|Last Trade:||Buy 280,000 at 214.772p|
|Day's Range||210.00p - 217.40p|
|52wk Range:||176.55p - 274.20p|
|Shares in Issue:||12,091m|
Recent Trades History Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Buy*||280,000||214.772||Ordinary||18:28:14 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||6,562||216.21||Ordinary||18:28:11 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||7,346||214.438||Ordinary||17:58:50 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||13,370||214.438||Ordinary||17:58:50 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||1,840||213.898||Ordinary||17:58:50 - 20-Sep-19|
|Sell*||1,843||209.997||Ordinary||17:48:37 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||286,385||214.325||Ordinary||17:48:35 - 20-Sep-19|
|Sell*||527||209.997||Ordinary||17:48:35 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||410,521||214.334||Ordinary||17:48:35 - 20-Sep-19|
|Buy*||1,437,636||214.333||Ordinary||17:48:01 - 20-Sep-19|
Share Price History for Royal Bank of Scotland
|18th Sep 2019 (Wed)||204.60||204.90||202.80||204.75|
|17th Sep 2019 (Tue)||205.00||207.10||202.20||203.95|
|16th Sep 2019 (Mon)||207.40||208.50||205.50||206.80|
|13th Sep 2019 (Fri)||198.85||210.10||198.55||208.90|
|12th Sep 2019 (Thu)||199.60||200.80||194.65||197.625|
|11th Sep 2019 (Wed)||198.40||202.90||198.20||200.30|
|10th Sep 2019 (Tue)||192.45||202.10||192.30||197.55|
|9th Sep 2019 (Mon)||189.10||192.95||187.90||192.875|
|6th Sep 2019 (Fri)||189.75||190.35||186.65||187.50|
|5th Sep 2019 (Thu)||184.70||192.00||184.35||190.70|
|4th Sep 2019 (Wed)||181.60||187.65||181.60||183.975|
|3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)||185.80||186.20||181.45||183.825|
|2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)||184.65||188.30||184.55||186.10|
|30th Aug 2019 (Fri)||184.00||186.80||182.55||184.75|
|29th Aug 2019 (Thu)||181.50||185.35||180.75||182.525|
|28th Aug 2019 (Wed)||184.75||184.75||180.55||182.525|
|27th Aug 2019 (Tue)||182.80||185.70||181.60||184.475|
|26th Aug 2019 (Mon)||0||0.00||0.00||183.675|
|23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)||184.80||187.25||184.00||182.90|
|22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)||181.10||184.30||180.30||182.90|
|21st Aug 2019 (Wed)||184.75||184.75||181.90||182.45|
|20th Aug 2019 (Tue)||184.95||185.90||183.30||184.325|
Royal Bank of Scotland provide bank branching facilities with Natwest and the Ulster bank. There are around 700 branches in the UK. The parent company is the Royal Bank of Scotland group which is separate from the Edinburgh Bank of Scotland.
The company began as early as 1707 when investors in a failed Scottish company set up the Equivalent Society to protect the compensation that they claimed and received. By 1724 they had become the Equivalent Company, investing their money wisely in banking. They were soon competing with the Bank of Scotland (now part of Lloyds Banking Group) and were actually the first bank to offer an overdraft facility. In 1783 they opened the first two branch offices outside Edinburgh and Glasgow, which were quickly followed by other branches across Scotland.
By the nineteenth century the company was already pursuing mergers with other banks and acquired assets and liabilities of the Western bank in 1857 after its collapse. In 1864 they acquired the Dundee Banking Company and by 1910 they had 158 branches. In 1968 they merged with the National Commercial Bank of Scotland to become the largest clearing bank in Scotland.
The financial crisis of 2008 caused devastation to many banks and related businesses. However HM Treasury bought 5 Billion in RBS preferred shares levering its value. RBS will pay back 600 million per annum. HM Treasury also underwrote a 15 Billion share issue for the bank so the British Public gained a 58% stake in the company. While shares are currently low due to the crisis with the assistance they have received, RBS look set to recover and quickly increase share value. RBS- a shrewd investor bank.
News - Friday, September 20, 2019
UK stocks ended Friday back in the red as the pound had a volatile day against the dollar and euro, leaving investors with mixed messages about domestic earning stocks versus UK exporters. ...
News - Friday, September 20, 2019
UK stocks reversed early trading losses at midday on Friday as the pound lost ground against the dollar and euro, bolstering domestic earners and lifting the pressure on UK exporters. ...