Still my own view is 525 to a top end 575. 550 seems as high as it will realistically go this year.. 525 is my next figure to seriously look at my holding.. Doffer
RE: Shore Capitals' view
2017 or 2018 is too far off for me.
Royal Mail PLC using EPIC code LON:RMG has had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates’ with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ today by analysts at Investec. Royal Mail PLC are listed in the Industrials sector within UK Main Market. Investec have set their target price at 580 GBX on its stock. This is indicating the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 16% from the opening price of 500 GBX.
Proof of posting
The proof of posting is a very useful tool in many dealings and not just as a shareholder but as a good customer i think RMG should be charging for this with say 1p going to the receiving office and 1p to RMG. I'm sure the customer who really needs this extra paper, print and extra work would agree that a 2p charge would be fare?
Looked as if we will end the week in the 500s. What a great turnaround and this share has been a great performer over the last 6 months. Last 6 months + 16% Last 3 months ( to date ) + 18% Last month + 14%. They are some very impressive figures. Where now........................................................................... Well with a share portfolio of 10500, I am in until the divvy is paid, then its a re-think. I doubt whether I will bin the lot but looking at off loading 50%, I reckon. 525 + that is the question...................................... Hmmmm
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