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
  +0.00p +0.00% 292.40p 293.50p 293.70p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 13,133.0 2,239.0 6.3 46.4 34,992.94

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21/5/2018
13:22
Jazza. wherefore art though Jazza..here comes Italy...;) what a board this has become...US is the cleanest dirty shirt US 5yr now presenting better yields than most countries 10year...EMs imploding etc and not even a mention....because? some fool requires all to keep their eyes tunneled on a few pennies..;)
ramco
21/5/2018
10:52
CI , the accounts really don't tell you very much at all. never seen accounts filed with so little information.
m1k3y1
21/5/2018
10:28
According to their last annual accounts members' funds went from just under £3 million to £560,000. I expect there won't be much of that left !
chinese investor
21/5/2018
09:28
Analysts continue to respond to latest developments - today's dividend consensus is 7.27p, up from last week's 6.65p and the low of 5.41p pre-DoJ RNS. Next year up a shade too at 13.40p.
polar fox
21/5/2018
08:45
"considering restarting dividends on a scale that would make it one of Britain’s most generous payers " would have thought this would move up more with The Times saying that?
gcom2
21/5/2018
07:00
Done well with RBS but moving 10% of my stock over to WEB(webis) Relaxed US gaming laws have opened up a trillion dollar market webis are perfectly POISED to take advantage 10 bagger or huge takeover target end quarter
craigo121
21/5/2018
06:45
Yes +48 at 7826, was the 6.00am call.
leedskier
20/5/2018
23:48
BTW, m1k I really hope you do the same as I did, and hopefully CI and others too, as I really believe us individuals need to stand up and be counted. Numbers do count!!!
barmiddleton
20/5/2018
23:39
Personally, I don't think it matters a jot whether the AG produces annual accounts or not, as even if they do they'll not disclose any information of any interest whatsoever. The Accounts would certainly not let us know where all our (members/claimants) contributions have been spent or indeed how much has been collected over the years. I still think Signature is our our best bet to find the answers to all these questions and once they have subdued the AG (and they will!!), they will then go for the proverbial jugular with this organisation and the power behind it (aka Gerard Walsh). The AG (Walsh) is now floundering like a fish out of water, incurring huge debts that it will never be able to repay, thank goodness we have Signature and Manx looking after our interests.
barmiddleton
20/5/2018
20:22
As for the Accounts, any bets they will be a late submission, or maybe they will even close the company ?
m1k3y1
20/5/2018
20:15
Thank you Bar, I'll look into doing the same. Interesting find CI ! This could be worrying. Maybe they are trying to eliminate any information that might be useful to an investigation ?
m1k3y1
20/5/2018
20:03
The "Action Group" have closed their website. http://www.rbosaction.org Will they produce Annual Accounts (due May 2018) ?
chinese investor
20/5/2018
19:35
Well, I've, as they say, put my money where my mouth is, and now made a formal complaint to the fraud office. I did this online on the website previously given to me. I understand what you are saying m1k, and I do agree, but I still think we, as individuals have to stand up and be counted in this ongoing saga and not just rely on the principals to do what's necessary. I was reading Signature's last communication again and in their Q&A section they indicated that there may well be a criminal complaint forthcoming but that matters were in a delicate situation at the present time (check it out). My view is we, as the "wronged" should be making our concerns known to the appropriate authorities ourselves. With this in mind, and referring to William Turvill"s article today in the Mail on Sunday, I am going to make a formal complaint to my MP at his next constituency surgery. In other words, the "silent majority" will never get anywhere!
barmiddleton
20/5/2018
10:26
Excellent CI, thank you . Let's hope an official investigation is commenced asap.
m1k3y1
20/5/2018
07:03
By William Turvill, Financial Mail On Sunday "Several MPs including Kevin Hollinrake and Julia Lopez have thrown their weight behind calls for an investigation into a group set up to sue Royal Bank of Scotland. The demands follow Mail on Sunday scrutiny of the RBoS Shareholders Action Group, which has already been brought to the attention of the Ministry of Justice. Lib Dem Norman Lamb has asked Justice Secretary David Gauke to look into the group, which he feels should be regulated. Now a number of other MPs have backed the campaign including Hollinrake, a Conservative MP who co-chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group on Fair Business Banking alongside Lamb. The Mail on Sunday has also learned that Lopez, Tory MP for Hornchurch and Upminster, last week wrote to Gauke on the matter after a constituent raised concerns. And Labour’s Steve Pound has written to Nicky Morgan, the chair of the Treasury Select Committee. Lamb called for an urgent inquiry into the group after a seven-month Mail on Sunday investigation into a fraudster at the company. Gerard Walsh, who has been described as a fraudster by a civil court, is trying to claim £3.75 million out of a £200 million settlement shareholders agreed with RBS last summer. Investors have only been paid around £25 million so far as a legal battle is waged between the action group and Manx Capital, the investment vehicle of Trevor Hemmings which took control of the mass legal claim shortly before the £200 million agreement. Hollinrake said last night: ‘Clearly Gerard Walsh is unregulated, the action group is unregulated, and, despite this huge settlement being secured by the shareholders, a very small fraction of that has been paid out so far.’"
chinese investor
19/5/2018
20:00
INVESTMENT EXTRA: A decade on from the financial crisis, can RBS find favour with investors again? http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-5746039/INVESTMENT-EXTRA-Royal-Bank-Scotland-favour-investors-again.html
smurfy2001
19/5/2018
10:02
Are rbs traders on here aware that the ESMA rules will kick in some time in July? You will likely need 5x more margin on Uk blue chips.
gcom2
18/5/2018
16:00
Suit yourself polar was only trying to give you my view but you clearly took offence over nothing
raffles the gentleman thug
18/5/2018
15:54
it is farcical - RBS back in profit, major hurdles out of the way EVEN did talk and now sell off......f me this should be flying on the way to £5!! its equ of 29p!!!
cfc1
18/5/2018
15:29
Actually, I report the consensus not because I characterize it as important, but more to assist the general understanding. I don't agree "that most analysts are simply clueless" - there is a touch of arrogance in that comment that I don't like. They are often blindsided by management/events - for example, Lloyds suddenly deciding to divert dividend cash into a buyback, with almost no prior guidance. Finally, I'm not aware that anyone has associated the element of fear with a possible placing, other than you.
polar fox
18/5/2018
14:39
As for the placement polar I don't think this is something we should fear but welcome instead. Institutions will already been cynically underweight this and there will be an index weighting effect requiring them to buy the shares.
raffles the gentleman thug
18/5/2018
14:35
Hi polar - I know you find dividend consensus important for the banks but I think most analysts are simply clueless. I just think we have a black and white case of a chronically over capitalised bank which is only going to continue to retrench and reduce RWAs meaning a big return of capital is inevitable. Management will frankly look stupid if they chose to run a CET1 over and above that of LLoyds more than prudent 14% level - so it's really just a duration call in when we get the money back which in the immediate term is 20p plus and probably closer to 23/24p after the Saudi news. Ordinarily that should reduce the volatility of the shares significantly but also not a Friday afternoon before the Royal Wedding
raffles the gentleman thug
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