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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

Natwest Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/2/2021
13:15
crazi, the thing is that NWG is not a MM type AIM stock even though all stocks can be manipulated by the big players of course
arja
19/2/2021
13:00
Rise something to do with Irish Loans? Https://www.cityam.com/banks-move-to-buy-parts-of-natwests-irish-loan-book/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
netcurtains
19/2/2021
12:52
I guess a lot hangs on what the Sunday Times says over the weekend (and the other broadsheets). What have CITY AM said?
netcurtains
19/2/2021
12:33
me too, trade deal was sorted wasnt itthat was a right drag here for over 3 years
gcom2
19/2/2021
12:23
Thoughts are the lockdown will be lifting soon and hopefully it will be the final lockdown. Brexit is done. I'm therefore bullish on 2021.
smurfy2001
19/2/2021
12:20
I'm not sure how to take todays trading. Yesterday Barclays did much better than expected and the price crashed... NWG Market expected £300M profit and it was £700M loss... price has risen I'm not buying back just yet. I'm not sure if these MM's are sucking people in and then do another fall again back to mid/lower 160 to 165 region. These MM's may want to give out one more kick in the teeth before pushing up the trading range... Thoughts?
crazi
19/2/2021
08:47
Onwards and upwards. Disappointing dividend though.
smurfy2001
19/2/2021
08:22
god start but now market has had second thoughts it seems !
arja
19/2/2021
07:58
Some Analysts were expecting an 11p dividend. So again not sure how they will take 3p??? Better than Barclays but not even close to 11p....
crazi
19/2/2021
07:39
Market was expecting a "£300M profit". So which figure will they look at? The Loss reported for the year (after impairments) or the profit (before impairments)... ??? Our attributable loss of GBP753 million for 2020 reflects an impairment charge of GBP3.2 billion, a significant proportion of this impairment charge relates to potential future loan losses under IFRS 9. We continue to experience relatively low levels of actual default in our lending book, which is well diversified with limited exposure to unsecured loans. Before impairments, NatWest Group made an operating profit of GBP2.9 billion.
crazi
19/2/2021
07:38
smurfy, dividends will not make up for loss of capital if chart goes into a dontrend again. At the crossroads at the moment . Not sure the market will like the results but we will know in 20 minutes !
arja
19/2/2021
07:29
No buybacks as buying 4.99% of bank back from gov.Max allowed in 12mth period.
longwell
19/2/2021
07:26
What a financial landscape! - reminds me of Mars. Pleased to see a more orthodox approach to shareholders than yesterday's poor effort from Barclays. The 3p is payable on May 4. No mention of buybacks that I can see. You have to wish management good luck dealing with all the challenges....
polar fox
19/2/2021
07:24
Aye. Rubbish.
chiefbrody
19/2/2021
07:23
3p dividend equates to1.75%
ttny2004
19/2/2021
07:20
3p Div. Meh.
chiefbrody
18/2/2021
22:53
arja, I'll take the dividends and long term grown.
smurfy2001
18/2/2021
21:37
Crazi, i sometimes watch my own trades go though (and watch for what colours come up (red for sell, blue for buy) and they are often wrong). Don't pay too much attention to the red\blue sell\buy analysis.
simmsc
18/2/2021
18:15
risky to be holding NWG overnight as a real gamble! Just loom how BARC was hammered . Hopefully the fall in NWG today is the extent of the damage
arja
18/2/2021
18:00
Why not just IPO Ulster? Return money to shareholders and perform a buyback?
smurfy2001
18/2/2021
16:29
If they buy back chunks of the government stake and cancel the shares that would be great.
smurfy2001
18/2/2021
12:53
Share buybacks do toss-all for ordinary shareholders... They do, however, bung a nice load of fees to their mates in the city.
pawsche
18/2/2021
09:26
Ulster Bank looks set to quit the Irish market after 160 years The board of NatWest is to meet on Thursday evening to discuss a proposal to wind down Ulster Bank's operations here Thousands of banking jobs may be in jeopardy as Ulster Bank's presence in Ireland looks set to come to an end after more than 160 years. An estimated 10,000 farmers have borrowings with Ulster Bank and IFA President Tim Cullinan urged the bank not to leave them 'completely high and dry'. A further 10,000 farmers rely on the bank for current account services, he added. "Ulster Bank must make a commitment that it will not to sell its loan book to a vulture fund that would leave these farmers completely high and dry. The Government must intervene and prevent this from happening," Mr Cullinan said. https://www.irishexaminer.com/business/economy/arid-40229129.html
johnwise
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