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Royal Mail Share Price (RMG)

Share Price Information for Royal Mail (RMG)

Share Price: 394.50Bid: 394.40Ask: 394.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Mail
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 397.40High: 399.50Low: 392.00Yesterday’s Close: 394.50

Royal Mail Plc Ord 1P

Royal Mail is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Royal Mail is part of the Commercial Transportation sector

Royal Mail is a postal service company in the UK. The company was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2013 after the Postal Service Act 2011. It was agreed that 10 of shares should be offered free to Royal Mail Employees. On the first day of trading share prices by 38%, which caused accusations of the company being undervalued.

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,000.00m £3,945.00m 5,000

52 Week High 527.50 52 Week High Date 8-SEP-2016
52 Week Low 392.00 52 Week Low Date 21-JUL-2017

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4,298 1,201,305 3,134,401 14.346 27.50 22.50 5.70

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Directors Deals for Royal Mail (RMG)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
11-Jan-17Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Mail
Nick Horler held the position of Non-Executive Director at Royal Mail at the time of this trade.
 Nick Horler
11-Jan-17Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Mail
Paul Murray held the position of Non-Executive Director at Royal Mail at the time of this trade.
 Paul Murray
11-Jan-17Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Mail
Orna Ni-Chionna held the position of Senior Independent Non-Executive Director at Royal Mail at the time of this trade.
 Orna Ni-Chionna
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 17:22IsleworthSpyRE: Where will it be394.50No Opinion
Unions today are nothing like they were in the 70's.
Do any of you know how much has been "given up" in the last 15 years or so.
All with the agreement of the union.
To make a point of this, I will ask the same question that I did a week ago. I did not get any response then, I believe, from posties or anybody outside RMG.
I will have been at Royal Mail for 29 years next March. (I said 30 years previously, for ease).
If the final salary pension scheme closes next year, as is… Read More
Today 16:23CarringtonRE: Where will it be394.50Buy
the thing is, more people own there own home now than in the 70's , most working class people in the 70's of which I was one, didn't - they rented from the council, didn't own a car, couldn't afford go on a foreign holiday , couldn't eat out (unless they went to a Wimpey) etc etc - I would rather stick a red hot poker in my eye than go back to those days -
Today 15:59mike1974RE: Where will it be394.50No Opinion
There might well be more millionaires now than ever before, but they still only represent a tiny proportion of the overall population (around 1.5% I believe) and most of these so called ''millionaires'' are only due to the value of their house, so they're never going to be actual cash millionaires unless they intend to sell up and go and live in a tent at some point.

Just because the current economic system works very nicely for this 1.5% doesn't necessarily make it a good thing.
Today 15:45CarringtonRE: Where will it be394.50Buy
You are talking rubbish mate - there are more millionaires in the UK than there has ever been - and a lot of them WERE working class!! - because people aspire to achieve now - in the 70's there was no aspiration - I had to do my studying by candle light till the Unions decided the power could go on!! -
Today 14:18mike1974RE: Where will it be394.50No Opinion
Carrington - The UK is in a far worse economic state now than it ever was in the 70's, the only reason we've not had total economic collapse is due hundreds of billions of pounds of QE and ''emergency'' interest rates for almost a decade.

At least throughout the wider economic turmoil of the 70's the working man was still in a comfortable position thanks largely to strong unions, where as now it's only the wealthy elite that are extremely comfortable whilst everybody else are nothing more… Read More
Today 13:45wolvespostyRE: Where will it be394.50Strong Buy
I cannot see a strike on the horizon as management give us bad news first then come up with something better. its called carrot and stick...... staff will accept the proposals they have in front of them and royal mail get what they initially wanted.

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