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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Price (RBS)



Share Price Information for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)


Share Price: 241.90Bid: 241.80Ask: 241.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.04%Open: 243.50High: 248.60Low: 239.50Yesterday’s Close: 241.90

Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc Ord 100P

Royal Bank of Scotland is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Royal Bank of Scotland is part of the Banking sector






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241.90

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241.80

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241.90

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17,153,982

Share Price SpacerOpen
243.50

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248.60

Share Price SpacerLow
239.50

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241.90

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 11,625.05m £28,121.00m 5,000

52 Week High 414.00 52 Week High Date 26-FEB-2015
52 Week Low 229.80 52 Week Low Date 3-FEB-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
10,771 7,301,421 9,775,414 265.824 0.91 0.00 0.00


London South East Users info for Royal Bank of Scotland




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

05-Feb-16
17:02:11
243.3851
148
Buy* 
241.80
241.90
360.21
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply

05-Feb-16
17:02:09
242.8734
7,611
Buy* 
241.80
241.90
18.49k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply

05-Feb-16
16:36:30
244.0209
2,600
Buy* 
241.80
241.90
6,345
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply




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Directors Deals for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
10-Nov-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Ewen Stevenson held the position of CFO at Royal Bank of Scotland Group at the time of this trade.
 Ewen Stevenson
320.24GBX124,906263507
10-Nov-15Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Ewen Stevenson held the position of CFO at Royal Bank of Scotland Group at the time of this trade.
 Ewen Stevenson
058,795263507
10-Nov-15Sell
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Bank of Scotland Group
Ross McEwan held the position of CEO at Royal Bank of Scotland Group at the time of this trade.
 Ross McEwan
073,493698532
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 10:02mailmanSonofRobin.. All241.90No Opinion
Nice post and interesting..

If the steel now comes to the UK via the system you posted ... It just shows the poor state of affairs the UK steel industry and others have ended up... And it is all mainly down to money and cost... Even more so in the current world we live in... How shipping Lambs from Australia years ago was cheaper than UK home produced Lambs seemed crazy to me... Probably because of the sheer volume shipped .. .. Now it is mass volume of migrants being shipped .. One extreme to another ..
Today 09:59jings100SonofRobin241.90No Opinion
Two words ..the market and globalisation . .........Canny lass , yer mam .
Today 08:47SonofRobinSydney Harbour Bridge241.90No Opinion
When my mum went out to Australia as a £10 Pom (returning later),she used to tell me about riding the tram in Sydney, and because of her pallor, the Aussies would ask her "What do you think of our bridge (proudly)". She would respond tersely "What do you mean, YOUR bridge?" - "That Bridge was made just down the river from where I was born (Teesside) and you haven't even paid off the interest yet!". She really went down a storm there.

She had gone out there because my dad had fallen for the place after being stationed there with the RAF for the latter part of WW2. The couple and my older siblings did not settle and came back to Blighty on the early 50's.

The point is, that the steel industry in the North East has since been decimated and if we wanted to build a big bridge in the North, then the iron ore would go from Australia to be made into steel in China and then come all the way to England in ships made in the far East too.
Sat 17:01mailmanjings100241.90No Opinion
yes mainly UK workers it would seem.. but foreign company input... not a true fully home built construction..

But alas more foreign input is the case today on so many projects and take overs..
Sat 16:43jings100mailman241.90No Opinion
Your post made me realise I knew very little about the construction of the bridge , shamed me into looking it up . Designed by two English engineers , .....ouch , construction was undertaken by a consortium of British engineering companies with the steel , (not wraught iron as per the Eiffel Tower ,) being supplied by Seimens and a French company . Couldn't find any specific details re. the work force but I'd imagine they came from all parts of Britain and Ireland plus some from the continent .
Sat 11:48mailmanjings100 .. All241.90No Opinion
Seems sheer lack of government future planning.. even mass solar panel farms can produce needed power, not sure if they can beat wind farm power production ..... but we need to up our home production of power sooner than later as an investment for our ever growing power needs.. and we need have the ability to produce more than our needs as a backup in years to come as power usage security...

Just to get some in to do or run things that we should be doing ourselves...to me is crazy.. A lot of our rail network is foreign owned or run by, water and electricity all with profits taken out of the UK.... The gross revenue and profits the Electricity companies must make would probably pay off he national debt in future coming years

Building, Owning and running our own infrastructure seems not on our governments agenda.... I wonder who built the Forth road Bridge all those 50 years ago UK workers or not...

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