|Bid||0.00 x N/A|
|Ask||0.00 x N/A|
|Day's range||0.00 - 0.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.30|
|PE ratio (TTM)||6.52|
|Earnings date||28 Jul 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.14 (5.13%)|
|Ex-dividend date||16 Mar 2023|
|1y target est||375.29|
With a government stake, balance sheet strength, stellar dividends, and exciting growth prospects, this FTSE 100 bank looks a bargain to me. The post The FTSE 100 bank that yielded 11% in 2022 and is set for growth appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
State bailed out lender, formerly known as RBS Group, in near-£46bn deal during 2008 financial crisis
(Bloomberg) -- NatWest Group Plc has agreed to buy back £1.26 billion ($1.6 billion) of its shares from the UK government as the Treasury continues to sell down its stake after a bailout during the financial crisis over a decade ago. Most Read from BloombergChina’s $23 Trillion Local Debt Mess Is About to Get WorseMexico Raises Alert Level on Volcano Rumbling Near CapitalMeta Fined Record €1.2 Billion in EU Over US Data TransfersMessi, Ronaldo Lead Saudi Arabia's Multibillion-Dollar MakeoverThe
It is the latest in a series of stake sales by UK Government Investments as the state seeks to whittle down its shareholding in the bank.
The government has sold £1.2bn of NatWest shares, reducing its ownership of the bailed out bank by nearly 3%. The state now holds a 38.6% stake in the lender, which was at its peak 84% owned by taxpayers following the global financial crisis of 2008. The government said in the budget it aimed to sell all its interest in the bank by 2025 or 2026 but will only sell its remaining shares when it represents value for money to do so.
LONDON (Reuters) -British state-backed bank NatWest has agreed to buy 1.3 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) worth of its shares back from the government, as it edges closer towards private ownership 15 years after it was bailed out in the global financial crisis. The deal will reduce the government's stake in the former Royal Bank of Scotland to 38.69% from around 41.4%. NatWest shares gained 0.9% in early trading.
European stock markets traded in a mixed fashion Monday, with investors cautious as negotiations surrounding the potential raising of the U.S. debt ceiling continue. At 03:20 ET (07:20 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.3% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.2%, while the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. dropped 0.1%. Europe's macro calendar is fairly light today, with May eurozone consumer confidence data and speeches from European Central Bank officials Luis de Guindos and Philip Lane the main highlights.
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Several major banks, including NatWest, Lloyds Banking Group and Halifax are also shutting down branches.
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Banking group says some customers have had to dip into savings because of rising prices
NatWest shares slide on disappointing deposit figures despite profit surge.
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The bank’s better-than-expected results follow rival Barclays recording its largest quarterly profit in at least 12 years.
LONDON (Reuters) -British bank NatWest reported a 20 billion pound fall in deposits in the first quarter as consumers faced with a cost of living crisis forked out on steeper bills and shopped around for the best deals on their savings. The bank's CEO Alison Rose said competition for savings amid higher Bank of England interest rates had stepped up and households and businesses feeling the squeeze from high inflation were drawing on savings and paying down some debts. Despite a forecast-beating jump in profits, boosted by the higher rate environment, the bank's shares fell 6% as investors digested a third straight quarter of lower deposits and no upgrade to performance forecasts for the year.
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The British bank is strong and resilient in contrast, chairman Howard Davies told shareholders at its annual general meeting in Edinburgh.
Market analysts reveal what could be on the cards for UK bank earnings this week.
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