Now why does that remind of Monty Python . ??? Lol .
Too young! I guess you are talking to Iodan? I was a regular listener to Dick Barton, in fact some years before that when I was on a steamer from Glasgow to Whiting Bay the Captain announced the outbreak of WW2, then I got fitted for my gas mask and slept in our Anderson shelter, and some people on here think life is tough today! Back in those days we paid the Doctor 4/- a visit.
Often wish I could only get three , gets helluva confusing for us old guys .
I'm a little surprised that buy backs have been mentioned, thought the consolidation would have negated the need for one but it's looking like divi's might be getting pushed a bit further back ? I was expecting them to resume next year . Maybe some more skeletons rattling about in the RBS cupboard .
RE: Neepheid / lodan
the miners strike.....twas when the world was still in black and white and telly's had only two channels.....i thing langyy still only gets 3 channels but they're known for being a bit backwards up in sunny scunny.
Definitely about RBS!!!
RBS targets capital distributions in Q1 2017 At the RBS conference hosted by Barclays New York on 17/09/2015 ,RBS announced that they were targeting Capital distributions (dividends and share buy backs) in Q1 2017 (subject to PRA approval). They also pointed out that the trial of preliminary issues regarding the UK shareholder class action is expected to commence in Dec 2016 http://investors.rbs.com/~/media/Files/R/RBS-IR/results-center/barclays-conference-slides-17092015.pdf
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