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Royal Mail Share Price (RMG)



Share Price Information for Royal Mail (RMG)


Share Price: 440.90Bid: 440.80Ask: 440.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Mail
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 441.60High: 445.00Low: 439.70Yesterday’s Close: 440.90
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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 Industrial Transportation sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
440.90

Share Price SpacerBid
440.80

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440.90

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Share Price SpacerVolume
1,763,664

Share Price SpacerOpen
441.60

Share Price SpacerHigh
445.00

Share Price SpacerLow
439.70

Share Price SpacerClose
440.90

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 1,000.00m £4,409.00m 5,000

52 Week High 577.00 52 Week High Date 15-MAY-2014
52 Week Low 388.00 52 Week Low Date 30-SEP-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
2,836 779,387 981,805 3.453 127.70 0.00 0.00


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

24-Apr-15
17:08:09
440.90
17,000
Buy* 
440.80
440.90
74.95k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Deletion

24-Apr-15
16:43:47
440.90
817
Buy* 
440.80
440.90
3,602
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

24-Apr-15
16:36:19
440.90
807
Buy* 
440.80
440.90
3,558
Trade Type:
Ordinary
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 Mail (RMG)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
15-Jan-15Buy 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
435GBX4815477
15-Jan-15Buy 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
435GBX483173
15-Jan-15Buy 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
435GBX483173
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
16 Apr '15
beatrootjuice
RE: beatrootjuice
448.70
No Opinion

Thanks for that explanation. Royal mail stand to gain a fair bit then if 130,000 staff are enrolled in the scheme. Doesn't surprise me in the slightest that they stand to save more than the workers! For information, my gross pay last yr was £22,300 and my pension contributions are just under £100 a month.
16 Apr '15
princeofdarkness
steady as she goes.............
449.70
No Opinion

SP seems to be hovering around the 4.50 mark now. I think it will stay doing this until after the election and then onto full year results when hopefully we will have news on property sale and improved margins from lower diesel cost. We shall see - I was intending to add more at 4.30 but not sure it will go there( maybe if Red " I will renationalise everything" Ed gets in !)
16 Apr '15
Doffer
Steady as she goes.................
449.70
Weak Buy

Doffer here, Well this share has been really steady for a few weeks now, in fact, this share is trading UP, just over 4% on 6 months ago. Seems strong enough at around 448 - 449 and hitting 450 every now and then. It may have its knockers and YES, maybe sentiment drove this share to those heady heights too quickly and in hindsight, were unrealistic, ie £6.00 + Feel for the Guys and Gals who are stuck with this share that were bought @ £5.50 - £6.00 but hopefully they can see a tad of light, although £5.50 - £6.00 is a long way off. Maybe next year.................. As I said a few days ago, lets get a "bottom out figure" of £4.50 and then edge to the 475 mark...... PS - Love the single figure trades over the last few days ( cryptic messages afoot ), must have been a dozen or so @ 1 single share trade yesterday and that's without the 2s and 3s trades and similar is going today. STEADY AS SHE GOES........
16 Apr '15
adramforall
RE: beatrootjuice
449.80
No Opinion

It's not a tax fiddle! There are however several down points to salary sacrifice that need to be considered : If your employer is providing you with life cover, this is usually worked out as a multiple of your salary. Your employer may provide less life cover if you sacrifice some of your salary. You won't be able to receive a refund of your contributions if you leave your employment within two years of being in the scheme (a benefit many workplace schemes offer). This is because you are not directly paying contributions, so there are no contributions to be refunded. Your lower salary may affect the amount of money you are able to borrow for a mortgage. Mortgage lenders usually calculate how much you can borrow as a multiple of your salary, although your employer may agree to state your original salary when they supply a mortgage reference. How do the figures really pan out? Lets say you are on £24,000 a year. This means that your gross monthly income is £2,000 from which tax of £223.33 and NIC of £159.40 is deducted leaving you with a net pay of £1617.27. If you wanted to make a gross contribution of £1,000 to a pension scheme then your net payment after tax relief would be £800, making a net monthly deduction of £66.67. This would be taken from your net income so you would have £1,550.60 in your hand. If you went the salary sacrifice route, contributing £1,000 to your pension rather than receiving this as salary, then from your monthly gross income of £2,000 you would pay tax of £206.67 and NIC of £149.40 and the salary sacrifice deduction of £83.33. Your net monthly income is therefore £1,560.60 so you have saved a grand total of £10 per month or £120 per year. From the employers point of view they have the same payroll costs of £24,000 for the employee but they are able to save on National Insurance on the £1,000 salary sacrifice and this is at a rate of 13.8% so the employer is better off by £138.80! Surprisingly enough your employer is better off than you are!!!! Multiply this saving for the employer by say 70,000 employees, and you are looking at savings of close to £10 million and basically all the employer has done is sold you a salary sacrifice scheme to save you a few £'s.
15 Apr '15
beatrootjuice
RE: beatrootjuice
450.00
No Opinion

Sometimes known as salary sacrifice scheme. Google it. Basically a tax fiddle to save employers and workers a bit of money. They pay you less gross basic pay so you pay less tax and Nic. They then pay your pension contributions for you so you in effect have slightly higher take home pay. The company gets tax breaks for doing this. Please somebody correct me if I'm not getting it right.
15 Apr '15
rag123
beatrootjuice
449.40
No Opinion

Explain what you mean here?

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