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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)



Share Price: 243.50Bid: 243.90Ask: 244.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 244.40High: 246.90Low: 243.50Yesterday’s Close: 243.50


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monkeys
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:246.90
RE: ?????
Thu 08:23
They did the same with the other banks too, did you notice the 'buy' rating target of 245.7 what it was 245 on the actual day?

They have been the worst for quite a number of years failing to call it correctly.
In addition , worst performing bank themselves too.
 
Dinoken
Posts: 523
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.90
RE: ?????
Wed 23:41
monkeys - I think Deutsche Bank are on to something - but I know not what. Could this low price be related to Brexit ?
monkeys
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:242.90
?????
Wed 08:33
Yesterday, Deutsche Bank today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Royal Bank of Scotland Group (The) PLC (LON:RBS) and cut its price target to 245.70p (from 268.40p)

hxxp://www.stockmarketwire.com/article/6053418/Broker-Forecast-Deutsche-Bank-issues-a-broker-note-on-Royal-Bank-of-Scotland-Group-The-PLC.html
Dinoken
Posts: 523
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.50
Moody Blues
Tue 13:01
Credit rating raised to positive. Surprised this qualifies for RNS. Must be desperate for good news.
NKOTB
Posts: 17,446
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.50
RE: Rbs
11 Jul '18
Certainly not the local friendly bank that it once was. Been with them the best part of 50 years because at the kickoff the local manager authorised a loan....came at the time when I was a young fella with no credit history to talk of. The beginning of June saw my local, the next one nearest as well, both closed. While I admit to online banking for the most of my service requirements, I still like to be able to talk face to face with a bank rep when I need to.....end result of local closures..I went to a competitor who is still local to me, and in the course of conversation it became apparent I was not alone in transferring banks....a shame ! Watched this thing for years now, esp. since the 2008 crunch and the current 244.9 ( only because of 10 fold share change) it hasnt done much since its heady days of 19p to the equivalent 24p....wont be surprised if the internal division/separation of domestic/business banking results in the domestic side closing down altogether
Jambon
Posts: 5,067
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:240.90
Rbs
11 Jul '18
"crippling investors for decades" new rbs slogan lol!!
stagecoach
Posts: 634
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:248.30
RE:Govt sale
7 Jul '18
UK focused Banks are clearly out of favour at present,until there are further signs that progress in the Brexit negotiations are being made and a final satisfactory settlement is in sight, there will be little appetite for a further accelerated bookbuild offering of RBS shares among institutional investors without having a detrimental effect to the current share price.
monkeys
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:250.90
Govt sale
6 Jul '18
Times stated tat the govt could start another sale in September within 3 months
Bankfool
Posts: 232
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:250.70
RE: Re:divi when
4 Jul '18
In all fairness lloy SP has not performed great since dividends restarted.
philpot1001
Posts: 2,605
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:249.80
RE: Service Sector
4 Jul '18
PMI uptick... bloody phone
philpot1001
Posts: 2,605
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:249.80
Service Sector
4 Jul '18
Picked up again today, along with manufacturing PMI prick the other day, smells like a possible interest rate hike in Aug to me. I topped up today at 250p.... typically it fell through to 249p as soon as I did.
monkeys
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:250.00
PPI
3 Jul '18
New PPI claims imminent threat for £18b, couple winning a case against Paragon Financial
thanglan
Posts: 129
Opinion:Hold
Price:250.30
RE: Re:divi when
3 Jul '18
I agree with SocLockRock.....gelding would be nice
stagecoach
Posts: 634
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.90
RE:divi when
29 Jun '18
snige, Despite fianancial press media reports RBS are still not quite in a fianancial postion to restart cash dividends as clearly demonstrated in the current share price. However a share buy back program is possible and will return some form of fundamental value to shareholders, and will be the safest and most economically option for the bank to follow.

