Natwest Group plc (NWG): Price and Financial Metrics
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NWG Price/Volume Stats
|Current price||$5.56||52-week high||$6.01|
|Prev. close||$5.71||52-week low||$2.34|
|Day high||$5.64||Avg. volume||1,495,202|
|50-day MA||$5.62||Dividend yield||1.44%|
|200-day MA||$4.45||Market Cap||32.74B|
Natwest Group plc (NWG) Company Bio
Natwest Group plc operates as a banking and financial services company. The Bank provides personal and business banking, consumer loans, asset and invoice finances, commercial and residential mortgages, credit cards, and financial planning services, as well as life, personal, and income protection insurance. Natwest Group serves clients worldwide.
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Atudies have shown that females have been more likely than men to have lost their jobs or experienced reduced hours or pay as a result of the pandemic, and also are more fearful for their future job security.
Nearly one third (30%) of prospective first-time buyers delayed their plans to purchase a property because of COVID-19, research shows.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision believes banks should set aside enough capital to cover losses on any bitcoin holdings in full.
(Bloomberg) -- Sign up for the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economics and subscribe to our podcast.Surging costs of imported commodities drove China’s factory-gate inflation to its highest level since 2008, raising the odds that exporters will begin passing on higher prices and boost inflationary pressures in the global economy.The producer price index climbed 9% in May from a year earlier, driven by price increases for oil, metals and chemicals, the National Bureau of Statistics sai
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's NatWest expects only about 13% of its staff to return to primarily office-based working, the lender said on Tuesday as it revealed a three-pronged approach to post-pandemic working habits. A NatWest spokeswoman told Reuters that 55% of staff will adopt a hybrid working model, mixing home and office working, while 32% will adopt a 'remote-first' model with a minimum of two days a month in the office and the remainder sticking with the 'office-first' model. The changes will take place after consultation with employees' managers and in a phased manner, Rose said.
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