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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)



Share Price: 216.20Bid: 216.10Ask: 216.20Change: 7.10 (+3.40%)Riser - Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 211.90High: 218.90Low: 208.70Yesterday’s Close: 209.10


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jings100
Posts: 8,808
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:217.10
dior
Today 12:30
Hi , getting by , thanks .Everything ok with you and Cap'n Pugwash , .....bit to go yet till 58p , ... next year Rodders , maybe , not sure anybody knows how brexit and Trump are going to pan out . We live in strange never mind interesting times , lol.
Enjoy yourself over the holly season . Take care ATB x
 
rafidell
Posts: 39
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:217.90
£1.3bn Divided Would Help Long..
Today 11:37
£1.3bn Divided Would Help RBS a Long Way..If 2 payments on Yearly, That's Whopping £3.6bn.. And I'm sure moving into Profits, And Dividends For Share Holders Not Too Far Away.....
dior
Posts: 5,822
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:217.70
RE: Santa2
Today 11:05
Hey Jings how you doing? A wee Christmas bonus on here for some. If it keeps going like this I may even be in for a long earned one. 58p (in old terms) required. Doubt I'd sell the 30p ones.
rafidell
Posts: 39
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:216.30
Divided Would Help Long Way
Today 10:32
25 NOVEMBER 2016 • 2:37PM
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to receive €1.5bn (£1.3bn) in capital from Ulster Bank after its Irish operation received the green light from regulators to pay its first dividend since the financial crisis.

Ulster Bank, which has businesses in both Northern Ireland and the Republic, plans to pay out €1.5bn to RBS subsidiary National Westminster Bank on November 30 after it was given the go-ahead for a dividend by both the Central Bank of Ireland and the European Central Bank.

The payment, which has long been on the cards, will be made by Ulster’s business in the Republic. While the dividend does not change the total capital that RBS holds, it does allow the Edinburgh-based lender to release trapped capital that it can deploy elsewhere in the group.

The payment is also a landmark for Ulster Bank, which state-backed RBS had to bail out to the tune of £15bn following the crash. Ireland’s banking system was plunged into turmoil after its property market collapsed during the crisis.
jings100
Posts: 8,808
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:215.10
Santa2
Today 09:41
That seems grossly unfair . Good luck in finding a favourable resolution .Sorry can''t be of help . ATB
Santa2
Posts: 5
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:214.20
RBS
Today 08:53
Was a member of staff for over 22 years and paid funds into the rights issue in 2008. As members of staff we could not join any of the actions groups. i left in july 2016 and i now have heard that those who did not join the action groups are not able to any compensation....Any advice would be most welcome.
rafidell
Posts: 39
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:199.60
going up..
Mon 09:28
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Ben Martin
25 NOVEMBER 2016 • 2:37PM
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to receive €1.5bn (£1.3bn) in capital from Ulster Bank after its Irish operation received the green light from regulators to pay its first dividend since the financial crisis.

Ulster Bank, which has businesses in both Northern Ireland and the Republic, plans to pay out €1.5bn to RBS subsidiary National Westminster Bank on November 30 after it was given the go-ahead for a dividend by both the Central Bank of Ireland and the European Central Bank.

The payment, which has long been on the cards, will be made by Ulster’s business in the Republic. While the dividend does not change the total capital that RBS holds, it does allow the Edinburgh-based lender to release trapped capital that it can deploy elsewhere in the group.
OilyGonetoOz
Posts: 120
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:193.40
Sold
Sat 04:26
Sold my RBS last week bit a luck by the look at it. Top up on my Lloyds shares may be tempted to buy back in if they keep droping.
Having said that now am getting a regular dividend! With Lloyds who are one of the best to cover their dividend I may stay there?
GLA
jings100
Posts: 8,808
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Price:196.30
Where''s the mailman
Fri 14:10
Been a while since his last post .Hope everythings ok ?????
jings100
Posts: 8,808
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Price:194.30
lol1234
30 Nov '16
Nice short .




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