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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
  1.70 0.84% 205.00 204.90 205.10 205.10 202.40 203.20 8,071,582 16:35:11
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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21/12/2020
12:47
Yes, buy fresh produce now in case its not available in 10 days time. Broccoli, cabbage and spinach etc. always tastes better when its 8 days past its sell by date.
ashbox
21/12/2020
11:32
They should flap their wings down to the supermarket! Very busy this morning, despite the rain, and fresh produce is rapidly being scooped up on the assumption that shortages are to come - I've previously warned of this (from January), but events have brought things forward by a couple of weeks.
polar fox
21/12/2020
11:07
Brexiteer turkeys flapped their wings with glee at news of Kent being turned into a giant lorry park. "We've waited patiently for 4½ years and now Christmas has come early for us" crowed one jubilant fowl.
largeronald
21/12/2020
08:36
This new virus strain is not exclusive to the UK only. It is out there across Europe, It would explain the high rapid rates in Sweden/Germany . These two countries were doing ok until a few weeks ago. would explain the speed of the infection and why those two countries rates shot up so quickly. The UK is the only one to confirm this new strain (UK is a leader in Genomics/disease mutation research). Other nations are looking to blame someone for the rise in infections, to deflect from their own mismanagement of the virus within their own borders. However, we must not forget where this virus originated from, China!
johnwise
21/12/2020
08:16
johnwise: "continued Marxist doctrine and political correctness" - That is something to look forward too, its horrible to think of people sleeping in the streets and others being billionaires. There is no way I could be a billionaire while others were sleeping rough on the streets - its an inhuman concept... billionaires must be lizards. And Political Correctness is great too - these boards are full of really foul language and they would be much better if people were polite! John, a good tip for you, try and see the flip side of the coin, you'll be pleased you did. Nat West - the peoples bank! The bank that likes to say "yes" the bank that smiles.... The bank that Mary Poppins would approve of! Nat West is the Magic Money Tree.
netcurtains
21/12/2020
08:08
What have people got to look forward to? After a lonely, dull Christmas whats in store in 2021 and beyond looks worse-more lockdowns, continued mask wearing, coerced vaccinations, increased taxation, police state, democracy going, more money printing, negative interest rates, inflation, mass unemployment, businesses devastated, jobs gone, continued Marxist doctrine and political correctness, people living in poverty, homelessness, climate change scam, global communism, the government still sucking up to Communist China...Weapons of mass destruction spread by China..
johnwise
21/12/2020
07:12
NS Number : 2420J NatWest Group plc 21 December 2020 18 December 2020 NatWest Group plc NatWest announces acquisition of mortgage portfolio from Metro Bank NatWest Group plc ("NatWest") today announces that it has entered into an agreement with Metro Bank plc ("Metro Bank") to acquire a GBP3.0 billion portfolio of prime UK mortgages. The portfolio consists of owner occupied residential mortgages with a weighted average current loan to value of c.60%. As part of the transaction, NatWest will welcome over 13,000 customers who will continue to be serviced by Metro Bank, in accordance with current arrangements, following the transfer to NatWest. The purchase price of c.GBP3.1 billion represents a 2.7 per cent premium on gross book value(1) . The impact of the transaction, based on NatWest's CET1 ratio at 30 September 2020, equates to a reduction of around 15 basis points(2) . Commenting on the transaction, Alison Rose, CEO of NatWest said, "Growing our mortgage book is an important strategic priority as we build a bank that delivers sustainable returns for shareholders. The addition of this loan book will supplement the strong organic growth that we continue to achieve. "Our strong capital position, well above the target range, continues to provide the flexibility to navigate the uncertain environment and support our customers during the challenging times ahead." 1. There may be an adjustment to the financial impact and consideration paid at completion under which loans representing up to 10% by value of the portfolio may be excluded from the sale, equal to a potential reduction in price of c.GBP0.3 billion. NatWest has full economic benefit of the portfolio and the transaction will be reflected in Q4 2020 results. The transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of 2021. 2. NatWest reported a Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) ratio of 18.2% at 30 September 2020.
crazi
19/12/2020
20:03
This is an excerpt from the FT in Sept.2019: Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to buy Tesco Bank’s mortgage book in a £3.8bn deal, after a vicious price war led the latter to abandon the mortgage market. Lloyds will pay a 2.5 per cent premium compared with the loans’ outstanding book value, with Tesco’s 23,000 customers transferring to Lloyds subsidiary Halifax.  Vim Maru, Lloyds director of retail, said: “This is a good deal for the group, our shareholders and Tesco’s mortgage customers. We believe our Halifax brand will make a good home for these customers and we look forward to welcoming them to the group.”  unquote
polar fox
19/12/2020
17:05
MTRO only sold the mortgages as they had to shore up capital to meet MREL requirements. They made a good decision to sell rather than capital raise. So a good deal for both companies... imho
crazi
19/12/2020
10:57
Phew! Thanks Crazi!
netcurtains
19/12/2020
10:56
You are assuming all the properties are in London. Doubt that but also most only have 2.5 years to run so if in London those people have the cash to continue payments as their monthly payments will be much lower than income on ratio as these loans will have been running for years. Look at the mortgage market currently...BOOMING! and they only had to pay 2.7% for £3b+ loan book and MTRO's loans are also viewed as being higher grade than most other banks loans (low 60% LTV)... Great news :-) imho
crazi
19/12/2020
10:29
Does anyone know if this is a good deal for Nat West? It seems a heck of a lot of money when those London "million pound hovels" have lost their appeal. Who wants to pay a million to live in a hovel in central london when you can get loads of land in the countryside and work from home for as long as you want? I think Nat West have bought a dud here.... Or does anyone else know differently?
netcurtains
18/12/2020
17:52
Disappointing pullback today. Really no need for it as they will still be negotiating Brexit next week. Right to the 11th hour so no-one has time to read the agreement and everyone wins when the deal is done. In the meantime the extra trading on the market due to the fiasco: Every trade the brokers get commissions Every trade the Government get taxes It's all fixed and deliberate...
crazi
18/12/2020
16:19
Yes a deadline re-extension of the 18th deadline that already all expired
gcom2
18/12/2020
12:16
He's also said negotiations can continue beyond the weekend. Back door left open - of course it is... Yawn! Bet they are still at it next week...
crazi
18/12/2020
10:59
Barnier panicking and saying "just a few hours left"Well that's his fault, the silly old fool.
gcom2
18/12/2020
10:15
I cant see how they cant cobble together a deal over the weekend if the only problem is jellied eels and whelks.
netcurtains
18/12/2020
10:05
SP showing resilience against market brexit jitters...
crazi
17/12/2020
14:35
Furlough scheme extended for another month Published 13 seconds ago Chancellor Rishi Sunak has extended the furlough scheme for one month until the end of April next year.
crazi
17/12/2020
10:33
Need dividend news
smurfy2001
16/12/2020
10:55
Just taken my 2nd batch... happy to hold
crazi
16/12/2020
10:54
All banks edging up each day again. You have to be holding to get the gains as day trading won't work like this. Then as each little bit of good news comes from the negotiations there will be sudden jumps. No immediate deadline like last week which is good. Less pressure on the market...imho
crazi
16/12/2020
09:14
good start but now drifting down - hope it is just profit taking after explosive start !
arja
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