Yes, thanks, already had a great div earlier this year then sold some, watched the SP drop and bought a further lot in August at 1285 to drop my average below 1400 so now looking good and very pleased with the outlook. The promise re div reads very well, looking forward to it! I now see EZJ as a long term hold, believe there is a lot of growth to come and I like the Company's principle of rewarding shareholders.
RBS ‘will stop Coutts International buyer using brand’: Royal Bank of Scotland has hired Goldman Sachs to find buyers for Coutts International, its private bank, and also tell potential buyers they will not be allowed to use the Coutts brand, according to reports.
U.K. now main rival to Swiss private banks: Britain’s emergence as the strongest European rival to Switzerland for private banking and wealth management has been highlighted by figures showing that U.K. assets under management rose 11.4% to £524.4 billion last year.
Sorry been on the golf course and etc.. Like you I am out of here meantime having sold well at the Referendum. Reinvested elsewhere. I have to bow to mailman's thinking and patience to wait for 'sub 350'. He will probably prove right but I have the thought that times are changing and RBS is due to start hitting some high spots. It will be a few weeks, I fear, before I have something to sell so will have to wait for that before I can consider RBS again. I guess my comment to you is to wait and see if mailman is right at 350-. GL!
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