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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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16/3/2021
08:22
City watchdog accuses NatWest of money laundering failings The regulator claims that the bank's systems and controls 'failed to adequately monitor and scrutinise this activity' By Simon Foy 16 March 2021 • 7:47am The City watchdog has launched criminal proceedings against NatWest for money laundering offences. The Financial Conduct Authority said the bank allegedly failed to comply with money laundering regulations between November 2011 and October 2016, arising from the handling of the accounts of a UK incorporated customer. The FCA alleges that increasingly large cash deposits were made into the customer’s accounts. In total, around £365m was paid into the accounts, of which around £264m was in cash. The regulator claims that NatWest's systems and controls "failed to adequately monitor and scrutinise this activity". The lender said: "NatWest Group takes extremely seriously its responsibility to seek to prevent money laundering by third parties and accordingly has made significant, multi-year investments in its financial crime systems and controls." https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/03/16/city-watchdog-accuses-natwest-money-laundering-failings/
maxk
12/3/2021
15:27
NatWest Group Winds Down SME Lending Platform Esme Loans 12/03/2021 12:38pm Dow Jones News NatWest (NYSE:NWG) Intraday Stock Chart Friday 12 March 2021 NatWest Group PLC said Friday that it is closing its digital-lending platform for small and medium enterprises Esme Loans. "Esme Loans is being closed and is not accepting any new loan applications. Businesses that currently have a loan with us are not affected by this decision and are still able to log into their dashboard as usual," the platform said in a notice on its website. Esme was founded in 2016 by four entrepreneurs from NatWest, according to its website. A NatWest spokesperson said the FTSE 100 lender decided to wind down Esme Loans after careful consideration, but that it will continue to test and invest in innovative banking services. "We are prioritising our investment spend across the bank on products and services that allow us to provide the best possible support for customers and colleagues. This is more critical than ever given that the pandemic has fundamentally changed the market in which we operate, and the support which our customers need," the spokesperson said.
maxk
09/3/2021
09:14
Starting today, tomorrow and Thursday, the US Treasury will hold a total of $120bn auctions of government bonds in the 3-year, 10-year, and 30-year tenors. All eyes will be on the bid-to-cover ratios after a recent 7-year auction saw that ratio slump. If markets’ appetite for US government debt at these levels disappoints, Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at OANDA, expects “more equity market carnage for a start,” and US Dollar strength. “Although the US Treasury already has the balances available to start disbursing the $1.90 trillion Biden stimulus, the government was already running eye-watering deficits anyway. A trillion dollars per annum in the latter half of the Trump term,” he told City A.M. this morning. “So even setting stimulus packages aside, the US government has an impressive underlying borrowing appetite,” Halley noted. https://www.cityam.com/before-the-bell-who-does-not-love-a-120bn-auction/
johnwise
09/3/2021
08:41
Markets Chinese government-backed funds snap up stocks to halt plunge Correction comes amid worries of asset bubbles, US yields and overvaluation HONG KONG -- Funds backed by the Chinese government on Tuesday bought shares to limit the rout in domestic stocks after China's main index tumbled into correction territory. Traders said that brokers linked to the funds, which often are referred to as the "national team" for the role they play in stopping rapid falls in China's equity markets, were active in morning trading in the mainland and through the cross-border Stock Connect program, which allows investors in Hong Kong to buy yuan-denominated shares. The support, which comes amid the National People's Congress meeting in Beijing helped the markets trim losses for the day. The NPC is the most important governmental event of the year in China, where authorities monitor market developments closely. Investors have dumped stocks on fears they are overvalued and are vulnerable to rising U.S. bond yields. They also have been worried over a faster-than-expected fiscal and monetary policy normalization in China after regulators warned of asset bubbles. https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Markets/Chinese-government-backed-funds-snap-up-stocks-to-halt-plunge
johnwise
09/3/2021
08:28
Quantitative easing printing money Update: FTSE 100 set for modest fall after Bank of England’s Andrew Bailey warns of inflation Markets have been spooked by concerns that central banks will have to raise rates due to the inflation that will arise as a result of the economic recovery from Covid combined with the pandemic fiscal and monetary assistance programmes. https://www.standard.co.uk/business/ftse-100-shares-fall-bank-of-england-s-andrew-bailey-warns-of-inflation-b922961.html
johnwise
08/3/2021
19:13
Struggled to break 200p hopefully end of this week?
smurfy2001
05/3/2021
17:07
VIDEO Economist predicts massive money ‘bubble’ will cause ECONOMIC CRASH soon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Eah1W-wBIg
johnwise
05/3/2021
13:56
So high broken again?
netcurtains
05/3/2021
13:47
Goldman Sachs become a victim of the Government's Global Warming Scam Marketing Climate Alarm ? Goldman Sachs commits to net zero financed emissions by 2050 Goldman Sachs has joined the ranks of major US investment banks committing to align their financing activities with net zero emissions by mid-century and pledging to measure and disclose its progress towards meeting those goals. https://www.businessgreen.com/news/4028101/goldman-sachs-commits-net-zero-financed-emissions-2050 GLOBAL WARMING A SCAM THERE IS NO GLOBAL WARMING Video: The truth about global warming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fA5sGtj7QKQ VIDEO: A Dearth of Carbon Dr. Patrick Moore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TjlmFr4FMvI
johnwise
05/3/2021
12:04
So broken high...
