RBS.L - The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
275.80
+2.20 (+0.80%)
As of 1:31PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close273.60
Open273.20
Bid275.80 x 654700
Ask276.00 x 41000
Day's range272.00 - 276.10
52-week range187.10 - 290.50
Volume2,266,304
Avg. volume11,633,529
Market cap32.94B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-33.70
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est285.89
  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Death and the discount rate - UK companies weigh pensions tweaks

    Some of Britain's biggest companies are considering wiping millions or even billions of pounds from their pension deficits by changing a couple of key assumptions, including when staff are expected to die. Retailer Tesco (TSCO.L) paved the way last month by slicing more than three billion pounds from the pensions deficit in its accounts, citing data showing slower rises in life expectancy as well as predictions of higher interest rates. "A lot of other companies will be asking to do something similar," said Martin Hunter, principal at investment consultants Punter Southall.

  • Forbes18 hours ago

    Robo-Advisory Moves Should Boost RBS's Profits

    In a bid to make the most of the rapidly growing robo-advisory industry, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has begun offering its customers robo-advisory services through its NatWest Invest platform.

  • MarketWatch5 days ago

    Goldman, other big banks secretly used chat rooms to rig U.S. Treasury auctions, lawsuit alleges

    The new accusations, leveled by several pension funds and wealthy individual investors, are contained in an expanded class-action suit originally filed in July 2015 — and include an unusual twist: Some ...

  • Why Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc is a top ‘secret’ growth stock
    Fool.co.uk6 days ago

    Why Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc is a top ‘secret’ growth stock

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (LON: RBS) could deliver further share price growth.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc isn’t the only new stock Neil Woodford has bought
    Fool.co.uk7 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc isn’t the only new stock Neil Woodford has bought

    Neil Woodford ups his bet on the UK economy with Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (LON:RBS) among his latest buys.

  • Why I’d buy and hold Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc for the next 2 decades
    Fool.co.uk9 days ago

    Why I’d buy and hold Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc for the next 2 decades

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc's (LON: RBS) turnaround is well under way.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Ireland's PTSB no longer required to hold extra capital buffer

    , which has reduced the size of its loan book, will not have to hold an extra buffer of capital from 2019 because it is no longer large enough to be considered a systemically important bank, Ireland's Central Bank said on Friday. The Central Bank began applying the new rules in 2015 and last year added PTSB to its list, setting the amount of extra capital it had to set aside at 0.25 percent of risk-weighted assets from July 2019, rising to 0.5 percent a year later. PTSB, the smallest of Ireland's three domestically-owned lenders which is more exposed to the cost of regulation than its rivals, completed a deleveraging programme last year by selling the remains of its mortgage book in the United Kingdom.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    Ireland's PTSB no longer required to hold extra capital buffer

    Irish mortgage lender permanent tsb (PTSB), which has reduced the size of its loan book, will not have to hold an extra buffer of capital from 2019 because it is no longer large enough to be considered a systemically important bank, Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's Central Bank said on Friday. The Central Bank began applying the new rules in 2015 and last year added PTSB to its list, setting the amount of extra capital it had to set aside at 0.25 percent of risk-weighted assets from July 2019, rising to 0.5 percent a year later. PTSB, the smallest of Ireland's three domestically-owned lenders which is more exposed to the cost of regulation than its rivals, completed a deleveraging programme last year by selling the remains of its mortgage book in the United Kingdom.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    MOVES-Mizuho hires Greenwood as managing director for loans

    Mizuho Americas has hired Susan Greenwood for loan sales for syndicated finance as the bank seeks to build its leveraged finance business. Greenwood, who started in New York last month, joined as a managing ...

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Bank of Ireland to compensate 6,000 more mortgage clients

    Bank of Ireland (BIRG.I) said on Thursday it will make a 150 million euros ($174 million) to 175 million euro provision this quarter to cover compensation for an additional 6,000 mortgage customers it overcharged. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. Ireland's Central Bank, which launched the probe into the overcharging in 2015, said in a statement that the customers were a group that it had identified as having been impacted but Bank of Ireland had previously disputed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus12 days ago

    Bank of Ireland to compensate 6,000 more mortgage clients

    Bank of Ireland (EUREX: 1269463.EX - news) said on Thursday it will make a 150 million euros ($174 million) to 175 million euro provision this quarter to cover compensation for an additional 6,000 mortgage customers it overcharged. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's Central Bank, which launched the probe into the overcharging in 2015, said in a statement that the customers were a group that it had identified as having been impacted but Bank of Ireland had previously disputed.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Whiff of French revolution is good for banks - Bank of England policymaker

    The Bank of England has not overstepped the mark in regulating lenders and interventions in politically sensitive sectors like housing have been modest rather than revolutionary, a BoE policymaker said on Tuesday. Martin Taylor described the Bank's Financial Policy Committee on which he sits as a "committee of public safety", a nod to the government of 18th-century revolutionary France that ushered in the "Reign of Terror" to maintain stability. "The FPC in its almost five years of existence... may have been more circumspect than its Parisian forerunner but has nevertheless shown real determination to use macroprudential policy tools in a disciplined and effective manner," Taylor said in a speech in London.

  • Lloyds snubs £500m settlement bid as HBOS merger trial kicks off
    Sky Newslast month

    Lloyds snubs £500m settlement bid as HBOS merger trial kicks off

    Lloyds Banking Group has rejected a last-ditch bid to settle a legal claim over the disastrous merger that created Britain’s biggest high street lender, days before a trial featuring some of the country's most prominent financiers is due to begin. Sky News has learnt that the Lloyds Shareholder Action Group (LSAG) last week told the bank that it would abandon its claim in exchange for a payment of roughly £500m, according to insiders. Sources close to Lloyds said on Monday that the offer from Harcus Sinclair, the law firm acting for the claimant group of 6,000 former Lloyds TSB investors, was immediately rejected by the bank.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK's Interserve in talks with banks after profit warning

    British support services and construction company Interserve Plc said on Monday it is in talks with its banks to provide clarity on its current trading and recent profit warning. The statement follows ...

