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Share Price: 370.50Bid: 370.40Ask: 370.50Change: 9.10 (+2.52%)Riser - Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 378.00High: 379.70Low: 369.90Yesterday’s Close: 361.40


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NeepHead
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HALFMIST
22 May '14
Re your 08.54 post. Not my argument, my point was simply that this Country has so much good in it that it is no wonder people from other places want to come and have a better life. That said, the same applies to Brits moving to France, Spain, Australia, etc..
 
jings100
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On reflection
22 May '14
Not sure if it's the same site . This looks much more detailed .
jings100
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Mailman
22 May '14
It's an interesting site . Never used it for cruise ships but have in the past watching supply ships going back and forth to rigs in the North Sea when I was invested in some of the junior oil companies. I'd forgotten about it , nice to see it cropping up again .
mailman
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All
22 May '14
For anyone that may be interested....

The Daily Mail web site has an item about tracking ships anywhere in the world on your computer in real time.. Any of your friends or family on a cruise.... or working on a ship.. follow their ship....

Here is the link...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2636152/Watch-worlds-ships-sail-planets-oceans-REAL-TIME-Interactive-map-reveals-crowded-routes-taken-worlds-vessels.html
mailman
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All
22 May '14
Dare I say it.. a bit of upward movement....

Keep quiet..do not scare it way...
QueenElvis
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Jings
22 May '14
LOL overlooked you in that last post. Regional assemblies in the various parts of England? Don't think even my 1p increase in income tax would cover that one lol. Now you aren't trying to get me to play Richard Thompson singing Here comes Geordie are you. Brigadoon might think I was trying to be cheeky lol
QueenElvis
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Halfmist/Jings
22 May '14
I wouldn't bother about the majority of your posts not being about rbs. With any share, it is the minority of the time that there will be any directly relevant stuff to discuss and you then have to listen to a load of bores (usually egotistical men) rabbiting on about their hindsight trading.

I have moved house a lot too in recent years and my solicitor asked me if I minded all the stamp duty I was paying and I said well not really as it goes to fund our schools and nhs and I wouldn't mind paying a bit extra in income tax if it meant that we could axe tuition fees in the rest of the UK. Was that a Charlie Kennedy proposed policy? Not much of an Enoch Powell supporter myself preferred Boney M's Rivers of Babylon but then I don't really support all the policies of any political party and work on a lesser of various evils stance. I think I am supposed to be voting today but I haven't had any canvassers or leaflets through the letterbox.
jings100
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QE
22 May '14
Giving his age away with the Johnny Ray reference . Think he was referring to me greeting on . BTW he's not English , he's a Geordie and you know what they say about Geordies , lol.
jings100
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HALFMIST
22 May '14
Aye only so much you can do to avoid stamp duty , even for an accountant . Now income tax on the other hand , lol.
HALFMIST
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QE MTJK All
22 May '14
After my views on immigration this morning to be honest I was expecting a little bit more flak. QE my response to the hard time I initially got was if you cannot beat em join em. Most of my posts now are not RBS related.MTJK my comments on stamp duty were a solution not a wish list. I would not vote for an increase in any tax As a fairly frequent mover and about to contemplate moving again I have spent far more on stamp duty in the last 5years than I have paid income tax in the last 15. So definitely not in favour of an increase in stamp duty



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