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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.21% 192.70 1,222,319 10:38:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
192.65 192.75 193.95 191.85 192.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 10,796.00 -434.00 -6.20 22,307
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:38:12 O 605 192.70 GBX

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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 192.30p.
Natwest Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 189.50p and a 12 week average price of 145.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 201p while the 1 year low share price is currently 90.54p.
There are currently 11,575,835,427 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,156,115 shares. The market capitalisation of Natwest Group Plc is £22,306,634,867.83.
pawsche: @delphiman22 Apr '21 - 09:12 - 876 Pawsche20 Mar '21 - 13:48 - 840 of 875. Doesnt the share buy back increase the price due to less shares been out there in the market place ? In theory it should... However, in none of the shares that I have personal experience of buy-backs has it made the slightest difference. Certainly not as useful to a private shareholder as a special dividend (or just an increase of the normal div). Only "advantage" that I can see for a buy-back is it generates lots of lovely fees and commissions for their mates in the city.
delphiman: bring on the buy backs, this share was £7 before it sank to the lows of 7p when it rose to 17p they did a multiply x 10 making it £1.70, that puts the original price at £70 in comparison. so in terms of loss this share was £70 and is now £1.92 as like for like, they did issue more shares, but they are buying them back now, this share is worth around £35 after all the sell offs they have had to make to comply with the agreement of bailout, but then over 10 years equity normally doubles, putting it back at £70. If you follow the theory, I know there is a lot more involved but a price of £1.92 is absolutely nothing to where it really should be. Anyone buying now is still going to make lots of money and the bank is buying its own stock back at less than half the price it sold it, what a good move, its like they got paid to take a loan, look at all the dividend money they save on that. The government had preferential shares which meant , they got a dividend when no-one else did all the time from day one. The government has had its money back with interest, so the tax payer didn't lose out, but wait yes we did as the government kept this and didn't give us anything even though we footed the bill. if there is anyone here not doing justice to the public its the government keeping our money and wait for it, covid is also the perfect excuse for the tax hike they were going to do, so they got behind that and will now blame that and not them for screwing up the economy.
delphiman: "The bank said it intends to cancel 390.7mln or two-thirds of the shares acquired with the remaining 200mln to be held as treasury shares to give flexibility in areas such as employee share plans." This means the share price is worth more as value of company is the same divided by less shares equals higher value of each share.
pawsche: I've personally never been involved in a company share buyback that's done anything material for the share price. If companies have loads of spare cash they should pay a special dividend - then everybody gets some benefit. Buy-backs just benefit their mates in the institutions who pick up a shedload of fees while the ordinary investor gets toss-all.
hamhamham1: Share price should double from here just based upon the same buyback approach for remaining gov shares, add the banking sector general increase and I have a 600-700p target in 5 years.
hamhamham1: Today's buyback and cancel should equate to approx a 3% share price rise IMO.
hamhamham1: NWG are removing a lot of the buy back shares from circulation, so this should instantly boost share price. "NWG intends to cancel 390,730,325 of the purchased Ordinary Shares and hold the remaining 200,000,000 Ordinary Shares in treasury." And Lloyds will buy back on open market and remove them, causing a same reaction.
hamhamham1: NWG buyback continues, I expect Lloyds to do the same soon (but not from the gov) NatWest Group plc 19 March 2021 Off-market purchase of 590,730,325 ordinary shares from Her Majesty's Treasury ("HM Treasury") NatWest Group plc (the "Company" or "NWG") has agreed with HM Treasury to make an off-market purchase (the "Off-Market Purchase") for the total consideration of £1,125,341,269 for 590,730,325 ordinary shares in the Company with a nominal value of £1 each ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 190.50 pence per Ordinary Share, being yesterday's closing price of the Ordinary Shares on the London Stock Exchange.
crazi: The last I remember was that they were "mainly" considering selling their "distressed loan book" in the Republic of Ireland (EU). That would probably be a positive affect on the share price. How positive would depend I suppose on what price they get on the £...
delphiman: 2019 profits was over 4Bn so 1.8Bn loss provision is already factored into the lower share price (compared to 2019 share price). What I don't understand is how share price was much higher 5 years ago when the company was making larges losses! With p/e ratio of under 5 (lower than piers with lower bad debts), I expect things to improve in long term
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