Both RBS and the Government do not want a repeat of the Lloyds selldown fiasco, and have already strongly indicated between 10% and 15% of the shares are likely to be bought back directly by the bank from the Government which would help avoid Institutional speculation and preventing volatility in the daily market price of the shares at a price that will be acceptable to both taxpayers and shareholders.
snige
Posts: 2,211
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:259.20
RE: Re:divi when
29 Jun '18
Stage,i cannot see your logic of a buy back when your biggest shareholder wants out at best possible price.Better to attract more inward investment with the attraction of a dividend,IMHO.
5oclockrock
Posts: 11
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:254.80
RE: Re:divi when
27 Jun '18
There would have been a divi long ago , if the flowerpot men Cameron & and the weed Osborne didn't sack Stephen Hester , when ever that foreigner Ross Mcewan got Hester's job , all he did was sell and make things worse , just a government puppet , going nowhere but doon doon , Infact the people in charge of this criminal organisation , should be locked up ?
stagecoach
Posts: 634
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:252.50
Re:divi when
27 Jun '18
RBS still need to maintain and improve its capital structure targets, the shares are now trading at 12 month lows any shareholder distribution of excess capital will most likely come in the the form of a share buyback program.
TheMega1
Posts: 54
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.60
divi when
26 Jun '18
waiting for that dividend announcement
Greens43
Posts: 481
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
Aug
24 Jun '18
Interest rate news / RBS update in Aug will likely push this share up over the next 5 weeks or so back towards 290-300. Great share to trade.
desamax
Posts: 1,085
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.42
Oh well
23 Jun '18
Is this a sign of things to come re the SP
At least all my other holdings have multibagged lol
kassam83
Posts: 1,633
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:257.90
Sounds Positive
20 Jun '18
(Sharecast News) - Upcoming stress test results should trigger the release of a large amount of pent-up regulatory capital at RBS, analysts at Morgan Stanley said as they bumped-up their target price for the shares.
Also, continued growth in its Retail arm and in mortgages was seen delivering compound annual growth of 3% over the next three years, alleviating margin pressures, facilitating a strong margin build and therefore capital returns.

Together with the lender's existing room to manoeuvre when it comes to improving the efficiency of its capital structure, that should allow for a normal dividend payout of 40%, special dividends, and a £2.0bn share buyback programme.

Combined, their expectation was that those factors would drive total shareholder returns of 23% between 2018 and 2020.

Hence their decision on Tuesday to boost their target price for the shares from 315p each to 335p, while reiterating their 'overweight' stance on the same.

"RBS remains our preferred UK domestic name. The stock is trading on 9x adjusted earnings vs. the sector on 11.7x while offering one of the highest shareholder return profiles in Europe together with Lloyds and Nordic banks. We would regard an interim dividend as a show of confidence from the regulator and a catalyst for the stock," they said.

Critical to their investment thesis, on Morgan Stanley's estimates RBS was sporting a 2018 common equty Tier 1 capital ratio of 16.4%, versus their estimate of a steady-state requirement for 13.5%.

Hence, once it passed those stress tests, RBS should be able to pay-out "at least" 100% of its projected earnings for 2019/2020 in the form of dividends.

On top of that, the broker believed there was room to call, tender or redeem £6.0bn-worth of the legacy £18.0bn of subordinated debt instruments sitting on its balance sheet.

That might save it about £200m over the next three years, Morgan Stanley said, which its analysts had previously not factored-in.

"Beyond that we see further room to go as AT1s and more Tier 2 instruments get refinanced," they added.

RBS was unlikely to act imminently, the analysts explained, given current cash prices.
Jambon
Posts: 5,067
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.50
RE: Broker Rating
19 Jun '18
Rbs can be very good for trading.... Good profits to be had...
checkricky
Posts: 624
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.30
Broker Rating
19 Jun '18
Oh it's Jambon hope your well

As you know I have a small holding in Koovs @ 6p for 10k worth was expecting it to go a lot lower for another 10k but happy with the big rise...... may think of selling as it's had it's day in the sun.... problem with me is I never sell the small holdings i tend to forget about them.....

But I have strong investments in the banking sector this is what takes up most of the juice lol.......
Jambon
Posts: 5,067
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:258.40
RE: Broker Rating
19 Jun '18
Hey checkricky you should have a look at koovs mate.... You could have made some real money in there. Rbs will bounce back to 290 before you know it... Im in here 50k average 258p in trading account plus 15k in my sipp
checkricky
Posts: 624
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:256.40
Broker Rating
19 Jun '18
Morgan Stanley had a 315.00 as a old target and now it's 335.00 oh well lets see how things work out in the next few months ..... that is why RBS is up for a change....




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