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Dividend payments of Hongkong 50 and China H shares indices


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Guest jameskam

Hi,  the Dividend Adjustment shows the dividend of indices but does not show time of payment.   I would like to know the time of payment of dividend for HK50 and China H shares.  where can  i find sure info?  Thank you

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Guest Robbie O'Hanlon

Hi @JamesIG 

 
I am an existing client of yours and am looking to find out about dividend payments on your indexes. The FTSE 100 pays its dividend on Wednesdays at market close (4:30) on your platform. But it is unclear what day and time the dividends are paid on all of your other indexes. Could you post a list of the day of the week and time of day when dividends are paid on all of your other indexes please. I am not just enquiring about the major indexes, all of them would be greatly appreciated. 
 
Thanks. 
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On 25/04/2020 at 19:49, Guest Robbie O'Hanlon said:

Hi @JamesIG 

 
I am an existing client of yours and am looking to find out about dividend payments on your indexes. The FTSE 100 pays its dividend on Wednesdays at market close (4:30) on your platform. But it is unclear what day and time the dividends are paid on all of your other indexes. Could you post a list of the day of the week and time of day when dividends are paid on all of your other indexes please. I am not just enquiring about the major indexes, all of them would be greatly appreciated. 
 
Thanks. 

Hey, 

You can find expected dividend payments in our blog section on the community. 

Most recent: 

 

 

The times can change in situations such a daylight saving but these are the times the index div happens times:

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We leave the last colulm out on the blogs but you can see the time GMT.

 

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