It's pretty dire eh? For the last few months it seems like RBS has been affected 2 to 3 times as much as LLOY on any downturn and before you know it you're looking at a big loss. I haven't got the foggiest idea what is driving it, but it better turn around shortly.
Since we now know that Ranjm is not working for them, perhaps RBS management should start talking to their shareholders. This crash was started by an article at the time of the results that was not responded to by the RBS board or management.
i can't believe what i am seeing over the last month or so, We are off 4.5% today yet Lloyds is down less than 1% and without any economic or political reason for it. This share tests my patience at the best of times but at the minute it is really hard to stomach seeing £40k wiped off the value of your holding in the space of 2 months
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