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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)

Share Price: 230.00Bid: 230.00Ask: 230.30Change: -14.80 (-6.05%)Faller - Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.30Spread as %: 0.13%Open: 245.00High: 248.00Low: 229.40Yesterday’s Close: 244.80

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Today 09:03
Never thought id see these prices again, first stocki ever bought and there nearly back to the price i bought them. Looks to be heading back to 2.07 def worth a buy sub 210 GLA
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968 mil loss
Today 07:10
where is the RNS ?
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Time to Watch Royal Bk. Scot. (RBS)
Thu 22:18
Keep a close eye on Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS) @ current levels. Potential upcoming earnings-numbers surprise
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More cr@p for this sick bank
Thu 14:37
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chaos1988 .. All
Thu 11:10
Good post .. Like all of us just predicting .. Me included .. We have the Europe vote, oil may rise even higher, and as you say interest rates may increase later this year...

Full time good paying employment maybe reducing as part time and Zero hours are reported growing .. And the pressure on retail shops seems to grow more from the Internet sales and shops trying to price match Internet prices.

Terrorism and the Mass unprecedented amount of movement of millions of people into Europe, will in the coming 5 years is surely bound to have some impact. The cost of getting them all settled with housing, jobs, medication needs and of course they will increase the population even more as their the families grow.. Such an influx of different cultures and religions do not always mix as we all we know by what goes on in the world now..

Meanwhile hopefully things and the coming changes will turn out to be a positive and RBS and the UK economy move to better times .. As you say the long wait has a long way to go yet.. Hope 300 is achieved by this years end..

ATB .. Beautiful day on the NORFOLK coast..
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Next significant rise
Thu 08:14
I personally don't think the share price will start rising significantly until back end of 2017. As it needs to diversify the Williams and glyn part of the bank. It was initially planned at start 2017 but been pushed back slightly. This then comes in line with 2018 when hopefully PPI will finally stop. So quarter 4 of 2017 to summer 2018 will be when the bank starts movings until then I don't think it will go much above 300. Unless there is changes interest rates in the mean time but again I wouldn't expect that probably till inflation increases so again summer of 2017 at the earliest for that. So I think the share price will stagnate for the next 12 months.
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Broker Cantor
Tue 17:19


The broker estimates the current burn rate is around £7mln per year and some additional funding will be required in the future. Results in 2016 are also likely to reflect the cost of the development work says the broker but from then on sales should start to pick up leading to losses starting to fall by 2018 and a move into profitability in 2019. Cantor sees revenues of £4.2mln in 2017 rising to just under £14mln in 2018. Broker view - Cantor initiated coverage with a ‘buy’ recommendation and a target price of 77p.
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Neepheid... All
Tue 12:49
Banks have had a bad run the past year as you know .. Maybe the tide is turning as the Oil price has incresed and if interest rate in the USA has move up a by the end of the year, it may encourage the UK to make one move up as well. That being another positive for bank profits.. ... As mentioned recently any expectations of a rise to £5.70p.. To equal The last 57p at the old price ... Seems unlikely in the next 5 years at current state of play of the economy... The amount of mortgage and credit card debt and overdrafts are reported at high levels now.. So the public taking on more debt to pay more interest to boast Bank profits one would think is limited ... As many I would think are in cut back mode... Then the Eoro vote could go either way and be a positive or negative quick response on the outcome .... All this said hopefully RBS can make a slow move up to the £3 level by the annual results in February .. In 10 months time..

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State of play
Mon 21:18
RBS is not the only FTSE100 share to have dropped 50/60% in the past year, quite a number have. Having substantially reduced my RBS holding my task has been to select those that are at low levels and likely to recover quickest. Not easy! It could be that RBS shapes up as strongly as some others but without the expectation of 3-6% dividend. I guess that is the fun of it, especially in allocating how large a holding to take in individual companies.
Which ones will come through, who knows! Maybe I should have stayed with RBS but it seemed to be a very serious gamble. Director purchases suggest a more positive future. We'll see.
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22 Apr '16
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