Technical Analysis for RBS - Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc New (The) ADS
|Grade||Last Price||% Change||Price Change|
RBS closed up 1.91 percent on Monday, June 26, 2017, on 61 percent of normal volume. The price action carved out a bearish shooting star candlestick pattern. That may indicate a downside reversal. Look for price to trade beneath the low of the shooting star for confirmation. Note that the stock is in oversold territory based on its Slow Stochastic indicator (14, 3, 3) -- sideways movement or a bounce should not be unexpected.
Trend Table & Recent Alerts
|Weak or Absent||Up||Down||Flat|
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|Date||Alert Name||Type||% Chg|
|Jun 26||Shooting Star Candlestick||Bearish||0.00%|
|Jun 26||Stochastic Buy Signal||Bullish||0.00%|
|Jun 23||Narrow Range Bar||Range Contraction||1.91%|
|Jun 23||180 Bearish Setup||Bearish Swing Setup||1.91%|
|Jun 22||Bullish Engulfing||Bullish||1.43%|
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The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc, through its subsidiaries, provides banking and financial products and services to personal, commercial, corporate, and institutional customers worldwide. Its UK Retail division offers a range of banking products and related financial services to the personal market serving customers through various channels, including a network of branches and ATMs in the United Kingdom, telephony, online, and mobile. The company's UK Corporate division provides banking, finance, and risk management services to the corporate and SME sector in the United Kingdom through a network of relationship managers, and telephone and Internet channels. The product range includes asset finance through the Lombard brand. Its Wealth division offers private banking and investment services, offshore banking services, and international private banking services. The company's International Banking division focuses on financing, transaction, and risk management services. Its Ulster Bank division provides retail and commercial bank services, including loan and deposit products through a network of branches and direct channels, as well as services to businesses and corporate customers. The company's US Retail & Commercial division offers financial services primarily through the Citizens and Charter One brands. This division is involved in retail and corporate banking activities through its branch network in 12 states in the United States and through non-branch offices in other states. Its Markets division provides debt finance, fixed income, currencies, and investor products to the corporate and institutional clients. The company's Direct Line Group division operates as a retail general insurer focusing on motor, home, rescue and other personal lines, commercial, and international insurance. The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc was founded in 1727 and is headquartered in Edinburgh, the United Kingdom.
Is RBS a Buy, Sell or Hold?
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|Oversold / Overbought|
|Summary:||Counts: 1 bullish, 2 bearish and 2 neutral indicators. You may wish to incorporate that into your trading strategies.|
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|52 Week High||7.06|
|52 Week Low||3.91|
|200-Day Moving Average||5.6878|
|50-Day Moving Average||6.5946|
|20-Day Moving Average||6.4945|
|10-Day Moving Average||6.373|
|Average True Range||0.1112|
|Chandelier Exit (Long, 3 ATRs)||6.6064|
|Chandelier Exit (Short, 3 ATRs)||6.5736|
|Upper Bollinger Band||6.8149|
|Lower Bollinger Band||6.1741|
|Percent B (%b)||0.34|
|MACD Signal Line||-0.0685|