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
  -0.30p -0.11% 273.30p 273.00p 273.30p 274.00p 272.30p 273.20p 147,679 08:15:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 12,590.0 -4,082.0 -59.5 - 32,315.16

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20/11/2017
17:41
Kate McCann, senior political correspondent 20 NOVEMBER 2017 • 5:16PM Theresa May's policy chief has stepped down just days ahead of the Budget as he warned the party does not have a "coherent economic programme". George Freeman called for Chairman Patrick McLoughlin to be replaced and demanded a major shake up to stop the Tories from becoming known as the party of "nostalgia, hard Brexit, austerity and lazy privilege". He added that an "ambitious" programme of party reform was needed to reconnect with younger voters in the wake of the Tories' "ill-conceived" general election campaign. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/11/20/prime-ministers-policy-chief-resigns-days-ahead-budget-warns/
leedskier
20/11/2017
13:09
Political chaos in Germany over the weekend. As a result BTD because the Central banks will ensure you can't lose
dope007
20/11/2017
13:08
presumably the home office require translators to ensure proper registration? if however foreign nationals are doing the actual registration as the article alludes towards the end, then that would be surely laughable, not least the many implications that presents on transparent process and eligibility requirements to actually do so, not mentioned...
ramco
20/11/2017
11:41
where is this damn DoJ fine! must be a big fight going on!
cfc1
16/11/2017
09:54
At east the "bloodless" Zimbabwe coup was quick. the German bloodless coup of Europe has took 30 years
dope007
15/11/2017
19:57
Keep chipping away leeds, you never know.
maxk
15/11/2017
18:52
I see there has been a bloodless coup. Surprising I thought these occasions were usually celebrated by heads being placed on spikes. Perhaps the new President for Life Field Marshall Boris Johnson VC and Bar, wants to be sure that the Army has total control before dispatching his opponents to the Tower for summary execution. The US Government was asked for advice by tourists present in the UK about what steps they should take to protect themselves. The reply was "Do not worry Boris is an American by birth and has tweeted the POTUS, that it is only the remainers named and shamed as enemies of the people in the Telegraph who are of interest to him. All Americans with the exception of Michael Bloomberg, are safe".
leedskier
15/11/2017
13:53
Dope 007 LOL!!!!
cfc1
15/11/2017
13:46
Nick Clegg is a God!!!
dope007
14/11/2017
19:43
lols maxk as always your views with a deft maturity and humour are most witty..;) PS EU financials currently are as wobbly as he is...;)
ramco
14/11/2017
18:46
Everything, but everything that's going wrong is down to brexit. I know this to be true, Nick Clegg told us so.
maxk
14/11/2017
18:39
you misread...obviously English not a strong point...:) no one is saying it is down to brexit...although trepidation by those not voting out to spend may you may agree play a factor... also October sales are reporting across the retail space and given this is a service economy must elicit some concern... PS as for Avatars views they are entirely his prerogative..and was not voicing a view on them omly given the importance of the sector he reported avidly including the effects of the weather on them, which was a timely heads up on the events in the retail space for me...so was more asking after him...
ramco
14/11/2017
12:22
the tragic and rapid loss of employment in that sector and very concerning October sales not in line with his views on brexit utopia The problems with bricks and mortar retail are down to Brexit, not the emergence of a cheaper alternative with a wider selection? These people are unbelievable.
grahamite2
14/11/2017
11:31
Nothing to worry about I a sure.... http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-13/uk-litigation-cases-defaulted-consumer-debts-soar-beyond-2008-levels
dope007
13/11/2017
12:47
There needs to be a full accounting of how the claimants funds have been spent. Including those donated to the AG.
m1k3y1
13/11/2017
12:26
Hopefully the Mail on Sunday will do a piece if the Action Group keep the shareholders' fees !
chinese investor
12/11/2017
22:32
Agree with you Barmiddleton about contacting Signature. Found them to be very helpful. The more claimants that contact them the better. Here's hoping that the Journo's dig deeper !
m1k3y1
12/11/2017
22:02
Thanks CI, as I say any national exposure can only help our cause. BTW, I'm with m1k3y1 in that I believe you can only claim for shares bought in the Rights Issue. m1k3y1, don't think I'm brave talking to the Mail at all. I don't read the newspaper myself but there are a lot worse publications out there than them. Anyway, as I have said, any national exposure is good. More the merrier, and, as Ive said in previous posts here, the more claimants kick up a fuss about the Action Group the better. To do this we should all be writing to Signature Litigation about our concerns as I have done. They are basically the white knights in this sorry saga and the more support they get from us claimants/AG members the better.
barmiddleton
12/11/2017
15:22
The lawyers at Signature will clarify for you, I am sure.
m1k3y1
12/11/2017
15:22
Chinese You can only claim for the number of shares you subscribed for in the Rights Issue take up, as far as I am aware.
m1k3y1
12/11/2017
15:12
I have claimed for 3,966. I wonder whether I should have claimed more - i.e. should I have included the number of my RBS holding (i.e. 2,400) ?
chinese investor
12/11/2017
15:07
On 29 February 2008 I bought 1,200 RBS at 397.25p for £4,803.34 On 21 April 2008 I added 1,200 RBS at 395.44p for £4,781.51 I took up my Rights 1,466 at 200.00p for £2,932.00 (Rights Issue 11 for 18) On 21 May 2008 I bought Extra Rights (Fully Paid) 2,500 at 40.45p for £1,028.81 When these lapsed I bought the Rights at 200.00p for £5,000.00
chinese investor
12/11/2017
14:47
It was the lead article in the printed version of the Mail on Sunday. Well done Barry !
chinese investor
12/11/2017
14:44
Brave of you talking to the Mail . It's an awful paper but I have to say, I am glad that this information is getting out. Maybe other Journalists will pick it up and do some research on it . Who knows what else they will find that us claimants haven't been told !
m1k3y1
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