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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
  +11.20 +3.19% 362.70 362.60 363.00 364.50 353.70 354.00 18,759,008 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 15,150.0 2,643.0 -30.6 - 23,344.49

Royal Bank Of Scotland Share Discussion Threads

DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/7/2015
23:25
Whilst on here jazz, please enlighten us all (me especially) about primary surpluses. jazza 1 Jul'15 - 21:11 - 134933 of 134935 0 0 As any fule kno, Greece was running a primary surplus and paying just 3% of GDP on its debts. Go on jazz, astound us with your fiscal knowledge!maxk
01/7/2015
23:08
What one is that jazz? Altho I think I know what you are waffling on about, why not make it clear?maxk
01/7/2015
21:16
Euro-area finance ministers ruled out further negotiations between Greece and its creditors until a Sunday referendum on austerity, Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said. “Given the political situation, the rejection of the previous proposals, the referendum which will take place on Sunday, and the recommendation by the Greek government to vote ‘no,’ we see no grounds for further talks at this point,” Dijsselbloem, who led Wednesday’s conference call among his euro-area counterparts, said in a statement. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-01/dijsselbloem-says-no-grounds-for-more-talks-ahead-of-greek-vote-ibl348e5leedskier
01/7/2015
21:11
As any fule kno, Greece was running a primary surplus and paying just 3% of GDP on its debts. Voting in these numpties was the last thing they needed. Many in Greece are now realising that mistake. Other nations have recovered from worse debt burdens - including one you hold dear maxyboy..jazza
01/7/2015
19:57
You're full of it jazz! You also haven't mentioned primary surpluses for a while...falling down on the job again! How do they put up with you at McDogs?maxk
01/7/2015
19:52
Empowering women? Is he going to buy them cars?!jazza
01/7/2015
19:50
Begorrah, little point trying pertinent facts and figures on Little Englander Max. Too much anti Johnny Foreigner baggage there.jazza
01/7/2015
16:12
http://www.gurufocus.com/global-market-valuation.phpleedskier
01/7/2015
15:56
However, while Markit's Manufacturing survey tumbled, ISM's rose in May and now in June picked up again to 53.5 - its highest since January. Employment rose notably but New orders were only marginally higher and Production slowed. Rather stunningly, all the improvment in ISM is seasonal adjustments with the non-seasonally-adjusted data at its lowest since January. The question remains, is this good news enough to warrant a September rate cut - if we ignore everything else that is weak?ramco
01/7/2015
15:51
GS also downgraded economy today... To summarize: the first revenue drop for the S&P in 5 years, a major downward revision in EPS now expecting just 1% increase in 2015 EPS, a 25% cut to GDP forecasts, a machete taken to corporate profits and 10 Yields, and not to mention double digit sales declines for some of the most prominent tech companies in the world. And that, in a nutshell, is the "strong fundamentals" that everyone's been talking about.ramco
01/7/2015
15:39
Greece lost the blame game, and just like the Ukraine civil war last year, became an unwitting catalyst greenlighting Germany's concession to ECB QE, this time it may be Greece that launches the next step in the ECB's master plan: not just QE but more QE. This is precisely what Goldman's Franceso Garzarelli, co-head of macro and markets research, admitted earlier today in an interview on Bloomberg TV, when he said that the ECB "will have to go big" if the situation in Greece worsens and leads to wider peripheral bond yield spreads.ramco
01/7/2015
15:37
US Manufacturing PMI's final print for June at 53.6 (slightly above its preliminary 53.4 print) is its lowest since October 2013. The survey has fallen almost non-stop since the end of QE3. Under the covers, data was mixed, softer output growth was offset by a slight pick-up in the pace of new business gains and job creation, but Manufacturers indicated a slowdown in production growth for the third month running during June. As Markit's echief economist notes, “Policymakers will be concerned about the unbalanced nature of growth, and in particular the loss of export and investment drivers, and will want to see growth pick up again in coming months before committing to higher interest rates.”ramco
01/7/2015
15:35
tell Tspiras NO point playing chicken on a train track . if you get hit it will be painful .pal44
01/7/2015
15:35
As the shortened week continues ahead of tomorrow's payrolls print, and amid chaotic Greek headlines and images, ADP and Challenger jobs data gives us a glimpse of what volatility lies ahead. After jumping a little last month, but remaining in weak territory, ADP printed 237k for June (beating expectations of +217.5k) in line with estimates for nonfarm payrolls. This is the best print since Dec 2014 but is dominated by small businesses with large companies lagging.  Job gains were dominated by Services (+225k) with goods-producing firms gaining a mere 12k jobs. This comes after Challenger-Gray showed job cuts increasing 42.7% YoY in June and are at the highest level for June since 2009.ramco
01/7/2015
15:32
Since then Angie has spoken to parliament, the highlights... GERMANY WON'T COMPROMISE AT ALL COSTS DON'T NEED TO FEAR EZ ECO CATASTROPHE FROM GREEK CRISIS MERKEL: EUROPE IS MUCH STRONGER THAN 5 YEARS AGO REFERENDUM IS LEGITIMATE RIGHT OF GREECE. GERMANY WILL AWAIT RESULTS OF REFERENDUM DOOR FOR TALK WITH GREECE OPENramco
01/7/2015
13:04
he's chickened outgcom2
01/7/2015
12:13
No surprise that Schauble is not interested in any Greek deal. http://news.forexlive.com/!/schaeuble-shows-his-contempt-by-saying-hes-not-even-read-the-latest-proposal-20150701leedskier
01/7/2015
10:51
The Army Generals have probably told him he has to or face arrest.leedskier
01/7/2015
10:45
he has promised a referendum how can he go back kn thatgcom2
01/7/2015
10:42
maxk Were you not aware of that? Did you not know the Greek budget surplus etcbegorrah88
01/7/2015
10:37
FTSE 100 UKX 6,625.46 +104.48 1.61%leedskier
01/7/2015
10:34
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-01/greek-government-prepared-to-accept-creditors-proposals-with-changesleedskier
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