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
  +0.00p +0.00% 579.80p 580.00p 580.40p - - - 0 06:40:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 9,776.0 335.0 27.5 21.1 5,798.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2018
20:55
Chart looking very strong, re-trace tested and passed, even went on to set new 4-year high.
exotic
20/4/2018
15:32
Sorry to see M Green go , she has done a good job on a sticky wicket .
holts
05/4/2018
14:30
I got out at 541 yesterday. Looking like a mistake now but last autumn cast a heavy shadow for me.
grahamite2
29/3/2018
11:37
That caveat may well influence their behaviour, but if they were not so inept and wasteful they wouldn't have to keep raising their prices, indeed they could reduce them and make themselves very popular with the current party in power.
lefrene
28/3/2018
20:12
Non of that matters really. They have an agreement with the regulator that allows them to make between 5 and 10 percent profit. If profits fall outside of the agreement then the rules are adjusted.
encarter
28/3/2018
17:24
Certainly Oiht, but alas this is a 'civil service' mentality, it won't happen unless it's bought out and consequently a major culture change instituted. As just one instance of the lunacy:- an artic got itself stuck in a small lane about 5 years ago, it took two huge cranes and a whole weekend to bodily lift the thing up and turn it around to extricate it. Apparently the bill was circa £45,000, the driver of the truck had faithfully followed the destination map that he had been given, the map had a vital set of traffic lights missing! A map that I had several times pointed out was dangerously inaccurate, and I predicted what was likely to happen. They had been warned of the likelihood, but when I altered the map to include the missing set of lights, I was told that I had no right to do that, only management were allowed to alter maps, and they did not see fit to change it. So far so good, non driving management override information from the real world, just like being in the Army. The 'lunacy' bit comes in, when following this very expensive operation of retrieving the stuck truck, they solved the problem by sacking the driver, but continued to issue that very same highly misleading map!! That is the sort of mindset that you are up against, it still operates like a government department.
lefrene
28/3/2018
17:15
Yes massive and the new deal will pave the way.
encarter
28/3/2018
16:39
Plenty of scope for cost savings then.
oiht
28/3/2018
14:07
'normal' so that's running empty trucks for hundreds of miles because they can't be bothered to ring the destination depot to see if they really do need the vehicle! It's more like the NHS than one would think, blind adherence to 'orders' without the least commercial common sense, and no personal penalties for wasted mileage. Yes I have done jobs for RM, 450 mile round trips empty, and they won't ring the other depot when you suggest that it might be a good idea. That has happened several times, it's rather revealing about the job'sworth mindset of the company. But given their monopoly they will likely continue to make profits.
lefrene
28/3/2018
13:57
It's a yes vote. Everything is sorted and back to normal now.
encarter
27/3/2018
20:44
Lol Who would buy shares in the NHS ? Wouldn't be at the top of my list
ignoble
27/3/2018
14:00
Shouldn't have been privatised in the first place. NHS next.
europa79
23/3/2018
08:56
News on the 28th
encarter
19/3/2018
08:11
The Marx Bros may have RMG in their sights if they get their slippery hands on the seats of power: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/03/18/corbyns-nationalisation-plans-will-trigger-legal-war-investors/
bartram
16/3/2018
12:56
Always worth reminding the fundamentals here: Market Cap: 5.2BN Debt: £338M Profit before transformation costs - £680M.
jimmywilson612
16/3/2018
12:03
Nothing goes up in a straight line. It is hardly surprising there has been a bit of profit taking after such a meteoric rise.
grahamite2
15/3/2018
08:29
Has it peaked?
oiht
12/3/2018
12:03
No posts for nearly a fortnight! Does nobody dare say anything for fear of breaking the magic spell?
grahamite2
01/3/2018
07:58
Back(where they belong?) in the FTSE 100..... https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/promotion-has-royal-mail-back-in-its-old-ftse-post-0s77gslzz
cwa1
26/2/2018
09:45
Good point. There's a reason Labour have abandoned the working class and gone instead for any sort of "minority" they can persuade has a grievance, namely, the working class are pretty nicely fixed these days. They are not interested in the solutions to the problems of the 1920s.
grahamite2
24/2/2018
13:26
If the Marx bros. get in and nationalise the Royal Mail I wonder if the posties will go on strike over the loss of their shares? As many workplace pensions invest primarily in 'safe' utilities stocks what will happen to them when their core investments are seized by the Corbyn/Momentum mob for peanuts or in their dreams for nothing. Sounds like a revolution on the way.
irenekent
21/2/2018
12:34
6 pound coming
neilyb675
21/2/2018
08:19
Flying now.
encarter
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