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Is RBS's share consolidations a conjuring trick or a confidence trick?
Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (LON:RBS) is the latest to employ the sleight of hand of a reverse share split. The bank is giving investors one new share for each 10 they currently own.
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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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Gems aplenty in the stockmarket depths
Even at Bristol and West (BWSA), where ownership by the troubled Bank of Ireland nearly led to a total loss, a campaign by shareholders managed to beat off attempts to nullify their investments.
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 Q1 Results Interview With CEO Stephen Hester  PR Newswire (press release)
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Spanish banks have credit ratings cut by Moody's
Ratings agency Moody's has cut the credit ratings of 16 Spanish banks, a further blow to a country that is struggling to deal with the bad debts of its banking sector. It also cut the debt rating on Santander UK, a subsidiary of the Spanish banking ...
Moody's cuts credit ratings of 16 Spanish banks and four regions  MercoPress
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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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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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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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Fed to auction more Maiden Lane III CDOs
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is to auction two packages of subprime home mortgage bonds from its Maiden Lane III portfolio in a move that will further test the market's seemingly unquenchable appetite for lower-rated debt.
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Is it time for investors to look to Burma?
After an 18-year absence, Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) may return to Burma's booming oil and gas sector. The Anglo-Dutch company is said to be in talks with Thai state-owned company PTT with a view to the shared development of the M-11 block offshore the ...
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