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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Bank Of Scotland LSE:RBS London Ordinary Share GB00B7T77214 ORD 100P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.10 -1.44% 350.00 349.90 350.10 353.80 349.40 352.90 1,496,442 10:34:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 15,150.0 2,643.0 -30.6 - 22,357.72

Royal Bank Of Scotland Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
26/5/2015
09:36
FTSE 100 UKX 6,990.28 -41.44 (-0.59%)
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
26/5/2015
08:39
£ buys €1.41
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
26/5/2015
08:34
FTSE100 off 0.33%.
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
26/5/2015
07:42
A sharp decline is expected for German and French markets this morning, as fears over a Greek default intensify. The struggling economy is due to make its latest loan repayment to the IMF next week, with others coming up later in June. If it is unable to find the money to meet these demands, which looks increasingly likely, it will face bankruptcy. In order to pay pensions and wages, Greece needs to unlock its final tranche of bailout money from international creditors. But reaching a deal is proving extremely tricky, and the end-of-June deadline is approaching fast. Meanwhile, the UK's FTSE index is set to rise slightly at this morning's open, as Prime Minister David Cameron gets to work on renegotiating the country's relationship with Europe. European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has already said he wants a “fair deal for the UK”. In the US, a slew of economic data is being released today, including new home sales for April and consumer confidence for May. CORPORATE NEWS For the year ending 31 December 2015, Alliance Trust is giving its first interim dividend away at 2.5325 pence per share. It will be paid to shareholders on 30 June. Cineworld's UK revenue went up by 8.8 per cent during the 19 weeks to 14 May. This was partly due to the opening of two new cinemas, in Swindon and Broughton. Saga has appointed Nicola Audhlam-Gardiner as managing director, She is joining from Williams & Glyn, where she is currently marketing director. DATA IN FOCUS 10:00: UK, May, CBI trades survey 13:00: US, March, housing price index 13:45: US, May, services PMI 14:00: US, April, new home sales 14:00: US, May, consumer confidence
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
26/5/2015
07:08
Tue May 26, 2015 6:53am UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Tuesday May 26 LONDON, May 26 Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 4 to 8 points, or 0.1 percent higher on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers. * Britain's top share index hit closed up 0.3 percent at 7,031.72 points at its highest level in 10 days on Friday, driven by a jump in network operator Vodafone's shares, which hit a 14-year high on the back of potential merger activity. * VODAFONE - Investors are encouraging Vodafone to spin-off its emerging markets operations and seek a 120 billion pound ($185.38 billion) merger with Liberty Global, according to the Sunday Telegraph. * BHP BILLITON - BHP Billiton confirmed its demerger of South32 had been completed. * ROYAL DUTCH SHELL - The world's fossil fuel reserves cannot be burned unless some way is found to capture their carbon emissions, Royal Dutch Shell Plc Chief Executive Officer Ben van Beurden told the Guardian in an interview on Friday. * EU REFERENDUM - Britain must "get on with it" and hold its planned referendum on whether to leave the European Union no later than next year to avoid a long period of damaging uncertainty, the country's leading manufacturing association said. The Bank of England plans to assess the implications of a possible British exit from the European Union, it said in a statement, confirming an email it inadvertently sent to a newspaper about the supposedly confidential research project. * MOTOR INSURERS - British motor insurers last year boosted their financial results by drawing on a large proportion of the reserves they had built up against future claims, consultancy Deloitte said on Tuesday. * UK CORPORATE DIARY: Micro Focus Micro Focus International PLC International PLC Pre-Close Update
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
25/5/2015
21:02
Are these the banks loaded with dodgy sovereign debt?
by dope007 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
25/5/2015
15:58
Spread Betting and CFDs May Magazine edition now online at http://bit.ly/1aCCT0d This month's premium features includes General Election 2015: Whoever Wins, Britain Loses - Interview with David Buik, Zak Mir interviews a City Legend - The Mind of the Master Investor - Small Cap Corner, Tomorrow's Jam Today - FTSE 100, where Next?
by lak342 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
25/5/2015
10:05
Traders Are Hinting Europe’s Bank Rally Is Just Getting Started http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-24/traders-are-hinting-europe-s-bank-rally-is-just-getting-started-ia32imvs
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
25/5/2015
08:29
"Is this the end of the road for Greece, back to the drachma maybe ?" There was a comment on RT to the effect that if Greece returned to the Drachma, it would be even worse for the common man, because the Elite would then bring all their offshored money back in and buy everything at firesale prices. I have some doubts about that.
by speedy on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
24/5/2015
14:42
It would be good for tourism.
