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The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (RBS)

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  • Nov. 25, 2011, 11:38 AM
    In spite of the bad news from Italy, major U.K. banks are rallying strongly today, perhaps bolstered by Lloyd's (LYG +6.7%) deal on Thursday to sell $1.75B in distressed loan assets. RBS +9.3%. BCS +5.4%. Their American counterparts aren't doing too badly either. GS +2.1%. MS +2.8%. BAC +2.4%. C +2.6%. WFC +1.9%.
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  • Nov. 9, 2011, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: YONG +13%. SODA +13%. KITD +10%. CTEL +5%. PANL +5%.
    Losers: ROVI -25%. MFB -21%. STEC -18%. HDY -15%. ING -13%. ADBE -10%. RBS -9%. FIO -9%. ALU -8%. HBC -8%. DB -8%. NCT -8%. BCS -8%. VE -8%. MT -8%. LYG -7%. GM -7%. STP -7%. BZH -7%. ERIC -7%. RDN -6%. TRGT -6%. RL -6%. UBS -6%. RCL -6%. G -5%. ASML -5%. FTE -5%. GRPN -5%. SI -5%. ARMH -5%. SI -5%. MS -5%. NBG -5%. TOT -5%. NOK -5%. RCH -5%. AKS -4%. TEF -4%.
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  • Nov. 2, 2011, 4:32 AM
    EU bank shares regain some of their dignity after yesterday's steep losses, with the STOXX Europe 600 Banks index +2%, Societe Generale (SCGLY.PK) +5.7%, Credit Agricole (CRARY.PK) +4.8%, BNP Paribas (BNPQY.PK) +5.3%, Deutsche Bank (DB) +2.1%, UniCredit (UNCIF.PK) +5.5%, Barclays (BCS) +2.2%, and RBS (RBS) +1.9%.
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  • Nov. 1, 2011, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: RDN +9%. LEAP +9%. VRUS +6%.
    Losers: EXEL -38%. ING -16%. SIFY -14%. IRE -13%. NXPI -13%. CTIC -12%. CS -11%. BCS -11%. DB -11%. BHI -9%. FRO -9%. NBG -9%. ALU -9%. RBS -8%. PCX -8%. STD -8%. MT -8%. LYG -8%. C -7%. X -7%. SOHU -7%. SD -7%. NOK -7%. MS -7%. ANR -7%. YOKU -7%. STP -7%. UBS -7%. DANG -6%. RCL -6%. AKS -6%. FCX -6%. CLF -6%. CCL -6%. SI -6%.
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  • Nov. 1, 2011, 4:38 AM
    EU banks are taking a pounding following the Greek referendum news, with the STOXX Europe 600 Banks index -5.1%, Societe Generale (SCGLY.PK) -13.6%, Credit Agricole (CRARY.PK) -10.85%, BNP Paribas (BNPQY.PK) -9.4%, Deutsche Bank (DB) -7.9%, UniCredit (UNCIF.PK) -8.1%, Barclays (BCS) -5.5%, and RBS (RBS) -4.9%.
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  • Oct. 31, 2011, 9:20 AM
    Premarket gainers: MNTA +17%. PCRX +7%. NBR +5%. HRBN +4%. CP +4%.
    Losers: HMC -8%. DB -7%. MTW -6%. DANG -5%. ING -5%. RBS -5%. FRO -5%. RIO -4%. BHP -4%. TTM -4%. FBR -4%. DRYS -4%. LYG -4%. TCL -4%. UBS -4%. AEG -4%. PCX -3%. NBG -3%. MS -3%. STO -3%. FCX -3%. YGE -3%. RENN -3%. X -3%. YHOO -3%. ASML -3%. BAC -3%. NTT -3%. VALE -3%. ALU -3%. C -3%. GCB -3%. MGM -3%.
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  • Oct. 28, 2011, 9:05 AM
    Premarket gainers: CLWR +10%. AMD +10%. GT +10%. CX +8%. BIDU +7%. BRCD +5%. CLF +4%. TEX +4%. LVS +4%. TTM +3%. NMR +3%. AEZS +3%. JASO +3%. MRK +3%.
    Losers: MF -27%. WHR -11%. CSTR -8%. ING -7%. RBS -7%. MT -5%. OAS -4%. FRO -4%. ERTS -4%. BCS -4%.
