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NWG Natwest Group Plc

2.10 (0.96%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Natwest Group Plc NWG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
2.10 0.96% 220.50 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
219.20 218.30 222.60 220.50 218.40
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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:16 by smithie6
My apologies.

(But it was the weekend, mkts closed)

Back to NWG, why is it up so strongly these days ?

Up ~3p this morning. 203p to 213-214p over the last 3.1 trading days !
Posted at 01/12/2023 09:06 by smithie6
...numerous buy tips coming out of big finance houses

I assume they hold a lot of shares

.. I assume they will keep tipping NWG in the months ahead
Posted at 28/11/2023 17:53 by qantas
City firm argues Lloyds Bank shares worth at least 50% more

The base case on Barclays

in today’s note is 235p, rising to 350p in an upside scenario. NatWest Group

is rated “equal weight” and 260p, with a bull case of 440p should there be a stronger earnings recovery due to a resilient economy and higher terminal rates.

Please do your own research as always.
Posted at 26/11/2023 16:56 by 1224saj
Good article in todays Sunday Times, suggesting NWG is undervalued to its peers
Posted at 16/11/2023 13:32 by smurfy2001
Looking at the consensus (20 October 2023) DPS is 17.3p so a potential final dividend of 11.8p (vs previous 2022 final of 10.0p) with 8.7bn shares in issue.

NWG currently has 8.82bn shares in issue.
Posted at 31/10/2023 15:05 by thecomposer
Always great to note the “Director Purchases” RNS here today afternoon, nice, and GLA!

Over the last three years on average, NatWest’s EPS has increased by 70% per year. But its share price has only increased by an average 11% per year over that period.

The bank looks significantly undervalued to its peers on the key metric of the price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio.

NatWest’s is just 3.5, while Barclays’ is 3.6, Lloyds’ is 3.9, HSBC Holdings’ is 5.9, and Standard Chartered’s is 10.8. This gives a UK bank peer group average of 6.05.

It looks even more undervalued against the European bank peer group P/E average of 7.7.

To gauge the level of undervaluation, I use the discounted cash flow (DCF) method, using several analysts’ DCF valuations as well as my own.

The core assessments for NatWest are now between around 72% and 78% undervalued. The lowest of these would give a fair value per share of about £6.50 per share, compared to £1.82 now.

In 2022, NatWest paid a Special Dividend of 16.8p, which gives a yield of 17% based on the current share price. Crucially though, even if this Special Dividend is not included in the calculation, the yield is still 7.4%.

So, a £10,000 investment would make another £7,400 in passive income over 10 years if the yield and the share price stayed the same (which is not guaranteed). This is over and above share price gains or losses and tax obligations incurred.

NatWest increased its 2023 interim payment by 57% — from 3.5p to 5.5p. If this was applied to this year’s final dividend, then the total would be 21.2p. This would give an 11.6% yield, with no Special Dividend included, based on the current share price.
Posted at 29/10/2023 13:21 by smithie6
..with Alison Rose gone the NatWest Banking group can perhaps return to being a bank & stop it's drift towards being partly a NGO charity/venture.

imo it is the job of the state to receive taxes from businesses such as NWG & use them to support students & other sectors of society.

Example. the NWG gave £100k to help fund 500 students in a specific sector.

Completely irrelevant spend by NWG. And an irrelevant amount of money imo to give to the student sector which has a turnover in Europe of billions.
imo NWG only did it so that the dirs. (especially Alison Rose ?) could score some brownie points & personal kudos.

imo this bank should stick to banking & leave social services to be run by the Govt.
Posted at 27/10/2023 07:57 by smithie6
...they mentioned that some wrong doing did happen but that that it is a subject for the regulator.

It was a mess up....Coutts were entitled to close Mr Farage's account since his balance did not meet their rules.
But they broke rules by revealing info to the public domain. They probably should just have said no comment.
If Farage revealed his private info that is up to him but a bank can't reveal anything.

Impact on NWG ?

Zero imo !!


Did this legal review perhaps cost say £1-5 million ??
Would have been better to pay say £100k to Farage as compensation with the agreement that withdraw complaint & subject closed.
NWG would have saved a few million phps.
Posted at 10/10/2023 07:55 by netcurtains
Its all about big dividend yields and the fall in inflation.
Posted at 10/9/2023 07:16 by netcurtains
NWG now has the second best dividend yield out of all the UK banks

CBG 8.09
NWG 6.91
VMUK 6.71
LLOY 6.14
HSBA 5.72
BARC 5.22
STAN 2.24
TBCG 2.84

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