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Royal Bank Of Scotland LSE:RBS London Ordinary Share GB00B7T77214 ORD 100P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.04% 238.30p 238.20p 238.30p 241.00p 237.00p 238.30p 2,049,012.00 08:51:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 12,590.0 -4,082.0 -59.5 - 28,176.74

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Royal Bank Of Scotland Daily Update: Royal Bank Of Scotland is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBS. The last closing price for Royal Bank Of Scotland was 238.20p.
Royal Bank Of Scotland has a 4 week average price of 235.93p and a 12 week average price of 227.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 260.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 148.40p.
There are currently 11,824,063,184 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,531,925 shares. The market capitalisation of Royal Bank Of Scotland is £28,176,742,567.47.
gcom2: how will a euro (ie Greece) crisis send the rbs share price higher
smurfy2001: RBS braces for a monster fine RBS is one of the last big banks to settle with US authorities over its role in mis-selling risky mortgages, the scandal at the very heart of the great financial crisis of 2008/9. According to RBS shareholders the BBC has spoken to, if the US Department of Justice (DoJ) slaps a fine around the $10bn mark, there will be drinks all round at RBS HQ and the share price will probably go up. RBS itself is loath to offer an estimate as it's worried it may antagonise the very regulators with whom it is in tense and high stakes negotiations. It has good reason to be cautious. Deutsche Bank tried to create a consensus around a figure of $5bn for its own settlement, only to see the Department of Justice get the hump and hit them with a bill for $14bn. That riposte saw Deutsche Bank's share price tumble as a fine of that size was nearly 85% of the bank's market value at that time. The two sides eventually settled on a figure of $7.2bn. RBS had a much bigger share than Deutsche of the sub-prime mortgage market and analysts estimates of the ultimate bill cluster around the low teens of billions. If it is much higher than that, some shareholders think RBS should refuse to settle and instead take the matter to court. That was the approach taken by Barclays who balked at a figure (thought to be around $5bn) for their comparatively small role in the market, feeling that foreign banks were being disproportionately punished by US regulators compared to American banks. For example, Goldman Sachs was a much bigger player than Barclays in this market and settled for just over $5bn. A Barclays insider told the BBC: "If the gap between what the DoJ was asking and what we thought reasonable could have been bridged, we would have done it but the gap was just too wide." Barclays decided it would take its chances fighting the US regulator in court - an option no bank takes lightly. We won't know if that was the right call for many weeks or months. That is the same dilemma facing RBS. If the DoJ comes back with a number in the high teens of billions - should it pay or fight? 'Legalised extortion' Many shareholders agree that foreign banks are being unfairly punished and would back the bank if it refused to cough up. One told the BBC: "Justice is not the guiding star for the Department of Justice. You might as well call it the Department of legalised extortion. The US authorities are shaking down the only investment banking competitors to the big US banks." The Department of Justice declined to comment. But remember, the DoJ is about to get a new boss appointed by a new President. His preferred choice is Republican Senator Jeff Sessions who has courted controversy for his hardline views on immigration but is fairly inexperienced in financial regulation. So the gamble is this. Settle with this lot - who have shown themselves to be tough on European banks - or hope you get an easier ride with the new administration who may - or may not - look more favourably on UK institutions. Canary WharfImage copyrightPA Whatever choice RBS takes, it will be a massive body blow to a bank already punch drunk with its various regulatory maulings. It was the only UK bank to fail the Bank of England's stress tests in November - in part because of the cloud of this imminent fine. The Bank of England was satisfied that RBS had a credible plan to bolster its finances further but a particularly vicious upper cut from the US won't help. Attempting normal This is the last big impediment between RBS and its attempts to return to normality. Just today we saw Lloyds announce that the UK government was no longer its biggest shareholder. RBS is still 73% owned by the government and is years away from that, but putting all the misconduct and litigation to one side, this is a bank capable of making a billion pounds a quarter in profit. Many may find banks making profits unpalatable but the truth is economies function better with healthy banks that can get on with the job of being their bloodstream, delivering credit to where it is needed. Getting this matter settled will be like having a tumor (size TBC) removed. The operation may well be painful, but only when it's done can RBS truly begin to heal.
cfc1: well one damn day perhaps RBS share price will turn. Its a depressing read being an RBS share holder...we need something positive from this bank one day!!! Still W&G disposal will be step one. The US DoJ....still waiting to see Deutsche bank fine.....
gcom2: Any views here on how a Trump/Clinton win will affect rbs share price? or, as it's rbs will it fall on either one winning?
cfc1: yet.....RBS share price which has been slammed not even up 5p on the news!
cfc1: Gcom....good logic. I think that's about right re RBS likely fine. Avatar - will the weather affect RBS share price do you think. Was gonna ask ...what do the tealeaves say but guess it should read cartoons?
shaws67: Has RBS share price got a puncture?
leedskier: cfc1 you seem to be losing your charm today. Nothing to do with the impact of the referendum on RBS share prices, I guess, since you seem to be persuaded that it is just a blip.
bit thick: "Read yesterday that Brexit could take RBS share price down 25%" and what happens if we stay in and the Euro zone collapses? 25% down might be a good option!
jungle jim: What is the concensus regarding the RBS share price after the referundum? As I see it the Brexit question is suppressing it, should it then be taken as given that on the 'stay in' result (according to the book makers and therefore most likely) we will rise?
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