chairman at the bank.
Yes there is a great need to investigate the behaviour of Mr. Flowers but Mr. Flowers is just one person.
Did the Co-op Bank launder over 880 million in drug cartel's money or allowed Iran to pass $19.5 billion through the Bank? No.
The Senate investigation concluded that HSBC provided a, "gateway for terrorists to gain access to U.S. dollars and the U.S. financial system." Yet when HSBC Group did this, did Mr. Osborne and Mr. Cameron start asking for an investigation into the Board of Directors of HSBC???
No way and why have they not?? How many Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc have jobs with this Government?????
Has Mr. Flowers just got friends in low place instead of high place????
Will Mr. Cameron & Mr. Osborne the FCA & PRA act with courageous integrity and show there is no bias and announce an investigation into the criminal and illegal behaviour of the HSBC Group??????
The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)- who agree there is a public interest in a statutory investigation," a Treasury spokesman said.
Why has the PRA & the FCA refused to announced there is a public interest in a statutory investigation into the behaviour of the Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc, for the HSBC Groups illegal and criminal behaviour for over ten years???????
The chancellor used the Financial Services Act 2012 to order an independent investigation into "events at the Co-op Bank and the circumstances surrounding them".
This will date from 2008 and include the conduct and appointment of directors.
Why has the chancellor not used the Financial Services Act 2012 to order an independent investigation into "events at the HSBC Group and the circumstances surrounding them committing illegal and criminal behaviour for over ten years"?
Separately, the FCA and PRA are considering whether they should launch formal enforcement investigations.
Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, said:A comprehensive independent inquiry is much needed. The Co-op banks problems appear to have developed over many years.
Prime Minister Mr. Cameron & Chancellor Mr. Osborne the FCA & PRA Andrew Tyrie, chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, why have these people and regulators never called for the same level of investigation into Mr.Flint the Chairman of Mr. Gulliver and the Board of Directors and previous Board of Directors of HSBC Holdings Plc??????????
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