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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Price (RBS)



Share Price Information for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)


Share Price: 388.70Bid: 388.80Ask: 389.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 385.00High: 390.40Low: 381.80Yesterday’s Close: 388.70
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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 Banks sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
388.70

Share Price SpacerBid
388.80

Share Price SpacerAsk
389.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
14,002,694

Share Price SpacerOpen
385.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
390.40

Share Price SpacerLow
381.80

Share Price SpacerClose
388.70

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 6,362.84m £24,732.37m 5,000

52 Week High 403.90 52 Week High Date 5-DEC-2014
52 Week Low 291.60 52 Week Low Date 14-MAR-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
5,908 4,762,343 9,226,260 -2.602 -149.38 0.00 0.00


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

19-Dec-14
16:45:48
388.70
205,699
Sell* 
388.80
389.00
799.55k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion

19-Dec-14
16:46:05
384.8764
386,600
Sell* 
388.80
389.00
1.488M
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply

19-Dec-14
12:05:21
384.10
-136,600
Sell* 
388.80
389.00
-524.68k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion
Bargain conditions apply


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
05-Dec-14Sell
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
392.26GBX20,00057185
05-Dec-14Transfer From
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
042,48957185
12-Aug-14Transfer From
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
065,55334696
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Sun 14:01
NeepHead
HALFMIST
388.70
No Opinion

I was so looking forward to it. Ah well, we Scots always knew it is like drawing blood from stone when dealing with the English. Your post certainly confirms that. Never mind, a good traditional English curry on Christmas Day should set you up for the rest of the holiday period. Maybe you could invest in a young chef and start a restaurant business? You could ask your mother in law to make sure he runs it properly though I doubt she will approve of the dish of the day. I must admit to sharing much of your view on the Christmas thing, though I do enjoy sharing good food with good friends and I have many opportunities for that over the next couple of weeks. Pity we couldn't get the RBS Posters together. As you say, "perhaps next".
Sun 09:24
HALFMIST
Neephead
388.70
No Opinion

I had forgotten about it. We were in the Cleverleys Kitchen on Friday and they were advertising a full Christmas Dinner at £3.50. Now that is what I call value for money. However I am the original Bar Humbug. I even have the electric sign up at Christmas. I cannot be doing with it. The tele programmes go to pot, the pubs are full of part timers, the supermarkets feel as though the world ends tomorrow, same old records on the radio and you have to swap spit with people you barely know. Need I go on. A few scoops followed by a curry, now your talking. Come Boxing Day and after a thank God it is all over things start to return to normal.I am in to model railways and there is a big sale event at the NEC in Birmingham next Saturday which I will be going to. I am going with my wife's blessing and it will give her a chance to repair any Christmas Day upsets with her mother whilst I am away. Now if anyone is looking for a new business venture, I am prepared to fund it. In the Stockport Museum there is a device called The Mother In Laws Tongue. It was invented in the 19th Century to be used on people who talked too much. now if we can get permission to replicate it I guarantee it will sell vey well particularly at Christmas time. We would get free advertising from sticking it on the minor celebs they drag out and put on the tele over the Xmas period.Bar Humbug. Oh, and Neephead probably too late for Xmas dinner this year, perhaps next !
Sun 00:05
NeepHead
HALFMIST
388.70
No Opinion

And here I was thinking you had forgotten to order Christmas Dinner! Have you decided on the venue?
Sat 19:03
HALFMIST
The Market
388.70
No Opinion

Nice to see the board busy with a few new posters. I have been in windy Blackpool since Tuesday lunchtime and forgot to take my iPad so just catching up. Good to see RBS doing well over the last few days particularly for the long term holders. Decided to get in Tuesday morning but opted for Barclays as I could get more shares and had the fall back of dividends if the shares went to pooh over the next few months. I phoned up to place my order with HSBC and by the time the assistant had cleared my order with her manager the cost had increased by over £3k so I cancelled. The wife said don't be such a Mard bum so I went back on got the same girl who dealt with it in the first place and she said the managers authority lasts for the day so I managed to secure them at £2.26. They closed on Friday at £2.38 so I am showing a very tidy profit over 4 days. I plan to hold until they get to £2.50 then sell. if it takes a few months no problem. I am always comfortable with upward and downward swings providing I stay in profit overall. It will be great if the market continues it's upward movement up to Christmas Eve. GLA.
Sat 18:34
NeepHead
mailman
388.70
No Opinion

Keeping track is not so onerus, HL send me email reports on whichever shares I am I am interested in and I keep half an eye on them all on a regular though not daily roundup. Remember I am only looking for the ones with the biggest drop and the biggest profit. I may miss some and there are times when I don't have one worth selling in order to take advantage of a drop so it really isn't heavy duty. Sometimes, as this week with RBS a share leaps into view and I might keep a daily, even hourly, watch on what it is doing in order to sell and buy to my best advantage. Again, as this week, I don't usually find either the lowest or highest SP. Like you it is about enjoying a minor level of wealth creation but I don't imagine I will ever be wealthy! ATB
Sat 17:28
mailman
Neephead..Jings100
388.70
No Opinion

As you are both probably aware as I have said before.. I tend to let the market be my guide regarding any news and politics... Predicting what will happen near an election often gets misguided by other events or world factors when the election actually arrives.... Predicting, assuming and taking a gamble because of who or what... is not for me.... In fact most political news is waffle with little action .. I like to act on what actually is or happens in the market not what may or might get talked up about for future times.. RBS goes down to my liking and I buy... I wait till it goes back up to my liking and then sell.... All Basic Logic... and I keep it simple .. and deal with just one share RBS.. Over the years I feel it is friend rather than an enemy ...... I just let it do its own thing and I act accordingly ... at a nice pace and mostly stress free ... just the timing as per any other share .. this goose has hatched many small golden eggs for me .. and long may it do so... it has become a hobby in wealth creation at my level ... Neephead how you monitor dealing in many shares at once is a wonder to me, my money would be all over the place and not available at times when needed... But I admire you and your system if it works for you... I just haven`t the time to keep an eye of 5 or more shares at once... or the frustration it must create at times... Good Luck.... Both... we are all different and that's a good thing as we can learn from others...

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