Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Natwest Group Plc LSE:NWG London Ordinary Share GB00BM8PJY71 ORD 107.69P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 0.03% 308.60 22,977,183 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
308.90 309.10 309.20 303.40 306.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 10,512.00 4,032.00 25.40 12.1 32,113
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:05 O 10,600 308.386 GBX

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Posted at 30/1/2023 08:20 by Natwest Daily Update
Natwest Group Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NWG. The last closing price for Natwest was 308.50p.
Natwest Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 265.70p and a 12 week average price of 235.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 309.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 196.91p.
There are currently 10,406,139,601 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,817,793 shares. The market capitalisation of Natwest Group Plc is £32,113,346,808.69.
Posted at 25/1/2023 20:28 by smurfy2001
Goldman Sachs raises NatWest price target to 490 (460) pence - 'conviction buy list'

Goldman Sachs raises Barclays price target to 280 (255) pence - 'buy'

Goldman Sachs raises Lloyds Banking price target to 76 (73) pence - 'buy'

Posted at 13/1/2023 09:27 by smurfy2001
This is near 30p old money. That's the crazy thing and doesn't take into account the buybacks and share consolidation.
Posted at 13/1/2023 08:53 by delphiman
This is a very cheap price when before the 10 x multiplier it was £7 a share making it £70
and the shake up restructure could make that now equivalent to £35 and the fact its been around 15 years so equity should double, means the price as before on this would still be around £70 a share, now that's not going to happen well not over night, but the interest rates rises and they will go up again as the economy proved to be still growing from todays figures only leads to massive bank profits.

Posted at 05/1/2023 15:27 by chinese investor
..but do I ?

Chinese Investor (NWG) 29 Jul 2022 - 07:10:23
I'm gonna sell at 280p !

Posted at 29/12/2022 01:53 by smurfy2001
By Roland Head. I think FTSE 100 bank stock NatWest Group (LSE: NWG) offers investors the opportunity to profit from strong earnings growth and a market-beating dividend yield.

Rising interest rates are providing a long-awaited boost to the bank’s profits. NatWest’s net interest income rose by £771m to £2,640m during the third quarter. This helped to increase underlying profits for the period by 76% to £1,333m.

One risk is that late payments on mortgages and other loans could rise next year if the UK economy continues to slow. NatWest set aside an extra £247m to cover possible future losses during the third quarter, but management say there’s no sign of any repayment problems yet.

Broker forecasts suggest earnings will rise by a further 31% in 2023. Despite this strong outlook, the stock currently trades on just six times 2023 earnings with a dividend yield of 6.1%. I see NatWest as one of the best stocks to buy for 2023.

Posted at 31/10/2022 08:08 by smurfy2001
Share price moves makes one dizzy 😵

Gcom2, great news. I guess the kitchen sinking worked.


Posted at 24/9/2022 12:56 by hllpri
I suspect that something fishy is going on with the Nat West share price.
Yesterday can only be described as a day of disaster for the share price.
Most shares in the Market tumbled but Nat West's fall outstripped the majority.

You would expect that with such a significant fall that there was a large number of sellers eager to make a disposal at any price. If you look at the total transactions, the opposite is true. 40 million shares were bought whilst only 10 million shares were sold. The timing of the aquisitions also shows it is not true that a large majority of the 40 million shares were bought in the first two hours of dealing since both the timing of acquisitions and disposals were relatively similar throughout the day.

If the objective of this was to spook some short term holders into selling, this could well happen on Monday since some short term stop losses are likely to have been breached.
Since this is the largest shareholding in my portfolio, I intend to continue holding
since the shares have an attractive yield allied to the fact that a period of inflation always generates additional profits for banks. The dealing spread between lending and borrowing is more pronounced in the banks favour during such a period.

Posted at 27/8/2022 21:24 by ramlamb
polar fox, you seem to be forgetting the maths of the consolidation, there will be less shares in circulation on 30th August so the impact of the special dividend to the share price should be negligible.
If the share price falls as you suggest with a 14th less shares in circulation that is one hell of a hit to the stock value of NWG.

Posted at 27/8/2022 19:50 by polar fox
As we all know, when the market re-opens on Tuesday, NWG's share price will be marked down by the amount of the special, 16.8p, or thereabouts. It will immediately give rise to a bearish island reversal pattern - if you're not up to speed on that bit of TA, just google it and read the description by Investopedia.

In NWG's case, we have a gap up at the end of July, from 230p to an eventual close of 248.6p. On Tuesday, we're talking about a gap down from yesterday's 250.90p, perhaps to the 234-239 range?? That will leave all of August's trading as an 'island', separated on the bar chart by gaps at either end. That is very much a bearish signal, although how bearish will depend on the market's follow-through, or not, of course. The price action from Tuesday morning on will be worth close monitoring, therefore.

The Dow dropped over 1,000 pts yesterday, but NY will be trading as usual on Monday, so that will influence sentiment in London on Tuesday.

Posted at 29/7/2022 09:18 by smurfy2001
Natwest 'awash with cash' but challenges are 'on the near horizon'
Head of markets at interactive investor Richard Hunter:

'NatWest’s continued progress has left the bank awash with cash, which has resulted in a bumper return for shareholders.

'The interim dividend increase takes the ordinary projected yield to 4.8%, and with the special dividend of 16.8 per share, the yield is turbocharged to around 12%. In addition, the bank intends to continue this elevated level of returns while not discounting further share buybacks or even acquisition opportunities should they arise.

'Coupled with the intention further to reduce the government stake of 48%, there is much demand on the bank’s capital, which it is comfortably able to provide at these levels.

'Quite apart from the strength of the capital position, NatWest has also distanced itself from its peers by announcing a net release of £18 million for the half-year (or £46 million in the so-called “Go-Forward Group”), at a time when the other UK banks are returning to impairment provisions given a weakening economic outlook. NatWest, for its part, maintains that there are no emerging signs of stress among its customers, who are generally continuing to build individual war chests ahead of what could be a tough winter.

'At the same time, loan growth of 2.6% to £9 billion has been largely propelled by further growth in retail mortgages, despite headlines which might have been suggesting otherwise over recent months. Alongside a generally rising interest rate environment, traditionally positive for the banks, the Net Interest Margin has made more progress and currently stands at 2.72%, up from 2.46% in the previous quarter.

'Amid all the progress, there are some challenges on the near horizon, not least of which is the potential for further UK economic deterioration. NatWest remains committed to keeping close to any worsening trends, however, and in the meantime continues to increase prudent lending against the backdrop of a robust balance sheet. The government stake will continue to overhang the shares, although the direction of travel is becoming established in reducing the 48% holding further.

'The elements which have differentiated NatWest from its peers have also been reflected in a uniquely positive share price performance, as evidenced by numbers which have clearly delighted investors. Even prior to today’s surge, the price had risen by 14% over the last year, as compared to a gain of 3.8% for the wider FTSE100. Nor has this return diminished investor appetite, with the market consensus of the shares not only remaining at a strong buy but also maintaining the position of NatWest as the preferred play in the sector.'

Natwest share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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