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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
  3.75 1.98% 193.05 192.95 193.05 193.45 189.95 192.00 18,850,657 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 10,796.0 -434.0 -6.2 - 22,347

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/12/2020
17:22
NWG is more UK focussed anyhow!
smurfy2001
29/12/2020
16:43
Only the banks who sell products in the EU. So actually less than half...
crazi
29/12/2020
14:53
sounds really bad for banks or most of them. Will just look for a day trade OPP which seems unlikely today
arja
29/12/2020
14:45
Explains the TCA pretty well... The thing is though UK banks that are Local really shouldn't be affected by the TCA details much "if at all!" MTRO, VMUK, Lloyds etc. are just getting played with as usual! HSBC, Barclays etc who have Investment Divisions selling and trading overseas you can understand the uncertainty. hTTps://ukandeu.ac.uk/what-does-the-brexit-trade-deal-mean-for-financial-services/
crazi
28/12/2020
14:40
House of Cards: Lemmings entrust crypto asset broker with $200 million of hard earned real money! Who in their right mind would entrust a crypto exchange with $200 million of their own money, or invest in its stock? Well…… Surely by now, with the penny finally dropping at the FCA, the world would finally begin to understand that any digital currency is a fraud, yet here we are, at the end of 2020, and Bitcoin values – which are false valuations of a false and intangible currency – have been soaring, and once again the talking heads of the media have been encouraging the lemmings to jump from the precipice. This would perhaps be more than a coincidence given that some of the most sinister governments in the world along with the socialist European Union are looking at introducing their own digital currency enabling them to control and rob people blind at state level. https://financefeeds.com/house-cards-lemmings-entrust-crypto-asset-broker-200-million-hard-earned-real-money/
johnwise
28/12/2020
14:28
Barclays Bank refusing withdrawals to new customers – and getting away with it Despite it being illegal to withhold customer funds in the UK, Barclays sticks to its line and will not allow new customers to withdraw funds or make transfers, putting every possible obstacle in the way. FinanceFeeds has full documented evidence of this, and for those in the same situation wishing to go down the class action route, we would be happy to assist. https://financefeeds.com/barclays-bank-refusing-withdrawals-new-customers-getting-away/
johnwise
28/12/2020
11:48
Banks appear to be up in the DAX this morning: Https://markets.businessinsider.com/index/daxsector-all-banks
netcurtains
27/12/2020
18:19
VIDEO What Is the Great Reset? | World Economic Forum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOK8OdoS11k
johnwise
27/12/2020
18:12
Madness (neg rates).Sensible rates again. Pound out the gutter. Zombie companies fail. Stronger ones tidy up. Savers get a little interest. An end to all the asset bubbles (houses/bitcoin etc).So many wins.
chiefbrody
27/12/2020
18:08
Negative rates are ok for business, no good at all for the punter. People will stop using banks where possible. Day to day stuff, cash will be demanded and paid. Why not, no point in having it on deposit. Any thoughts of introducing plastic only will end in whoever tries it being voted out.
maxk
27/12/2020
17:58
The general belief is that should the BOE bring in negative rates two things will happen: 1) The BOE will pay banks to administer Covid funds (BOE suggested this already) 2) Banks will start charging all customers for services. Seemingly a study that has been undertaken showed that Banks will actually make more profit from this compared to continuing on very low interest rates of 0.5% or less. So Negative Rates being an unknown people react like it's a negative for Banks but could turn out to be the excuse they need to finally start charging for services in the UK like Banks do in most overseas countries around the world and make more profit. Then as Interest rates rise they make even more... So don't panic about negative rates... Banks would have to do something so it is very likely this would happen.
crazi
27/12/2020
10:23
Despite doubts that negative rates would be adopted, economists warned that they could "become a very real possibility"  The Times
jason_scrap
26/12/2020
21:11
largeronald, Further to our posts in the summer, there's an interesting piece in the Telegraph today. The opening speaks for itself: 'When my husband died, no one suspected Covid-19. But I now believe he was one of the early UK victims'. When Catherine Mayer's husband Andy Gill died on 1 February, aged 64, the cause was recorded as pneumonia. But now she suspects otherwise. unquote He was admitted to the ICU on 18 January. I believe you mentioned February in your suspected case; mine was 15/16 March. The first UK lockdown was (finally) announced 23 March. It's all very plausible - sort of fits. China announced its lockdown on 24 January, on the eve of CNY. At some point, it would be nice if some trusted, professional body were to publish a definitive report, from, say, Q3/Q4 2019 through to Easter this year. All fascinating stuff!
polar fox
26/12/2020
16:37
Are we guilty of this? I know i am a little even though it was hard to admit. Short Clip BE WARNED YOU'LL NEED A HANKY OR 2 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z5KbOjzIrzo
spacedust
26/12/2020
15:37
Our government/BOE (same thing) seems to like our currency in the toilet.Lord knows why with our trade deficits. Be nice if they were to change the tune for once and talk the pound up.
chiefbrody
26/12/2020
14:35
UK: The country has been the worst performer among major equity markets since the 2016 Brexit referendum, both in local currency and dollar terms. hTtps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-26/brexit-cloud-clears-for-the-world-s-most-unpopular-stock-market
smurfy2001
24/12/2020
17:38
Tuesday is a long long way off - no point looking at futures until at least monday. Everyone just enjoy Christmas (as much as you can). My predication: Boom times start soon!
netcurtains
24/12/2020
15:23
Markets closed Monday.
ps0u3165
24/12/2020
15:13
Muted futures be interested to see the markets on Tuesday. Hopefully this 'uncertainty' clear the path for bank stocks for flourish.
smurfy2001
24/12/2020
15:10
Without knowing any of the detail, I'm very glad it's turned out to be a done deal, rather than the disaster of a No Deal. But the true test will be what happens in the weeks and months and years to come, of course.
polar fox
24/12/2020
08:15
Analysts will need to increase their targets very soon to cater for the £3b+ loan book purchased from Metro Bank. With LTV's of low 60% they are a definite asset and increases Nats loan book extremely quickly and 2 years ahead of schedule... nice re-ratings coming soon on the back of still being 40%!! cheaper YTD :-)
crazi
24/12/2020
07:44
Moderna says its vaccine gives immunity against new COVID-19 variant https://seekingalpha.com/news/3647149-moderna-says-vaccine-gives-immunity-against-new-covidminus-19-variant
crazi
24/12/2020
07:23
ahead again
arja
24/12/2020
07:23
banks should do well again today nand were in a short term uptrend before the recent setback on NO DEAL possibility . Should now move ahe
arja
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