RBS - The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
6.335
+0.095 (+1.52%)
As of 2:55PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close6.240
Open6.310
Bid6.330 x 21500
Ask6.340 x 21500
Day's Range6.310 - 6.350
52 Week Range6.130 - 8.740
Volume461,516
Avg. Volume924,436
Market Cap39.532B
Beta1.39
PE Ratio (TTM)22.31
EPS (TTM)0.284
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2008-05-29
1y Target EstN/A
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  • RBS pays $4.9 bln for crisis-era misconduct, customer survey hurts too
    Reuters Videos5 days ago

    RBS pays $4.9 bln for crisis-era misconduct, customer survey hurts too

    Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008. As Francis Maguire reports, the U.S. Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis.

  • Britain's RBS announces first dividend in a decade
    Reuters Videos17 days ago

    Britain's RBS announces first dividend in a decade

    Britain's Royal Bank of Scotland will pay its first dividend since its near-collapse and state bailout in 2008, paving the way for the government to further reduce its stake in the lender. Laura Frykberg reports.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    RBS says its deputy CFO will become interim CFO

    LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) said on Friday its deputy Chief Financial Officer Katie Murray will take over as interim chief financial officer after Ewen Stevenson leaves on Sept. 30. ...

  • RBS Taps Katie Murray as Interim CFO as Stevenson Preps Exit
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    RBS Taps Katie Murray as Interim CFO as Stevenson Preps Exit

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc tapped Katie Murray to be its interim chief financial officer as Ewen Stevenson prepares to leave the state-controlled lender and step down from the board. Murray, who is currently deputy CFO and one of a handful of women in the City of London in a senior finance role, will take the position in October. Stevenson will leave the RBS board on Sept. 30 as he heads for a job as finance director of HSBC Holdings Plc.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

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  • Royal Bank of Scotland Fined $4.9B for MBS Suit Settlement
    Zacks4 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland Fined $4.9B for MBS Suit Settlement

    The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) agrees to pay $4.9-billion (pound 3.62 billion) as settlement for resolving mortgage-backed securities (MBS) suit, per Reuters.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    British public don't trust banks 10 years after crisis, survey finds

    A majority of Britons do not trust banks and think they did not face severe enough penalties for their part in the 2008 financial crisis, a survey showed on Thursday. Next month will mark the tenth anniversary of the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers, as a bubble in the United States sub-prime mortgage market burst. The poll of 2,250 adults by YouGov on behalf of campaign group Positive Money underlines the extent to which banks still have to work to rebuild public trust, despite years of restructuring and paying fines and compensation for misbehaviour.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    British public don't trust banks 10 years after crisis, survey finds

    A majority of Britons do not trust banks and think they did not face severe enough penalties for their part in the 2008 financial crisis, a survey showed on Thursday. Next month will mark the tenth anniversary of the collapse of investment bank Lehman Brothers, as a bubble in the United States sub-prime mortgage market burst. The poll of 2,250 adults by YouGov on behalf of campaign group Positive Money underlines the extent to which banks still have to work to rebuild public trust, despite years of restructuring and paying fines and compensation for misbehaviour.

  • Britain's RBS adds dividend appeal, some investors need convincing
    Reuters5 days ago

    Britain's RBS adds dividend appeal, some investors need convincing

    Paying a dividend will broaden interest in Royal Bank of Scotland, but a sudden influx of new shareholders is unlikely given the British government's still dominant stake and as investors wait to ensure it can sustain the payout. RBS said on Tuesday it will pay an interim dividend of 2 pence per share in October, the first payout by the state-owned bank since it was rescued with a 45.5 billion pound ($58 billion) bailout in the financial crisis of 2008. Although the resumption of payments should enable investors requiring regular dividend income to consider buying into RBS, for the first time in ten years, some still need convincing by the bank which is still 62.4 percent owned by the government.

  • TheStreet.com5 days ago

    RBS Confirms First Dividend In a Decade After $4.9 Billion DoJ Settlement

    shares bumped higher Wednesday after the government-backed lender reached a $4.9 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice for its role in mis-selling mortgage-backed securities during the run up to the global financial crisis. The settlement, announced late Tuesday in a DoJ statement, removes one of the final clouds of uncertainty hanging over the state-backed bank, which in turn revealed plans to pay its first interim dividend in more than a decade. The 2 pence per share payout will be released on October 12, the bank said, while the impact of its DoJ settlement was booked in the groups first half earnings.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    First Direct tops Britain's first banking quality survey, RBS in last place

