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The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (RBS.L)

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Previous close239.50
Bid221.20 x 654700
Ask242.00 x 41000
Day's range237.70 - 241.70
52-week range148.40 - 260.90
Avg. volume15,899,529
Market cap28.34B
PE ratio (TTM)-403.48
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Taxpayers get all money back after Lloyds bank bailout in financial crisis
    Sky News2 days ago

    Taxpayers get all money back after Lloyds bank bailout in financial crisis

    The Treasury has recovered all of the money it ploughed into Lloyds Banking Group when it rescued the lender during the financial crisis, it has been announced. Philip Hammond said the Government had now received £20.4bn since it began selling its stake back into the private sector in 2013, having held as much as 43%. Taxpayers now own less than 2% of the group, which includes Lloyds Bank as well as Halifax Bank of Scotland, and the Government hopes to complete the disposal of this in coming months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Britain draws line under Lloyds rescue with $26 bln recovery

    Taxpayers have recouped all of the 20.3 billion pounds ($26 billion) invested in the bailout of Lloyds Banking Group during the 2008 financial crisis, British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Friday. The government has received 20.4 billion pounds from share sales and dividends since it began selling its stake in 2013, Hammond said in a speech delivered in Washington at the International Monetary Fund spring meeting. Britain, which has been selling chunks of the shares every three or four weeks this year, plans to sell the rest of its shareholding of less than 2 percent "in the coming months".

  • Reuters2 days ago

    British ministry may join investor suit against state-owned RBS

    A British government department has applied to join a class action suit to represent some shareholders who are among those state-owned Royal Bank of Scotland is alleged to have misled in 2008, a document seen by Reuters shows. The Ministry of Justice's move ahead of next month's trial, at which former RBS chief executive Fred Goodwin is due to testify, is the latest twist in one of the costliest cases in British legal history.