Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc 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
  -2.70 -2.58% 101.75 101.95 102.10 107.05 101.20 103.95 25,723,609 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 14,253.0 423.2 26.0 3.9 12,306

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05/4/2020
11:25
Https://www.bloomberg.com/quote/BARC:LN Please do your own research as always.
qantas
04/4/2020
21:40
2 Funds With 9%+ Dividends Built For This Pullback These days, we’re hearing a lot of pundits pontificating about which way the markets will go. But let me suggest something none of them are talking about: What if stocks trade more or less flat for the next while? It’s a contrarian call, to be sure, but there’s reason to think markets may be, well, kind of quiet in the coming days or weeks. And there’s a way we can squeeze a big 9.2% income stream out of just that kind of market. The Flat-Market Theory I know what you’re thinking: how on earth could stocks just hold their breath while America is on lockdown, possibly for a long time to come? It’s important to remember why markets go up or down in the first place. They always go down when there’s more uncertainty, because there’s nothing markets hate more than uncertainty. On the other hand, when markets get bad news they already expected, they can go either up or down—and they usually don’t fall very far when they do drop. You can see this in every bear market in US history: the market finds its bottom before the bad news really starts rolling in, then settles into a new price channel as the news gets worse. https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelfoster/2020/04/04/2-funds-with-9-dividends-built-for-this-pullback/#5c32c0a47f85
stonedyou
04/4/2020
12:21
Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2020/04/01/will-no-tears-bosses-miss-bonuses/ Please do your own research as always.
qantas
04/4/2020
11:59
shares for your watchlist By Algy Hall & IC Companies Team http://bit.ly/38wNos7
sharethis
04/4/2020
11:08
Banking Competition Remedies Ltd (BCR) market update Banking Competition Remedies Ltd (BCR), the independent body established to implement the £775 million Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) State Aid Alternative Remedies Package, today issues updates regarding both the Capability and Innovation Fund and the Incentivised Switching Scheme. Capability and Innovation Fund (CIF) Updates Nationwide returns £50m grant The Alternative Remedies Package (ARP) that BCR is delivering includes in its processes an ability for awardees to revise their original business cases, subject to the approval of the BCR Board. Recently Metro Bank, due to changes in its strategy, proposed a Revised Business Case to BCR under which it would continue to deliver part of the original business case while returning £50m of the funding. This was approved by BCR and this funding is now available for redeployment under the CIF scheme. Nationwide has announced that due to the impact of COVID-19, including assumption changes to short and long-term interest rates, the option of entering the business banking market is no longer commercially viable. Its board has therefore decided not to proceed at this time with its Nationwide for Business proposition and its plans to turbo charge that proposition with the £50m CIF grant. BCR has accepted a Revised Business Case from Nationwide in line with the established process in which Nationwide will return, with interest, the full £50m grant awarded. This further funding will now also be available for redeployment under the CIF scheme. https://londonlovesbusiness.com/banking-competition-remedies-ltd-bcr-market-update/
stonedyou
03/4/2020
16:37
RBS Closing Price:101.75p
joe king1
03/4/2020
16:20
Mr Angry giving it large there.. Price could be in the 80's for years, unless RBS is FULLY Nationalised! That's a strong possibility
joe king1
03/4/2020
15:38
Not into the 90's yet? Come on the Bots.
joe king1
03/4/2020
12:21
No one on this planet can answer that
joe king1
03/4/2020
11:55
Tomorrow Labour elects its new leader. Oddschecker currently has Starmer at 1/33, with RLB at 33/1. The other two are both at 100/1. I've left it alone, there really hasn't been a sensible opportunity to bet on the outcome.
polar fox
03/4/2020
11:21
More interested where it will be in 1 year
spirito
03/4/2020
10:34
Morning. ;
avatar333
03/4/2020
10:30
Under 100p soon.
joe king1
03/4/2020
09:55
I can't see how it won't suffer. The corona situation in the US is dire. It will take other indexes with it.
tfergi
03/4/2020
09:28
tfergi3 years ago dow was similar price to todayFtse was 7200. US must give way.
gcom2
03/4/2020
09:22
The falls will come, the disruption from this is unprecedented. I left my entire portfolio untouched and there is no way I'm selling out now at huge losses. I have accepted that we are going to see some further lows, there is nothing I can do now so I just want the market to get on with it and get it out of the way. These index levels are ridiculous at the moment and I'm convinced a lot of it is luring investors In at these levels before the next big legs down.
tfergi
03/4/2020
09:11
Given that UK Gilts yields are at record lows, the cost of selling Gilts is a fraction of the cost of selling Gilts prior to the global financial crisis. This pandemic will ensure that Gilt yields remain at record lows for a generation. So it does not really matter how much the UK Govt borrows.
leedskier
03/4/2020
09:07
buywell has 1500m on the DOW is that funny too ? RBS 99p this pm anyone ?
buywell3
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