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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
  -18.00 -3.04% 573.80 575.60 576.20 594.20 572.40 594.00 6,792,252 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 12,638.0 726.0 62.0 9.3 5,738

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13/9/2020
13:11
Well written factual article👌 004; https://tinyurl.com/yylxj9xv Need a twitter account to read it, havnt got one.
brut winky
11/9/2020
19:59
so, when you look at RMG they have nothing to do at all with actual post offices, RMG are just the delivery vas and soting offices. I wonder who actually owns the buldings as in most towns they are attached. I Never read it before it was copied and pasted, now i can see why others complain about the monopoly, it make a funny situtaion really for anyone who wanted to bid for RMG anfd i notice he has stooped buying, looks like it was a value based invetsment rather than a bid.
brut winky
11/9/2020
16:03
£6? Why?
cl0ckw0rk0range
11/9/2020
15:46
Back to 600p I think for these
thomasearnshaw
11/9/2020
15:44
Post Office rings changes with plan to sell telecoms arm Mark Kleinman, City editor 2 hrs ago Belarus leader Lukashenko heads to Moscow Dacre Montgomery says 'Power Rangers' will return to cinemas, but not with… The Post Office is in talks to offload its telecoms arm and is exploring a sale of its insurance business as its new chief executive puts his stamp on the centuries-old institution. a sign on the side of a building: The Post Office has been severely tested by the COVID-19 pandemic with most branches remaining open throughout¬© Getty The Post Office has been severely tested by the COVID-19 pandemic with most branches remaining open throughout Sky News has learnt that the government-owned company has appointed bankers to oversee and auction of its telecoms division, which boasts 500,000 customers and annual revenues of approximately £150m. City sources said on Friday that PJT Partners, the investment bank, had been hired to run the auction, which is expected to command a price tag of more than £100m, following a number of unsolicited expressions of interest. a person standing in front of a store: The Post Office is separate to Royal Mail but their pair have a close working relationship¬© PA The Post Office is separate to Royal Mail but their pair have a close working relationship They added that a sale would not proceed unless a satisfactory price was obtained. Another City firm, Fenchurch Advisory Partners, has separately been appointed to conduct a strategic review of the Post Office's insurance division. The insurance business is a regulated intermediary that has roughly 300,000 customers spread predominantly across travel, home, motor and protection products. The prospective disposals of the two operations follow a comprehensive review of the company led by Nick Read, who joined the Post Office as its chief executive last year. Mr Read's appointment came amid an escalating row over the multi-million pound scandal which resulted in a number of its sub-postmasters - or branch managers - wrongly sent to prison. The crisis led the Post Office to agree last December to pay nearly £58m to settle a legal claim brought by a group of 550 sub-postmasters. At the time, the network, which has around 11,500 branches across Britain, apologised, with Mr Read's predecessor, Paula Vennells, the target of particularly fierce criticism over her handling of the issue. In May, the Post Office launched a scheme to provide redress to current and former postmasters who were not part of the litigation settlement but who believe they were adversely affected by earlier versions of the Horizon computer system. The company has now committed to appointing one of its army of postmasters to its board for the first time - a decision which has been approved by UK Government Investments (UKGI), the agency which oversees the taxpayer's interest in it. One source said that move was "an olive branch" from Mr Read as he tries to repair relations with the Post Office's stakeholders. Those relations were strained by a scandal involving the use of a faulty IT system called Horizon, which led to some branch managers being wrongly accused of theft, fraud and false accounting. Mr Read, who previously ran the Nisa convenience store group, joined the Post Office nearly a year ago. His decision to explore a sale of the telecoms and insurance divisions will enable the company to focus on handling mail and parcels, as well as providing cash and banking services, according to an insider. The Post Office is an entirely separate company from Royal Mail Group, which was privatised in 2013 and floated on the London Stock Exchange. The two businesses have a close commercial relationship, however, with negotiating a new ten-year agreement between them among Mr Read's priorities. As with other physical retailers, the coronavirus pandemic has provided a stiff test for the Post Office's management. More than 90% of its branches remained open during the crisis, and the network made a number of guaranteed hardship payments to postmasters during April and May. The Post Office also repurposed part of its foreign exchange cash delivery business to enable the overnight delivery of sterling cash to meet demand. The chief executive's other main focuses over the next year will include the delivery of a renewed partnership with Britain's major banks and building societies, while travel and bill payment services are also expected to receive substantial investment. A Post Office spokesman declined to comment on Friday.