netcurtains
05/3/2021
10:05
1 year high @191.85p
skinny
05/3/2021
05:57
Quantitative easing (Money Printing) Update: Stocks tumble as Powell signals inflation is ahead New York (CNN Business)US stocks tumbled Thursday after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell predicted an increase in consumer prices this summer — something investors fear will force interest rates up sooner than expected. Powell, speaking at a conference Thursday, predicted strong job growth and increases in consumer prices as the vaccine rollout allows the economy to reopen fully. But he cautioned the Fed does not think the economy is at risk of overheating. Still, the market reacted strongly to his interview. The 10-year US government bond yield jumped and was up 0.07% at 1.54% around the time of the closing bell. Meanwhile, stocks sold off. The Dow (INDU) finished down 1.1%, or 346 points, and the S&P 500 (SPX) closed 1.3% lower. The Nasdaq Composite (COMP) fell even more sharply, tumbling 2.1%. The index managed to just avoid dipping into correction territory — defined as a 10% drop from its most recent high -— as it was down 9.7% from its February 12 record high. The Nasdaq has erased its gains for the year. https://edition.cnn.com/2021/03/04/economy/jerome-powell-inflation-jobs-market/index.html
johnwise
05/3/2021
05:54
Quantitative easing (Money Printing) Update: Fed Chairman Jerome Powell expressed little worry about inflation and provided no indication of policy changes ahead. Bonds and stocks both sold off on the comments. Further, if inflation rises, that means future interest payments one receives for holding the bond are worth less. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/03/04/why-the-market-is-worried-about-powells-stance-on-inflation.html 23.6% of All US Dollars Were Created in the Last Year https://www.thestreet.com/mishtalk/economics/23-6-of-all-us-dollars-were-created-in-the-last-year
johnwise
04/3/2021
07:44
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buywell3
25/2/2021
08:37
Is Nat west disposing / merging Adam & Company Bank with Coutts etal?
tewmax
24/2/2021
19:51
NatWest have regulatory permission to perform a "Directed" buy back from the government. Granted and approved. 5% of the market cap per annum. Seek to 46m of the FY 2020 management presentation for reference. hTtps://streamstudio.world-television.com/852-1112-27085/en
smurfy2001
24/2/2021
09:42
"Crazi19 Feb '21 - 12:20 - 785 of 797 0 0 0 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?" Price went down purely because it was a bad FTSE day and it could not over take the wind pushing against it, that's why its been going up ever since. think of the FTSE as a wind, if the FTSE goes down and you go up, then your stock is very Strong for the buys, if your FTSE went up it would have flew like a rocket. this only applies to FTSE index your in though, its a good barometer to gage where people are on your stock is to watch which FTSE index your in and what it is doing over all against your stock, and if your not in an index then its a lot more like gambling.
delphiman
24/2/2021
07:15
LLOY out today, worth a read. The dividend is only 0.57p, against most scribblers expecting 1p. That will disappoint. The bank says it's "the maximum allowed under the regulator's guidelines".
polar fox
24/2/2021
02:24
Dividend was reinstated last week, it was the final and worth 3p. This is down from the 3.5p final dividend in 2019. That's not unexpected of course. The big dividends in 2019 were the specials. I didn't hold then and don't know if they were related to one-off windfalls or RBS (as it was then) just chose to pay nominal final/interim dividends and top them up on discretion with specials. Anyway, no clues in the financial report on the 19th about any specials so I guess we'll have to just see how 2021 pans out in terms of divis.
cassini
21/2/2021
05:45
Boris Johnson's love affair with Communist China Update: In 2020 the UK sent 71 million in foreign aid to China.. NIGEL FARAGE: A Communist takeover of our schools that Britain must end at once Not content with financing some British universities, we now learn that Chinese companies directly linked to the highest ranks of the Communist Party have serious financial interests in our schools. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-9282657/NIGEL-FARAGE-Communist-takeover-schools-Britain-end-once.html
johnwise
20/2/2021
19:37
neither have I Crazi BUT there are no MMs in this stock I think as I never see them on the level 2 tickets when placing my order direct into the market . Chart suggests 190 is now a minimum target but might retrace a few pence on monday after late selloff in USA .
arja
19/2/2021
14:06
I haven't touched AIM stocks now for donkeys years.
crazi
19/2/2021
13:52
Crazi: For me I tend to find everything is like AIM stocks apart from AIM stocks (Which for me, do nothing apart from go down).
netcurtains
19/2/2021
13:49
I have made a lot of money on NWG and as it's a relatively low day volume stock these MM's can swing the price on any given day by 5% which is a lot for a bank. They can manipulate it at will and treat it like an AIM stock (same as Lloyds). I think I have missed this round as I'm not chasing it... want to see where the new trading range falls. Next time :-)
crazi
19/2/2021
13:17
this might have helped . Fitch Affirms NatWest's Covered Bonds at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable 2021-02-19 12:05:21
arja
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