    First Direct, Metro Bank and Nationwide Building Society came top in Britain's first mandatory sector-wide customer surveys to help people choose the best bank, with Royal Bank of Scotland at the bottom of the list. A review of retail banking in August 2016 by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), ordered lenders to publish bi-annual measurements of how customers rate their services. An independent survey of banks' customers conducted by GfK UK asked how willing they were to recommend their services to friends and family.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] US investigation highlights extent of wrongdoing at RBS

    was preparing to sell a package of US subprime mortgages in October 2007, staff were keen to reassure investors about the quality of the loans and the thoroughness of its due diligence. Details of the discussions were outlined in a damning report from the US Department of Justice highlighting the extent of wrongdoing at the bank in the run-up to the financial crisis. The DoJ’s “statement of facts”, based on a multiyear investigation, was published as the department and RBS confirmed they had reached a final agreement on a $4.9bn fine for the bank’s behaviour between 2005 and 2008.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 billion for crisis-era misconduct

    Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) will pay $4.9 billion (£3.86 billion) to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. The Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis. The government alleges RBS misled investors in underwriting and issuing residential mortgage-backed securities, understating the risks behind many of the loans and providing inaccurate data.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 billion for crisis-era misconduct
    Reuters6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 billion for crisis-era misconduct

    Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. The Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis. The government alleges RBS misled investors in underwriting and issuing residential mortgage-backed securities, understating the risks behind many of the loans and providing inaccurate data.

  • Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 billion for crisis-era misconduct
    Reuters6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 billion for crisis-era misconduct

    Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. The Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis. The government alleges RBS misled investors in underwriting and issuing residential mortgage-backed securities, understating the risks behind many of the loans and providing inaccurate data.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 bln for crisis-era misconduct

    Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday. The Justice Department said the penalty is the largest-ever imposed on a bank for misconduct leading up to the financial crisis. The government alleges RBS misled investors in underwriting and issuing residential mortgage-backed securities, understating the risks behind many of the loans and providing inaccurate data.

  • Associated Press6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland fined $4.9B for housing bubble role

    Royal Bank of Scotland will pay a $4.9 billion fine to settle allegations it misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble that ultimately led to the 2008 financial crisis.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Royal Bank of Scotland pays $4.9 bln for financial crisis-era misconduct - US Justice Dept

    Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $4.9 billion to settle U.S. claims that it misled investors on residential mortgage-backed securities between 2005 and 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday, ...

  • Reuters7 days ago

    MPs 'disappointed' over regulator's inaction on RBS

    "The APPG is naturally disappointed and extremely concerned by the announcement that no further action will be taken by the FCA with regard to the investigation into RBS' treatment of business customers," Kevin Hollinrake, co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Fair Business Banking, said in a letter to FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey, dated Aug. 9. Hollinrake said the current regulatory framework was ill-equipped to deal with "scandals" seen over the past years, and called for a public inquiry over banking scandals.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    British lawmakers 'disappointed' over regulator's inaction on RBS

    A group of British lawmakers has criticised the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for not taking further action against Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc after an investigation into the bank's treatment of business customers. "The APPG is naturally disappointed and extremely concerned by the announcement that no further action will be taken by the FCA with regard to the investigation into RBS' treatment of business customers," Kevin Hollinrake, co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Fair Business Banking, said in a letter to FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey, dated Aug. 9.

  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] RBS Pays First Dividend Since Financial Crisis

    LONDON—Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC said Friday it would pay its first dividend in a decade, a milestone for a bank that was brought to its knees by the financial crisis. RBS, which was bailed out by British taxpayers and remains under the control of the U.K. government, said it intended to pay a dividend of 2 pence a share subject to finalizing a fine from the U.S. Justice Department for packaging toxic mortgage-backed securities. The bank said it envisaged share buybacks and ramping up the dividend to a 40% payout ratio, subject to balance sheet stress-test results and the impact of Brexit.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    FTSE rises as RBS and Mondi gain

    The UK's top share index climbed on Friday as cyclical stocks recovered thanks to a respite from trade and Brexit worries, while results from Mondi and RBS were well-received. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) index rose 1.1 percent to 7,659.10 points, though it suffered its first weekly loss in a month. This week, fresh concerns over global trade marred sentiment after U.S. President Donald Trump ramped up the pressure on China by proposing a higher 25 percent tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.

  • Associated Press17 days ago

    RBS: 2Q Earnings Snapshot

    The Edinburgh, Britain-based bank said it had earnings of 2 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 15 cents per share. The bank posted revenue of $4.73 billion in the period. ...

  • CNBC17 days ago

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  • The Wall Street Journal17 days ago

    [$$] A Banking-Crisis Laggard Finally Comes Good

    It’s a decade since the financial crisis and for one U.K. bank it is proving a happy anniversary. , briefly the world’s biggest bank and recipient of Britain’s biggest bailout, is set to pay its first dividend since the crash. For long-suffering investors, including U.K. taxpayers who still hold more than 62% of the stock, the token 2 pence per share interim payout, announced with half-year results on Friday, is the first tangible sign that RBS’s massive restructuring and repair job is reaching its end.