Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc New (The) ADS (RBS): Price and Financial Metrics

Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc New (The) ADS (RBS)

Today's Latest Price: $2.78 USD

0.16 (-5.44%)

Updated May 29 4:10pm

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RBS Stock Summary

  • RBS's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of 97.26% of US stocks.
  • With a year-over-year growth in debt of -62.99%, Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc's debt growth rate surpasses only 3.89% of about US stocks.
  • Over the past twelve months, RBS has reported earnings growth of -395.13%, putting it ahead of merely 4.34% of US stocks in our set.
  • Stocks with similar financial metrics, market capitalization, and price volatility to Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc are CS, F, OMF, SBSI, and DCOM.
  • RBS's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit Royal Bank Of Scotland Group Plc's official web site, go to
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RBS Price/Volume Stats

Current price $2.78 52-week high $7.05
Prev. close $2.94 52-week low $2.45
Day low $2.76 Volume 2,775,177
Day high $2.83 Avg. volume 2,543,035
50-day MA $2.77 Dividend yield N/A
200-day MA $4.73 Market Cap 16.81B

Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc New (The) ADS (RBS) Company Bio

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc provides banking and financial products and services to personal, commercial, corporate, and institutional customers worldwide. The company was founded in 1727 and is based in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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CoCo Bond Investors Face a Covid-19 Reckoning

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- The Covid-19 pandemic is even starting to affect the highly specialized world of bank capital.Lloyds Banking Group Plc, a large British lender, has just become the third European bank this year to do what was once unthinkable and decline to redeem an outstanding “CoCo” bond at its first call date. This form of hybrid debt — also known as additional tier 1 (or AT1) regulatory capital — is especially risky because the investor bears the losses if the bank fails, and it usually pays a generous interest rate.Because of their special status, there had always been a tacit understanding — though not a legal obligation — that investors would be able to cash in the bonds at the first redemption date, if they so chose, at least with European CoCos. But that tradition looks ...

Yahoo | May 27, 2020

One in five RBS mortgage customers are approved for payment 'holidays'

THE ROYAL Bank of Scotland is supporting one in five of its home loan customers with three month delays in payments - as the nation's economy is hit…

Herald Scotland | May 25, 2020

More than 50,000 RBS staff to work from home until at least September

Bank memo also outlines new Covid-19 safety rules for 400 employees returning in June Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage More than three-quarters of Royal Bank of Scotland’s 65,000 staff will continue working from home until at least the end of September, the lender has announced. The decision to keep more than 50,000 staff at home was revealed in a memo sent by the chief executive, Alison Rose, to all RBS employees on Thursday morning. Continue reading…

The Guardian | May 21, 2020

British finance workers prepare for return to office of the future

Limits on elevators, thermal imaging and temperature checks will greet a first wave of traders and bankers in Britain preparing to return to offices under new norms to tackle the coronavirus. Britain's financial sector is working to bring staff back to city-centre workplaces, which were hastily evacuated as the government imposed a lockdown, leaving the normally humming Canary Wharf and City of London financial districts deserted. Most financial firms have kept small teams in offices through the pandemic, and are now preparing for up to 10% of their staff to return over the next few months, pending government approval, sources familiar with the plans said.

Yahoo | May 21, 2020

'Significant majority' of RBS staff home-workers to remain in place until Sept - memo

Royal Bank of Scotland Chief Executive Alison Rose said on Thursday a "significant majority" of more than 50,000 staff working from home since the coronavirus lockdown would continue to do so until September, according to a memo seen by Reuters. RBS has also temporarily banned hot-desking and said it would place at least one empty desk in between people to ensure social distancing. Since lockdown started, around 10,000 staff have continued to work in branches and some offices.

Yahoo | May 21, 2020

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RBS Price Returns

1-mo -8.55%
3-mo -36.21%
6-mo -49.60%
1-year -42.77%
3-year -50.48%
5-year -68.72%
YTD -54.14%
2019 28.78%
2018 -26.25%
2017 38.16%
2016 -37.66%
2015 -26.75%

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