brut winky
10/9/2020
16:12
I must admit I thought we'd have a red finish today.
hodhasharon
10/9/2020
15:54
RMG.L in top 10 most shorted companies in U.K. At 7.51%With 14.04% of its shares held in short positions Hammerson is far ahead of the next most-shorted stocks, Metro Bank and Sainsbury's, GraniteShares said. Its research showed 8.68% of Metro's shares were shorted and 8.39% of Sainsbury's.The rest of the top 10 most shorted shares are Premier Oil (8.13%), Cineworld (7.99%), Tullow Oil (7.53%), Royal Mail (7.51%), Petrofac (6.06%) and TUI (5.83%). Many of the companies such as Hammerson, Cineworld, TUI and oil companies have been hit by the Covid-19 crisis. Hargreaves landform (shorecast news) 09/09/2020Source Re
bakar922
10/9/2020
14:25
The rug has been pulled. 180p tomorrow.
notknowing
10/9/2020
13:58
They take it up to take it down. The same bull trap as employed in FGP a few days ago. How many private investors trapped at 50p? (or 200p+ here). I would say it's all wrong.....but that's how the markets work. We can't all get rich.
hodhasharon
10/9/2020
13:44
A red finish is a certainty.
notknowing
10/9/2020
12:29
Thats so the likes of the sultan of brunei could pocket even more for doing f/all
nemesis6
10/9/2020
11:53
Thees were 600p once
tjbird
10/9/2020
11:15
arbu5000: I think that looks like the scenario from what was said in the AGM, moving to haand sorting letters and automating parcels, would make sense to merge parcel force withe GLS. careful: i agree, that mentality is bigger than ever, when you look on youtube it's all about TA and charting, when in reality the real works in the paperwork.
brut winky
10/9/2020
11:07
Parcel Force is where the profitable business is, and it's much more efficiently run than the Royal Mail, the two are not to be confused. But the income from Parcel Force gets squandered on the Royal Mail. The two need to be parted and the hamstrung Royal Mail dropped into the governments lap, as it's government edicts that make it such a white elephant.
lefrene
10/9/2020
10:51
All this chatter about trading. No one is interested in fundamentals.
careful
10/9/2020
10:07
This isn't a bull trap it's a short squeeze. The vast majority of comments here bang on about working conditions at rmg, whilst it's valuation mostly reflects that of GLS. Rmg just needs to bring GLS to deliver parcels in the UK, and Bob is your uncle!
arbus5000
10/9/2020
09:54
I don't hold a position here, but from a chartist's perspective, it certainly looks like a bull trap. Just be careful, if over the next few days you see a sharp decline (5-10%) on reasonable volume. There's a few stocks like RMG that are likely to test the Feb lows if a second lockdown is imposed, or the dreaded second wave appears.
hodhasharon
10/9/2020
09:42
Value Zone (RMG): 135-150p
valuetracker
09/9/2020
14:26
Another tree shake for nervous holders, don't panic Mr Mannering
1224saj
09/9/2020
10:17
Bucket shops say "SELL" LIBERUM RAISES ROYAL MAIL PRICE TARGET TO 165 (115) PENCE - 'SELL' BERENBERG RAISES ROYAL MAIL PRICE TARGET TO 137 (100) PENCE - 'SELL'
geckotheglorious
09/9/2020
10:05
Goldmans rates a "Buy" They and their key clients will be SELLING into the buying wave then!
geckotheglorious
09/9/2020
09:49
Taken from LSE news roundup: GOLDMAN SACHS RAISES ROYAL MAIL PRICE TARGET TO 290 (230) PENCE - 'BUY'
mongrels3
09/9/2020
09:44
netcurtains, WIn and RMG are too completely different types of business, the only thing they have in common is that they operate trucks from large buildings, but the work they do is totally different. It's possible RMG have more legacy real estate assets? RMG has been running mail at a loss for years, and without it it would be profitable. IMO RMG has been shorted in order for shares to be accumulated at a lower price by someone who wants to get on the Board. That short being closed imv is what moved the price yesterday, and I would expect to see a holdings rns soon. The way to extract value is to separate the parcels operation from the mail, and just let the mail company go bust. At which point common sense can step in and the mail side allowed to operate as a business, instead of a gold plated social service.
lefrene
09/9/2020
09:31
Motley stick a pin in the fool
cl0ckw0rk0range
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