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RBS Share Chat (RBS)



Share Price: 290.50Bid: 290.40Ask: 290.50Change: 0.30 (+0.10%)Riser - Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 291.40High: 291.90Low: 289.80Yesterday’s Close: 290.20


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no3putts
Posts: 19
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:295.30
RE: End of the week
Wed 10:30
Everytime I think it's going to make 300+ a new problem comes out of the woodwork. I've been averaging down over the years but I still need it to be £3.70 before I see the light. Even with the resolution with DOJ apparently agreed there's still the small matter regarding the pressure they exerted on UK businesses who were in trouble to sort out.
 
desamax
Posts: 1,081
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:297.30
End of the week
Tue 15:38
300+ The will the profit takers jump ship as per the norm. Or will they worry they won’t get in low again??
Dinoken
Posts: 490
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Opinion:Buy
Price:293.20
RE: Dividend chatter
Mon 09:32
jreid - many thx - I am also not a subscriber but accessed it via complimentary article per month and pasted below
Looks like time to buy.
Royal Bank of Scotland is considering restarting dividends on a scale that would make it one of Britain£s most generous payers to shareholders and would be likely to accelerate the government£s sale of its holding.
Ten years after RBS was banned from paying dividends as part of its £45.5 billion bailout, the state-controlled bank is set to return to payouts with a policy that could be as ambitious as that of Lloyds, its rival. Lloyds, also banned from paying dividends during the financial crisis, restarted distributions in 2014 and has pledged to return at least half of its earnings to shareholders.
One senior source close to RBS said that the bank was now £quite similar£ to Lloyds and talk that it could match its rival£s dividend distributions was £reasonable speculation£.
RBS must win approval from the Prudential Regulation Authority for dividend payouts, with some in the City hoping that it will be able to make a pledge alongside its half-year results in the summer for a payout at the end of the year.
RBS has been in state hands since 2008, when, after years of aggressive, debt-fuelled expansion, it came perilously close to collapse amid its exposure to the sub-prime lending binge.
Joseph Dickerson, at Jefferies, believes that RBS will be able to pay a final dividend for 2018 of 6p, rising to 16p by 2020, a 5 per cent yield and a similar level of payout to that of Lloyds.
If RBS can give clarity on the issue, it would be likely to lead to a sharp rise in interest among investors that can hold only stocks that pay an income and so cannot own RBS shares at present.
Increased interest among buyers also would be likely to hasten the government£s sale of its 71 per cent holding. In November£s budget, the Treasury pencilled in £3 billion a year in proceeds from RBS share sales over the next five years, indicating a new attempt to offload the state holding. The nation£s stake in RBS is valued at about £22 billion.
A path was cleared for RBS to restart dividends by its long-awaited $4.9 billion settlement this month with the US Department of Justice over the sale of toxic mortgage-backed bonds.
jreid1611
Posts: 4
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:291.80
RE: Dividend chatter
Mon 08:59
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/rbs-considers-restarting-dividends-on-scale-that-will-rival-lloyds-jx7f2xcq0

There was an article in the times. I could read start of it as I am not a subscriber.
Dinoken
Posts: 490
Question
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:290.10
Dividend chatter
Mon 07:42
EARLY MORNING HEADLINE ROUND-UP from Reuters UK Focus : RBS considers restarting dividends on scale that will rival Lloyds.

Headline but no details or supporting article that I could find. Anyone ?
stagecoach
Posts: 578
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:290.10
RE: Flat
Sat 14:06
A recent sharp fall in mortgage lending and the Bank's unwillingness to upgrade full - year earnings guidance have led to a temporary negative market reaction in the share price.
monkeys
Posts: 73
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:294.50
RE: Flat
17 May '18
correction, ~~~~~291.5~295
monkeys
Posts: 73
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:293.80
Flat
17 May '18
This has been here flatlining for almost since 11th may..~~~~~~~~~229.5~295
FTSE hitting record today.
Uncertainty out of the way.
Theobald
Posts: 13
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:294.10
A Dividend and a Special too ?
13 May '18
From recent communications received The Board are clearly very focussed on closing out the remaining legacy issues and returning RBS to normality and being able to return capital to shareholders as soon as possible. Institutions and Fund Managers will no doubt seize the current opportunity to pile in and buy up loads of shares. In real terms and with the potential for short term interest rate rises to bump up profits even higher RBS shares while under £4 and while HMG are proposing selling down their stake over a RBS shares are certainly over the initial stages of this selling down period a time for me to continue to add to my current holding.
luckylurker
Posts: 276
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:294.10
RE: Need the big institutions
11 May '18
nope




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