Finding positives in its results is like finding your tickets to a panto have survived your house burning down
A requirement to sell off Williams & Glyn looks set to be dropped in favour of RBS making a £750m payment to boost competition in business banking
The Government owns 72 per cent of the bank
Coutts, owned by Royal Bank of Scotland, allowed a total of $2.4bn worth of assets related to the Malaysian development fund to flow through accounts in Switzerland
Another trading statement, another thumping loss, the good part of RBS is always going to struggle to get noticed while the bank has so many issues
The pressure is on the Financial Conduct Authority to act in the wake of the latest revelations about the activities of the bank's Global Restructuring Group, which dealt with troubled business borrowers
Such has been the state of the global economy in recent years, it is hardly surprising that intense anger has been directed not only at banks, but also at traditional political parties, the 'mainstream' media and anything perceived to be part of an out of touch establishment
New documents show bank gave bonuses to staff who could identify firms to be ‘restructured’.
Another big loss, plans to float Williams & Glyn dropped, more criticism from analysts. Taxpayers are entitled to ask chief executive Ross McEwan when the improvements he keeps talking about are going to come
Chief executive blames loss on 'legacy issues'
Earliest and most violent response seen in the foreign exchange forums as sterling sinks to $1.35 against the dollar - lows not witnessed since 1985
His comments followed Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that he will step down later this year
RBS used Harry Potter films to 'make £1bn in tax breaks'; EDF extends life of UK nuclear plants; Anglo American full-year loss doubles as revenue slumps on lower commodity prices
Atom Bank offers a security system based on selfies, an app instead of branches, and design inspired by video games
A Royal Bank of Scotland chief has told investors to flee the markets, but Simon Read finds share forecasts are fallible and panic selling brings losses