  • Lenders to crisis-hit Interserve‎ hire advisers after profit alert
    Sky Newslast month

    Lenders to crisis-hit Interserve‎ hire advisers after profit alert

    Lenders to the crisis-hit construction and support services group Interserve (Frankfurt: 860509 - news) have drafted in advisers amid growing fears about the state of its finances. Sky News has learnt that a consortium of high street banks, including HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS), hired EY last week in the wake of a massive profit warning from Interserve. The appointment of ‎a top professional services firm will raise concerns that Interserve, which has contracts include managing the Salisbury Plain military training base for the Ministry of Defence, could be facing a financial restructuring similar to that of rival Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) .

  • Reuterslast month

    Queen's bank goes for younger clients as rivals try to steal crown

    After three centuries as banker to Britain's rich and famous, from Charles Dickens to Queen Elizabeth II, Coutts, one of the world's oldest banks, is trying to modernise. Britain's largest private bank wants to update not only its technology and ways of doing business, but also its 325-year-old brand to sell more products to more customers, tackle competition from international rivals and boost revenues. Chief Executive Peter Flavel aims to increase Coutts' appeal to a younger generation of wealthy Britons, including vloggers, gamers and other entrepreneurs getting rich from new technologies, as well as its traditional clients.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK lawmakers pile pressure on watchdog over RBS report

    British lawmakers have hired a barrister to check if a summary of a report by regulators into how Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) treated companies in difficulties is comprehensive and fair. The Financial Conduct Authority has refused to publish the main report, saying it was never meant to be public and that a summary would be made available. "On receiving the adviser's assessment, the committee would decide how to proceed, and the arrangement would be without prejudice to its formal powers to require that the FCA produce the report," TSC Chair Nicky Morgan said in a letter to FCA CEO Andrew Bailey and released to the media.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK lawmakers pile pressure on watchdog over RBS report

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 13 (Reuters) - British lawmakers have hired a barrister to check if a summary of a report by regulators into how Royal Bank of Scotland treated companies in difficulties is comprehensive and fair. The Financial Conduct Authority has refused to publish the main report, saying it was never meant to be public and that a summary would be made available.

  • UK lenders plan biggest consumer lending curb since late 2008 -BoE
    Reuterslast month

    UK lenders plan biggest consumer lending curb since late 2008 -BoE

    British lenders are planning the biggest cutback in consumer loans in nearly 10 years, the Bank of England said on Thursday, after it warned repeatedly about the strong pace of lending to households. The BoE's quarterly net balance of lenders' expectations for the availability of unsecured lending over the next three months fell to -28.6 from -16.2. The BoE has said there is no overall debt bubble in Britain but it has expressed concern about consumer debt, which had been growing at about 10 percent a year.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK lenders plan biggest consumer lending curb since late 2008 -BoE

    British lenders are planning the biggest cutback in consumer loans in nearly 10 years, the Bank of England said on Thursday, after it warned repeatedly about the strong pace of lending to households. The ...

  • EU citizens' uncertain Brexit status 'intolerable' - CBI boss
    Sky Newslast month

    EU citizens' uncertain Brexit status 'intolerable' - CBI boss

    The head of the UK's biggest business group has described as "intolerable" the Government's failure to resolve the rights of EU citizens after Brexit. Confederation of British Industry (CBI) director general Carolyn Fairbairn attacked a lack of progress in the divorce talks with the EU in remarks to the organisation in London. Ms Fairbairn attacked the failure to secure such a deal just a day after the Prime Minister used a radio interview to warn that the rights of EU citizens could "fall away" if Britain is forced to abandon Brexit talks with no deal.

  • Early 2018 is crunch time for banks' Brexit decisions - UK official
    Reuterslast month

    Early 2018 is crunch time for banks' Brexit decisions - UK official

    Many international banks and financial services firms based in Britain will decide in the first quarter of next year whether to move operations away from Britain ahead of Brexit, a senior official at Britain's finance ministry said on Wednesday. Katharine Braddick, the ministry's director general for financial services, said banks using Britain to serve clients in the European Union were showing the most urgency in considering relocation plans.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Early 2018 is crunch time for banks' Brexit decisions - UK official

    LONDON, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 11 (Reuters) - Many international banks and financial services firms based in Britain will decide in the first quarter of next year whether to move operations away from Britain ahead of Brexit, a senior official at Britain's finance ministry said on Wednesday. Katharine Braddick, the ministry's director general for financial services, said banks using Britain to serve clients in the European Union were showing the most urgency in considering relocation plans.

  • Domestic banks help FTSE edge ahead
    Reuterslast month

    Domestic banks help FTSE edge ahead

    Britain's top share index ended at a two-month high on Tuesday after domestic banks Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds rose following a broker upgrade on hopes of a softer exit from the European Union. Britain's blue-chip FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index was up 0.4 percent at 7,538.27 points at its close, while the more domestically-focused mid-cap (.FTMC) index added 0.2 percent, boosted by some well-received earnings updates. After hitting record highs in May thanks to the weakness in the pound that followed Britain's decision to leave the EU, the rally in the FTSE has lost steam as sterling strengthened and the Bank of England turned more hawkish.

  • How Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Stock Stands Out in a Strong Industry
    Zackslast month

    How Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Stock Stands Out in a Strong Industry

    Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is in great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.

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