Luckily the politicos are heavily embedded in Europe right now, thus giving RBS a chance to go through the back door (no pun intended). With RBS I always found that you could get a good idea of where the sp was going just by reading the BBC news business section, but this euro conundrum has taken the spotlight off it in many respects and, I guess, is why it's going up. fwiw I'd keep my eye on all the news, be well informed, just don't be afraid to trade. Good luck all,
On second thoughts .Lol........ .If it's the uncrossing trade......., says UT beside it ,......... It happens every day at 16.35.It sets the closing price for the day but apart from that you can ignore it .Google it for a full explanation .ATB
Sorry , can't see the trade your referring to .Do you mean the trades page on here ?
`on the trades page i see someone going to buy £10 million shares. this is placed after close on friday. i see this a lot after close but i never see the trade going through. could someone explain this to me. thanks
The sp has gone from around £2.70 to £3.35 in the last month so I see that it could be back to £2.70 or just maybe anywhere between £3.35 and £4 in another month. Certainly as we near August the price is likely to head north, excepting some bad news could ruin it all. It is safe to be out of this stock, although being in is my thoughtful decision.
I'm not invested here so this is purely my distant opinion, but I can't see this breaking 400p. No chance in the near or mid term. The disparity with Loyds is unexplainable, but it is how it is (thanks Fred). If this climbs to 380p people are going to jump off it faster than the captain of the Titanic.
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