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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Natwest Group Plc LSE:NWG 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
  -0.10 -0.05% 205.00 204.90 205.10 206.00 203.90 205.70 874,172 09:55:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 10,796.0 -434.0 -6.2 - 23,730

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11/12/2020
10:16
Do we know why the UK banks appear to be having a particularly bad day relative to other FTSE100 companies bad day - why is ours worse?
netcurtains
11/12/2020
07:43
China Uncensored Video "Wall Street is selling out the United States to Communist China. US China policy for decades has been influenced by Wall Street lobbyists at companies like Blackrock, Blackstone, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and pushed forward by willing politicians. And now China wants the great reset of US China relations. And their old friends in Wall Street are helping. Plus, Chinese dean Di Dongsheng was caught in a speech bragging about how China captures American elite". VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLt9RnWtdJg
johnwise
10/12/2020
18:52
CASSINI: I bought a few shares in a company as a teenager years and years ago. I used to love getting the paper and seeing if it went up or down that day.. I should imagine many teenagers nowadays would like to own a fraction of a Tesla share or amazon for the same reason - perhaps a whole share!
netcurtains
10/12/2020
17:34
Thanks Salamander69: that probably explains the spike near 4pm
netcurtains
10/12/2020
13:32
Yesterday, the Chairman of Tesco estimated food prices, in the event of ND, would increase by 3-5%, in broad terms. Raab was asked about it this morning and dodged giving an answer, saying he would need to refer elsewhere etc. A food pricing expert was just interviewed on R4 and he agrees with 3-5%, ballpark, with tariffs accounting for a significant portion of it. Ken Clarke just said that ND will do more damage to the UK economy than CV-!9. He should know.
polar fox
10/12/2020
12:00
UVL just made a short statement on camera, nothing new. But she ended it with "we will take a decision on Sunday". I think it means everyone is aware the decision has to be announced while the markets are closed. Sunday is the 13th, of course.
polar fox
10/12/2020
08:54
UK signs £17.6billion free trade deal with Singapore as Liz Truss hails 'further proof we can succeed as an independent trading nation' https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9037979/UK-Singapore-sign-free-trade-deal.html
johnwise
10/12/2020
08:37
14 PERCENT OF MERCEDES-BENZE CARS + BMW ARE ARE SOLD IN THE UK To quote Treason May, no deal,is better than a bad deal. We are not time constrained,call the EU bluff,watch them spin round and round,blaming each other. Then if they wish,come back some time in the new year and negotiate with a Sovreign nation,with respect.
johnwise
10/12/2020
07:34
Hunter Biden’s China business deals leading up to 2018 probe detailed in Senate report The transactions offer a glimpse into Hunter Biden’s alleged activities prior to the launch of the grand jury investigation in 2018 HUNTER BIDEN'S FOREIGN TRANSACTIONS REPEATEDLY FLAGGED AS POTENTIAL CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, SENATE PROBE FOUND https://www.foxnews.com/politics/hunter-bidens-china-business-deals-leading-up-to-2018-probe-detailed-in-senate-report
johnwise
10/12/2020
07:27
My take is that it will be No Deal. If it is handled properly - a big IF with this bunch of clowns, headed by a buffoon - I would expect a statement/TV address on Sunday, before markets begin re-opening from 9.00pm. Tesco admits to stockpiling and warns of empty shelves to come, as I've been warning. Pretty soon, it will be time to look after No.1 and one's family and loved ones first. A couple of weeks remain to prepare as best one can.
polar fox
09/12/2020
16:04
Well it's certainly an increase in flexibility for investors but speaking personally I've never come across a share so expensive I couldn't buy about the number I wanted (I don't buy FAANG stocks). My most expensive share was about £20/share - no big deal. As for buying small amounts - again, is this an app aimed at people with very little disposable income, as I personally wouldn't see the point in buying £2 of shares (their minimum buy). Do people who have very little money even buy shares anyway? Commission free investing is the real advantage I reckon - people can trade and/or buy small amounts without invoking a significant fee.
cassini
09/12/2020
15:16
What do you think of that new app that lets you buy fractions of shares? It seems a great idea to me... FREETRADE: Https://blog.freetrade.io/fractional-shares-the-rollout-has-started-5b7091e37912
netcurtains
09/12/2020
14:51
I also topped up on these this week - but my initial buy in was back around 220p so I reckon my average is still around 200p. Should have been buying more aggressively really when the price was really depressed...
cassini
09/12/2020
11:30
pe 6.48p Its crouched down now for a bounce. I bought a few more. Never can tell if I guess right.
netcurtains
08/12/2020
17:55
PM meeting UVL tomorrow evening in Brussels - confirmed. Meantime, Barnier says he now expects No Deal.
polar fox
08/12/2020
17:05
trade deal talks go to the wire for the 4737rd time, idiots
gcom2
08/12/2020
08:04
thanks for the list however I think the link is broken - you must have inadvertently (and rather embarrassingly by the looks of it) posted the wrong link. But thanks for trying.
netcurtains
08/12/2020
07:59
Here is the link for the companies that trade in $ WWW.SuckMummiesC@ck.com
boxerdogz
08/12/2020
07:53
Do you have your promised "brexit dividend" (remember that bus)have you invested it aboard? I'm still waiting for mine - I dont think the NHS ever received theirs - weird that. it was such a big deal. Must be lost in the post (also sold off to raise money).
netcurtains
08/12/2020
07:45
Yes I do Net curtains
boxerdogz
07/12/2020
18:30
re fall in value of pound today: Does anyone have a list of FTSE100 companies that have their accounts in dollars?
netcurtains
07/12/2020
16:35
If anyone is interested in the fishermen thing this is it: Permira own Birds Eye Fish Fingers. In 1996, the UK, French, German & Italian teams joined together to create Schroder Ventures Europe. It raised its first pan European fund. Looks for a Target EBITDA of $1,000 mm - $1,500 mm. So could be that Brexit destroys Fishfingers...
netcurtains
07/12/2020
16:28
netcurtains = typical retort of a Remainer . Well done and good luck investing / trading or what ever it is you do
boxerdogz
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