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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)



Share Price: 177.10Bid: 177.00Ask: 177.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.06%Open: 179.40High: 179.40Low: 176.20Yesterday’s Close: 177.10


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mailman
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checkricky . All
Today 00:15
EU banks under pressure it seems.. Talking of Italy banks on CNBC ..

Low interest rates are not helping banks or savers.. Every week it is another issue .. Hard to think that RBS was 412p 18 months ago.. And even more harder to remember about 8 years ago the SP was around £6 in old money, being £60 in today's terms after consolidation ... The last 10 years has certainly changed the UK and world banking system. It is strange how the 2008 banking crisis hit so many people back then and has now resulted is such cheap money that is pushing house prices back up beyond the pre crisis level and causing even more damage to first time buyers today what a crazy situation of so much to happen in the past decade ... Lack of affordability is a growing trend for each new generation for housing and renting is not far behind...

How banks progress in coming years with low rates and more bad news and fines remains to be seen... And Brexit... One thing is for sure things will be changing all the time.. Any coming rate rise trend will spark a new direction for banks and savers and pushing house buyers under more pressure ... The next 10 years will be very interesting with Brexit, US election, interest rates, Oil prices and any possible EU troubles or break up.. The Labour Party.. And of course terrorism..

A time machine would be interesting to spend a week in 2025 or maybe not...

ATB
 
checkricky
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Deutsche Bank is spooking markets
Thu 20:07
For tomorrow Deutsche Bank down over -7% in the US ...... Even my dog has been calling the RBS and the banking sector right over the last few years that's how much of a joke it's been just listen to him when I ask him a simple question....

Hay Russell what's trading the financials going to be like tomorrow AAHHH RUFF RUFF .....

That says it all named him after astrologer Russell Grant the clue is in his name should of pressed sell button long time ago lol.......
mailman
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Jings.. Neepheid
Thu 17:26
I think in recent years Politics is on less and less peoples radar of interest ...40% plus not voting is another example ....Each party constantly contradicting each other rather than doing things that needed or right.... 25 years of the NHS problems that never get solved ... like a jig saw that is constantly altered but never gets finished...same as TV news is 80% poor or bad news... so little today to be inspired by as so many issues and problems just become daily national news... that often repeats its self like groundhog day... After the past 10 years of the not getting a GP appointments farce .. creating an easy appointment system is even further away than ever... as a prime example of politics becoming a folly ..Just what are the 650 MPs actually doing apart from it seems creating more problems... It would be nice for MPs to at least have a logical plan that we all go foreword on to the future.. You can never please everyone but a least please the Majority....

Happy Days...
jings100
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mailman
Thu 17:10
Been all about the money and television for years . You want a global audience , something people will pay to see , you bring in the big stars , mostly foreign , to the detriment of young English talent . England currently has more foreign players in the prem ., than any other major European league . Has to have some effect on the nnational side . No doubt there are other factors involved , lack of facilities for kids , methods of coaching , different oppertunities.and interests than iin the past etc. Can't see it changing any time soon , unless tv audiences die off , lol.
jings100
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Neepheid ..lol.
Thu 16:31
Wasn't suggesting he was the answer , just that your post read like something he could have said . Have to admit can't see him as a future prime minister , ....although stranger things have, and still will , happen.
mailman
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Thu 12:14
Where money is concerned , Greed will follow....

Regarding the England team, they do not seem to need a manager because the last 15 managers have made no difference or achieved little or anything regarding trophies..... As far as I know this is the fact of 50 years of documented history of the England Team.... 50 years of excuses win absolutely nothing...The ability of the players is the issue if the results are constantly poor. The same applies to those teams in the lower leagues of the whole UK football league, and 95% do not have the ability to get into the Prem and never will. After the past 15 managers and god knows how many players over 50 years, reaching a final in a tournament seems impossible... The bottom line appears to be that the England teams has ridiculously high paid players that make a GOOD team... But not a GREAT team ... There is the difference....The System, the Desire, The ability, Too overpaid to bother, Frightened of injury to affect their Prem team chances... Or the England team is not that important compared to playing in the Prem teams.. ...All these possibilities have been mentioned time after time.....and the same issues and problems continue to exist over too many Decades not Years...With the actual Billions involved in UK football failure to produce a worthy and strong proud Nation England team .... appears a folly and unanswerable Question..... The other folly appears that the next Manger like many others is paid a crazy amount, currently 3 million £ a year with no need or guarantee of achievement required ...if no good you get the sack after your 4 year term and pocket 12 million quid...or get a nice pay off if sacked earlier. What a great little earner... Win Win Win..

The Game now is far bigger than the fans, who are being conned and are prepared to pay all most anything to watch football and treated as cash cows for those high in the system to benefit. How some fans on 25K a year pay to watch Prem players on a 100K a week win or lose at their expense defies logic...but each unto their own...

I like many just watch BBC MOTD and switch it off till next week ..... the real interest is slowly going as football is not what is was for me anymore ....

Just my point of view .. ATB..
Neepheid
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jings100
Wed 11:12
Sorry Jings but I don't think he has what it will need. Come to think of it, I don't see anyone else but that has me looking for a left of centre 'Donald' and my thoughts are so scrambled that I may need to go and lay down in a dark room! Maybe the FA leaders will sort out soccer and give a lead to the politicians but I doubt it. GL
jings100
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Neepheid
Wed 09:22
If only , Jeremy . , lol.
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Standards
Tue 22:31
Now that we have the ignominy of Allardyce could it be possible for the whole Country to stop and consider the obscene greed that sours almost every corner of UK life? It really is time for things to change.
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The next
Tue 16:17
Deutsche bank, Wait for the fine they receive i bet the sp will react the same as Deutsche and fall.




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