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Royal Bank Of Scotland: Preferreds Are Attractive
I continue to recommend the "will pay" preference shares of Royal Bank of Scotland. Of these, the series N and series Q have the most potential upside.
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RBS launches aggressive mortgage drive
Royal Bank of Scotland has sought to differentiate itself from its biggest UK high-street rivals by setting out an aggressive approach to mortgage lending this year.
Recovering RBS takes step towards dividends
RBS Resumes Dividend Payments as Emergency Government Aid Repaid  Bloomberg
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Cattles shareholder group wins �22m
Claims from Cattles' other creditors - including its main lender, Royal Bank of Scotland, other banks and bondholders - have largely been resolved.
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Spanish banks have credit ratings cut by Moody's
"Markets are worried about eurozone bank deposit runs and an escalating banking crisis," said VTB Capital economist Neil MacKinnon.
Should UK customers be worried about Santander downgrade?  The Week UK
Moody's cuts credit ratings of 16 Spanish banks and four regions  MercoPress
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RBS Hybrid Bonds May Be Upgraded After Coupon Payments, S&P Says
May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc's hybrid bonds may be upgraded by Standard & Poor's when the state-owned lender pays its first coupons on the notes since the European Commission lifted a ban on the payments.
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FTSE CLOSE: Market steadies in positive territory as bank shares rise
Ashraf Laidi, chief global strategist at City Index, commented: 'The index stabilized right above 5231, which is the 200-week moving average, a level last broken in December, on the day major central banks lifted global markets via coordinated ...
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8000 jobs at risk across the UK
The move comes after its banks - Barclays and taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland - sold the company's �35 million of loans to its biggest supplier, American Greetings.
Clinton Cards to appoint administrators after suppliers called in �35m loan
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Thomas Cook faces �14m bill for bank fees
As a sweetener, the banks, led by Barclays and RBS, have also been given the option to buy a 10pc stake in the 170-year old tour operator before May 2015 at a knock-down price of 10 cents (8p) per share - a 62pc discount to Friday's closing price of ...
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Preference shares boast yields of 7-10%
Parent bank Royal Bank of Scotland may have been in trouble during the financial crisis, but this preference issue, despite being non-cumulative, is one of the �must- pay� issues which give holders the strongest security.
Co-operative Bank withdraws from interest-only mortgage market
The Co-operative Bank has become the first big lender to withdraw from the interest-only mortgage market. The move follows recent decisions by Barclays, Lloyds, RBS, Santander and Nationwide to introduce tough new rules for interest-only customers and ...
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