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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)

Share Price: 198.60Bid: 198.60Ask: 198.70Change: 2.50 (+1.27%)Riser - Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 195.00High: 199.20Low: 193.10Yesterday’s Close: 196.10

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Oi You!
Tue 22:19
Just shut up and buy some!!
Posts: 3,379
Opinion:No Opinion
Tue 19:23
Just the MMs locking you in at an artificially high price.

Ffs, get a grip and stop being suckered in by the city boys who are laughing all the way to the wine bar.

see you all at 14.00.

Posts: 2,780
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Top of the Crop
Tue 14:38
RBS now top of the FTSE 100 riser board. Well done to those holding.

Regards and GL
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RE: mailman
Tue 11:34
Thanks for the article. Very interesting read. I'm almost at my 200 sell price so hopefully no further damage until then.
Posts: 2,780
Opinion:No Opinion
Tue 10:53
RBS facing two major lawsuits in UK and USA which potentially will cost billions and is on course for another 5 billion loss this year on normal operations yet the SP goes up 3% today !!! Go with the flow - RBS best performing bank so far today.

Regards and GL to all shareholders
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Tue 02:11
Posts: 2,103
Opinion:No Opinion
Thu 11:49
There's little appetite for shares, and bank shares in general, until the big investors can figure out what 'lower for longer' means for all asset classes. Other companies have been borrowing at these crazy low rates to undertake share buy backs in a monumental scale. For RBS, all it can do it ride any wave within which it is packaged (ETFs, CFDs etc). It's not a 'lone' player, but part of a package, in my view. PIs committed here at a higher level are more or less in thrall to these trends (at least for the time being).
Posts: 644
Opinion:No Opinion
17 Aug '16
It's probably the malaise of sp doldrums. The three month graph shows very little change for the last 75 days or so, probably because there are other opportunities for big investors out there and perhaps because they are waiting to identify the effects of a) Brexit and b) the change in interest rates. Both factors are 'unknowns' in as far as we've never experienced either condition before and so the consequential effects are, as yet, indeterminate. However, I am unsure about what the other banks have been doing; do they show similar patterns of very narrowly delineated bands of movement for the last month or so?
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No subject
15 Aug '16
Very quiet here......?

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