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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Royal Mail Plc RMG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.80 0.15% 533.20 16:35:26
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
535.20 524.80 535.20 533.20 532.40
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moorsie2: 600p would like like a chartist challenge for the last 8 years re RMG. Any chartists out there with an insightful opinion?
ben gunn: According to my fundamental metrics rmg could double again and still not be overpriced. Wish I had added more at the last dip.
careful: rmg share price behaving like Bitcoin. from 120p to almost 600p in just over 1 year.
wacko74: I may be wrong but I seem to recall the last time RMG were promoted to the 100 it had little to no impact on the share price?
moorsie2: With a 20p progressive dividend policy they are signalling an expected share price of 650 to 800.
careful: great results. to think this could be bought for 120p just over 1 year ago. RMG a 5 bagger. crazy markets.
lefrene: The money is in the parcel business, we are going to see more retail businesses open up in a couple of weeks, thus one would expect that more things will be purchased directly and the parcel business for all players to fall back a little bit. RMG is not in my experience the most efficient operator, I would expect it's competitors to respond more effectively if business tightens up a bit. If I had £5bn in my back pocket I think I could find something of better value than RMG to spend it on.
spagboll: I have to say I hope those Postmasters get shed loads of cash. Totally disgraceful how they were treated, a huge impact on them and their families which money is not enough to compensate them for. For me it shows how fundamentally flawed our legal system is, definately more guilty unless you can prove yourself innocent. Biased to those with money all of which I have recognised in my own attempts to get some justice, though far smaller scale than this case shows. Saying all that though I am a holder of RMG and no intention of selling at current prices. I was particularly pleased to see RMG make an agreement with the Unions early in lockdown and I think this will now allow the true value of the business to be shown.
lefrene: You seem determined to offer arguments that excuse protectionist behaviour of competitor countries that have postured as our friends whilst doing their level best to destroy our industry. Others do carry mail in the UK including DHL, they could deliver door to door but it's much cheaper to drop it off at RMG distribution centres for RMG to carry out the very expensive 'last mile'. A lot of mail contracted to the likes of DHL and UK Mail often gets carried by third party hauliers. A common source of mail is utility companies, where a single deck trailer can carry 250k letters for which the carrier will likely make £50k for a modest 300 mile round trip, but will only pay the subbie haulier £1k or less. I've seen it from both sides having in the past employed circa 200 drivers myself. The regulations re the workman were entirely bogus, since on the same site there were unqualified former East German workers. The real problem turned out to be that my brickies were several times faster than the German brickies, partly pure skill, and partly that German brickies quite literally cannot read plans and have to be directed by a foreman (whom they call an architect) every metre of the way. I solved the problem by setting up a new company and entering into a contracted price for the job, with my men on piece rates. You never saw a small block of eight flats get fired up so fast, the East Germans were pushed off the job for being too inefficient. It was following regulations to the letter that brought about the Grenfell tragedy. Over regulation breeds a certain type of lawyerism, where the reasons for regulations get kicked into the long grass in favour of 'meeting the words of the regs' whilst deliberately overlooking common sense. Oddly enough the culture of Royal Mail is exactly that, a civil service mentality that likes to tick boxes without questioning if it is relevant or helpful to what they are doing.
lefrene: Moorise2, I did contract work for RMG, and it was quite a bone of contention that RMG were not permitted to carry mail in Germany, only German nationals are allowed to carry German mail. I have also had the experience of taking British construction workers to Freiberg only to be told by the police that a permit would be required for each worker, who was obliged to produce documentary proofs of a 7 year apprenticeship which must be translated into German but only by a native German! The permit might then take 6 weeks to 6 months! I had to resort to 'technical devices' to get my men working. I had a similar experience in France which was solved with flattery and bribery. I have no illusions about how protectionism operates in France and Germany, I suspect much of the EU is the same, why do you think all those Polish plumbers and sparkies come to the UK, it's because we were true Europeans, and not protectionist racketeers bent on rooking our 'friends'.
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