Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Mail Plc LSE:RMG London Ordinary Share GB00BDVZYZ77 Royal Mail Plc
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.70p -0.18% 399.10p 399.10p 399.30p 401.80p 395.50p 401.60p 3,121,614 15:33:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 9,776.0 335.0 27.5 14.5 3,991.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2017
12:20
For relegation place
action
20/7/2017
12:20
Competing with BAB now 842 p
action
20/7/2017
11:08
if 390p does come, then RMG could be relegated from the FTSE100.
careful
20/7/2017
10:47
Thanks sr2
action
20/7/2017
10:45
not so tempting when shorters are marauding.patience required.390p will come.
sr2day
20/7/2017
10:38
Very tempting as near year low.
action
20/7/2017
08:49
Golman Sachs reduced target price to 510p from 530p yesterday. cited union demands.
careful
20/7/2017
08:38
20 Jul 2017 Shareholder/Annual Meetings Annual General Meeting
scamper
19/7/2017
18:27
Me too! Germany love the EU because the €Euro makes their exports cheap compared to if they still had the Mark. We dodged a bullet by not join the Euro. All the current remainders wanted to join the Euro e.g. Blair, Mandelson, Clark etc
bluelynx
19/7/2017
17:59
Thanks, I'm part German :-)
oiht
19/7/2017
17:26
Germany refers to uk as 'treasure island'? where do you read that guff. who said it, out of the tens of millions. Germany is a country not an individual. Like us there are millions of different opinions.
careful
19/7/2017
17:19
Germany refer to the UK as 'treasure island' - can't think why?Anyway, best stick to RMG here - see you over on the EU in/out thread.
oiht
19/7/2017
15:54
Oiht , you would think so , but where is the movement sufficient enough for them to vote out ? Its not happening , they may sit back and watch what happens with us , which is why EU central will ensure our deal is bad , they can all just about manage losing a bit of business each with us , we can not stand losing all our business with them at once , there is our problem .
holts
19/7/2017
12:03
The last 40 years have been built on masses of Debt, pay back time is very soon.
bluelynx
19/7/2017
11:57
I'm sure Spaniards, Italians, Portuguese, and especially the Greeks agree with you Careful.
oiht
19/7/2017
11:53
The EU drew has worked very well for the U.K. over the last 40 years. U.K. was in a mess and was lucky to get in on the deal we got. We still have our own Central Bank and currency. Read about when we had to beg to the IMF for a loan. Hosptals wards closed, jobs lost, almost bankrupt. These last 40 years have been a golden era of prosperity.
careful
19/7/2017
11:38
Yump I voted to leave the EU and would happily do so again, the EU will be a total car-crash and will eventually collapse if we are in or out. There will be a recession soon but it will be much worse for the UK if we are still in the EU. Europe is great but the EU dream is not workable.
bluelynx
19/7/2017
10:59
Maybe the union members will reject the call for a strike. They have good well paid jobs, especially after various overtime payments, and will retain a decent competitive pension going forward. A strike will cost them dear, maybe even their jobs in many cases. We all want them to be well paid, but if they are nor realistic they will destroy the company. The money a postal worker earns, and best of luck to them, is the year end number on their p60 tax form. Same will nurses. Look at the P.60. On average they do very well.
careful
19/7/2017
10:46
Rmg are between a rock and a hard place. Cwu dont accept the pension changes and will ballot for strike action in september imho. So rmg can cave in to union demands which will reduce profits or they can lose business due to strikes which will reduce profits. Thats the choice. Damage limitation.
encarter
19/7/2017
10:00
You're correct Yump, we're importing people just at the point where they're not going to be needed. Disastrous politics.
oiht
19/7/2017
09:54
Sr2day Many thanks
action
19/7/2017
09:53
Its about time the public were told the truth by politicians: You don't 'deserve' anything. (Addressed to the people who think they do, just for existing). The recovery was a jobless recovery. The 'new' jobs on average earn less than the old ones and that trend will only continue because you can't keep upgrading people's jobs through training, because they are moving up a triangle that is narrowing. Sooner or later the top jobs will also get automated and squeezed. Ignore what the excitable robot enthusiasts say about upskilling and change of job specifications. They are in their own bubble. Until they realise that they themselves are replaceable and that will be in the next 20 years at most, not the next 100.
yump
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