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Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS.L)

RBS.L on London Stock Exchange

203.10GBp
14:14 Uhr
Change (% chg)

-4.20 (-2.03%)
Prev Close
207.30
Open
205.00
Day's High
207.10
Day's Low
202.20
Volume
2,746,278
Avg. Vol
13,854,256
52-wk High
274.20
52-wk Low
176.55

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Fri, Sep 13 2019

UPDATE 2-Brexit optimism breathes life into UK-focussed stocks

* Dollar earners weigh on main index (Adds news items, analyst comment, updates to closing price)

Irish buy-to-let arrears rise for second successive quarter

DUBLIN The proportion of Irish residential investment property loans in arrears over 90 days rose for the second successive quarter to the highest level in more than a year, central bank data showed on Thursday.

Irish buy-to-let arrears rise for second successive quarter

DUBLIN, Sept 12 The proportion of Irish residential investment property loans in arrears over 90 days rose for the second successive quarter to the highest level in more than a year, central bank data showed on Thursday.

N Brown stock slumps 10% as PPI claims spike

Sept 12 Shares in N Brown fell as much as 10% after the fashion retailer said it would set aside another 20-30 million pounds in provisions relating to the mis-selling of payment protection insurance as it saw 10 times the average volumes of claims in August.

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British banks seek tweaks to accountability rules

LONDON Britain's new system of banker accountability has led to a "tangible" improvement in culture but modest changes are still needed, UK Finance said on Tuesday.

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British banks seek tweaks to accountability rules

LONDON Britain's new system of banker accountability has led to a "tangible" improvement in culture but modest changes are still needed, UK Finance said on Tuesday.

British banks seek tweaks to accountability rules

LONDON, Sept 10 Britain's new system of banker accountability has led to a "tangible" improvement in culture but modest changes are still needed, UK Finance said on Tuesday.

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Lloyds and Barclays hit by $4 billion insurance mis-selling claims

LONDON Lloyds and Barclays on Monday said a surge in late claims could see them pay out around $2 billion more each to settle Britain's costliest consumer banking scandal, the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).

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Lloyds and Barclays hit by $4 billion insurance mis-selling claims

LONDON Lloyds and Barclays on Monday said a surge in late claims could see them pay out around $2 billion more each to settle Britain's costliest consumer banking scandal, the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).

UPDATE 4-Lloyds and Barclays hit by $4 bln insurance mis-selling claims

* Lloyds suspends 2019 share buyback, scraps 2019 ROTE target

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