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
24/5/2015
12:41
Is this the end of the road for Greece, back to the drachma maybe ? Greece 'cannot afford IMF repayment' in June - minister http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-32864068
by shaws67 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
24/5/2015
11:03
Uncle Arthur, Would you mind ramping that 3 legged horse somewhere else.
by tradejunkie2 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
24/5/2015
09:56
In point of fact I have not 'traded' any share, i.e. bought and sold the same share within a period of days, weeks or months, this year.
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
24/5/2015
09:39
well yes slightly of .. LLOY 05 May 15 Jefferies International Buy 87.98 88.00 102.00 Upgrades
by uncle arthur on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
23/5/2015
19:33
Speaking of conspiracies .... hTtp://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-22/junk-rated-chicago-has-billion-dollar-pension-problem This is from the comments : “Look harder. THINK. The employees are paid by taxing the Citizens of Chicago. It is the Taxpayers that are being cleaned out. The currenct municpal employees are just a proxy for a vast expropriation from millions of people -the vehicle by which the politicians and the financiers wash the funds to receive their cut, and without which there would be no skim to be had... The $2.2 Billion Dollar accelerated Derivatives payment that has been triggerd exemplifies this. What is important to the politicians is power which is bought in campaigns funded by financiers. What is important to the financiers is that the game continue -that the Taxpayer extracted funds be shovelled into their 'markets' to support 'finance' via fee structures, arbitrage and leverage opportunites, and the selling of securities and bonds and other debt vehicles packaged by the financiers.” Until now, I'd just accepted that a world of Pension Funds falling prey to Hedge Funds and Prop deskswas just the way nature intended - red in tooth and claw, and all that. This all kind of ties up with the push to end cash in hand, don't you think? Like the medieval practice of applying leeches, but today they get stuck to a sick economy.
by speedy on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
23/5/2015
19:24
I do _love_ a good conspiracy theory .... hTtp://armstrongeconomics.com/archives/30862 "I find it extremely perplexing that I have been the only one to report that there is a secret meeting in London where Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University and Willem Butler the chief economist at Citigroup will address the central banks and advocate the elimination of all cash to bring to fruition the day when you cannot buy or sell anythhing without government approval." Since such a meeting, if verified, would raise all sorts of questions, I'll say no more.
by speedy on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
23/5/2015
16:49
smurfy, Only if you have a long term view. Trading Aim shares is much less predictable than trading FTSE100 shares. They tend to move when least expected and sometimes in the opposite direction to that which might be expected. I could give you a list of Aim oil companies which are grossly undervalued, but that does not mean they will move closer to fair value any day soon. add: To answer your question directly. Yes, I am.
by leedskier on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
23/5/2015
16:07
Talking about XEL Leeds, are you still confident with your investment? Been a while since l traded it....
by smurfy2001 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
23/5/2015
10:37
Easy to malign a man on an internet forum isn't it you eeedjit...like to see you try that in real life, as intellect of which you are evidently devoid, tells me it would be something you would be made to regret for a very long time indeed...stick to slithering under rocks where you belong cretin... Add: apologies ladies and gentlemen, was on a very enjoyable night which lasted into the early hours only to see this crud and couldn't help myself...enjoy the bank holiday...;
by ramco on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
22/5/2015
12:58
More spikes than a hedgehog these days
by dope007 on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
22/5/2015
09:55
What is promising is how "well" the borrowing figures came out towards the end of the year. 2015/16 should show further progress - even before anything the new govt does.
by jazza on RBS 'A NEW THREAD II'
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