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  • Oct. 27, 2011, 9:42 AM
    European banks explode higher at the open on news of the agreement to recapitalize the region’s banks. Deutsche Bank (DB) +15.4%, Barclays (BCS) +16.4%, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) +12% lead the way as shorts run for the hills. U.S. banks (XLF +4.6%) ride the momentum: BAC +6.4%, JPM +7.7%, C +8.5%, MS +11%, GS +6.3%.
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  • Oct. 27, 2011, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: FRO +16%. MF +15%. DB +15%. RBS +13%. CFX +13%. CTXS +13%. ING +12%. BCS +12%. SNV +11%. NBG +10%. KYG 99 BBVA +9%. JASO +8%. CMED +8%. UBS +8%. PHM +8%. BAC +8%. MT +8%. MS +7%. RIO +7%. MTW +7%. COG +7%. C +7%. STD +7%. ANR +7%. HOV +6%. RF +6%. FCX +6%. NOK +6%. IRE +6%. FSLR +6%. PHG +6%. JPM +6%. DRYS +6%. HBC +6%. PNC +6%. MPEL +6%. BHP +6%. VLO +6%.
    Losers: MDR -21%. TQNT -17%. AVP -13%. VNET -9%. AGNC -4%. APIL -4%.
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  • Oct. 27, 2011, 7:14 AM
    European bank shares are the big winners following yesterday's/this morning's deals. BNP Paribas (BNPQY.PK) +16.2%, SocGen (SCGLY.PK) +14.7%, Credit Agricole (CRARY.PK) +20.3%, DB +13.7%, RBS +8.1%, UBS +7.1%.
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  • Oct. 12, 2011, 11:07 AM
    SocGen recommends overweighting the European banking sector, saying the fears surrounding it are overdone. The firm notes that current valuations are discounting a worst-case scenario, and leave significant upside potential if fears prove excessive. Some of its top picks include: Barclays (BCS +8%), Lloyds (LYG +2.3%), Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS +3.8%)
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  • Oct. 12, 2011, 9:05 AM
    Premarket gainers: LIZ +42%. AONE +15%. FRO +10%. ONXX +8%. TEL +7%. ALU +7%. BCS +6%. ING +5%. ASML +5%. DB +5%. MT +5%. RBS +5%. MPEL +5%. GNW +5%. CS +4%. DRYS +4%. YRCW +3%. SIRI +3%. S +3%. BHP +3%. NOK +3%. FCX +3%. UBS +3%. QGEN +3%. AU +3%. MCP +3%. RIO +3%.
    Losers: CHKM -5%. PCX -5%. PWER -4%. AT -4%. AA -4%. HST -3%. FSLR -3%.
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  • Oct. 7, 2011, 3:34 AM
    Moody's downgrades 12 U.K. financial institutions, citing the lowering or removal of government support. The agency cuts Lloyds TSB (LYG -3.9%) and Santander U.K. (STD) by a notch, and RBS (RBS -3.4%) by two notches. There is no change for Barclays (BCS -1.7%) and HSBC (HBC -0.1%). (PR)
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  • Sep. 26, 2011, 7:18 AM
    It's the beaten down bank shares partying hardest in Europe. SocGen (SCGLY.PK) leads the French lenders, +8%. In Milan, Intesa Sanpaolo +10.1%. Germany's Deutsche Bank (DB) +8% premarket.
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  • Sep. 19, 2011, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: GR +22%. TYC +7%. SGMO +3%.
    Losers: JKS -15%. ING -7%. LYG -7%. RBS -7%. BCS -6%. MT -6%. BBVA -5%. CS -5%. SAP -4%. LOGI -4%. RIO -4%. TEF -4%. ALU -4%. FTE -4%. SNY -4%. AMAT -4%. BHP -4%. SDRL -4%. DRYS -4%. TOT -3%. DB -4%. RBS -3%. NOK -3%. BP -3%. C-3 VOD -3%. SI -3%. STD -3%. UBS -3%.
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  • Sep. 9, 2011, 9:15 AM
    Premarket gainers: TZOO +7%.
    Losers: VRSN -10%. XRA -6%. MT -5%. BBVA -4%. RBS -4%. ALU -4%. BCS -5%. LULU -4%. RIMM -4%. LYG -4%. SI -3%. DB -3%. UBS -3%. MCD -3%.
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Company Description
Royal Bank of Scotland Group (The) PLC is an international banking and financial services company. The Company through its subsidiaries provides banking products and services to personal, commercial and large corporate and institutional customers.
Sector: Financial