Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Bank Of Scotland LSE:RBS 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
  +2.50p +0.85% 297.30p 296.90p 297.10p 297.80p 294.10p 295.50p 6,552,189 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 12,590.0 -4,082.0 -59.5 - 35,152.94

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18/1/2018
20:23
Meanwhile in London.. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42739680 Labour MP Clive Lewis said: "The cost of this is immeasurable, but we believe it to be in the tens of billions. So let's be clear here. This is the potential size of the injustice that has taken place in our country. If it is this big, it may be the largest theft anywhere, ever." M'learned friends will no doubt take an interest..
maxk
18/1/2018
14:22
Meanwhile in Germany  13,238.77 +54.81 (0.42%)
leedskier
18/1/2018
14:20
7,685.17 -40.26 (-0.52%) Sell off in utilities and retailers is the spin, in which case there must be concern about future earnings in those sectors.
leedskier
18/1/2018
13:04
Thanks Trev 7,691.07 -34.36 (-0.44%)
leedskier
18/1/2018
12:41
FTSE100 to end down for a third day? Already done that leeds, today will be the fourth.
trev1223
18/1/2018
11:08
7,697.17 -28.26 (-0.37%)
leedskier
18/1/2018
08:30
FTSE100 to end down for a third day?
leedskier
18/1/2018
08:30
 7,714.10 -11.33 (-0.15%)
leedskier
18/1/2018
08:12
dow up 322 points ftse up 8 points sums it all up really
gcom2
17/1/2018
23:26
I was surprised to hear David Buik retiring at 73! Well i'm retiring at 49 no way am l working past that!
smurfy2001
17/1/2018
22:05
as a tennis player once said, 'you can't be serious'. jacob Rees-Mogg is a toff who would hand Labour a landslide at the next election.
careful
17/1/2018
21:29
From the ashes, a nu champion arises.. As the Brexiteers' tribune, Jacob Rees-Mogg could be Tory kingmaker, if not king himself By Asa Bennett 17 January 2018 • 11:45am Chairing the European Research Group may not sound glamorous, but it gets you places in the Conservative party. The man who made the ERG's name as a crack team of Brexiteers ready to march through the voting lobbies to take Britain one step closer to fully leaving the European Union, Steve Baker, entered Government last year. His successor, Suella Fernandes, joined him this month. At this rate, their successor Jacob Rees-Mogg will be in office by Christmas. He will be no stranger to speculation about his future career trajectory, given the "Moggmentum" craze he started off. Those who thought it had peaked during last year's Conservative party conference will need to think again, as his takeover of the ERG will ensure it returns with a vengeance. Mr Rees-Mogg now has the ideal pulpit from which to preach his robust pro-Brexit message. "I want us to leave the EU — heart, soul and mind,” More if you sign up: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/01/17/brexiteers-tribune-jacob-rees-mogg-could-tory-kingmaker-not/
maxk
17/1/2018
20:53
Amazed how swept up in the current euphoria most people are. How soon we forget the big crashes of 2000-2003 and 2007-2009.
careful
17/1/2018
20:50
He is retiring. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=312&v=0eWf0fTGE2M
leedskier
17/1/2018
20:45
David Buik reckons a 15% fall in the markets during 2018.
sux_2bu
17/1/2018
20:30
When will the Fed put up interest rates and let this dangerous asset bubble down.? Trashing the currency will cause disaster in the long term. Hyper inflation in asset prices only. A rich mans policy as Buffett said recently. The measure of inflation, with cheap labour, cheap money and automation is wrong.
careful
17/1/2018
20:01
New York taking the night off last night -- though not today -- was a gift for the City. That is two back to back days London has faltered. add RBS was the biggest FTSE100 faller today.
leedskier
17/1/2018
18:26
300p failed yet again. Just can’t get it’s leg over 😂
smurfy2001
17/1/2018
16:49
"Let Customers Hang Themselves:’ RBS Memo Fuels Lending Scandal" https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-17/-let-customers-hang-themselves-rbs-memo-fuels-lending-scandal
irish_neris
17/1/2018
10:59
fact is that govt CANT do ANYTHING themselves! We assume the civil service employs great people - THEY DONT. ...Very few of them would get offered jobs in private sector. Corillian should have worked away from bad T&Cs.....gov't has a habit of trying to screw suppliers.
cfc1
17/1/2018
09:52
A decent article from Moonboot, nail on the head! The PFI bosses fleeced us all. Now watch them walk away When contracts fail, the legal priority is still to pay firms like Carillion. Money is officially more valuable than life George Monbiot Tue 16 Jan 2018 18.45 GMT Again the “inefficient” state mops up the disasters caused by “efficient” private companies. Just as the army had to step in when G4S failed to provide security for the London 2012 Olympics, and the Treasury had to rescue the banks, the collapse of Carillion means that the fire service must stand by to deliver school meals. Two hospitals, both urgently needed, that Carillion was supposed to be constructing, the Midland Metropolitan and the Royal Liverpool, are left in half-built limbo, awaiting state intervention. Another 450 contracts between Carillion and the state must be untangled, resolved and perhaps rescued by the government. When you examine the claims made for the efficiency of the private sector, you soon discover that they boil down to the transfer of risk. Value for money hangs on the idea that companies shoulder risks the state would otherwise carry. But in cases like this, even when the company takes the first hit, the risk ultimately returns to the government. In these situations, the very notion of risk transfer is questionable. Nowhere is it more dubious than when applied to the private finance initiative projects in which Carillion specialised. The PFI was invented by John Major’s Conservative government, but greatly expanded by Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Private companies finance and deliver public services that governments would otherwise have provided. The government claimed that the private sector, being more efficient, would provide services more cheaply than the private sector. PFI projects, Blair and Brown promised, would go ahead only if they proved to be cheaper than the “public sector comparator”. More: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/16/pfi-bosses-carillion-money-george-monbiot
maxk
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