In a particular account's transactions it seems that the balance appears at the top but the search bar covers it so I can't see the numbers.

In my bank account transactions page the search bar covers the total at the top. This seems like a webmaster/programming issue that needs correction.

I'm using Firefox as my browser and it is fully updated. I use a Mac computer.

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I'm using W7 with FF version 39 and this has just started happening in the last few days.  The Search window covers the balance or search $ amount in all accounts.  Basically, the balance has shifted and condensed to the right and the Search window has dropped down to cover it.  This also happens when you do a search by category or Description.

It does not appear to be happening in IE 11.0.9

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