Royal Mail revenue and GDPR

(Alex Sherwood) #1

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(Vladislav Kozub) #2

If only those local takeaways knew about GDPR and stopped putting their maculature into the post box…

(Viktor) #3

@freetrade_cal would know much better than me - I doubt GDPR applies to them, as no personal data is involved as far as I know.

Interesting point about Royal Mail revenue though. I remember I checked the stock out before (for the dividend and because of my ideas about the impact of ecommerce…), but it was at an all-time high.

(Max cobos) #5

Hopefully they’ll be able to deliver stuff on time or quicker then! :grin:


Staff not happy about value dropping I see

(Alex Sherwood) #7

(Vladislav Kozub) #8

If the market knew the workers will have their right to sell with no tax paid on X date, is it not just a logical reaction to sell off before the workers will? The share price would have gone down either way, but it seems like the institutional investors simply mitigated their risks.


Yea a shame ,but this is how the stock market works

(Chris) #10

Given Royal Mail is due to be replaced in the FtSE 100 by Hiscox, are there any plans to include Hiscox in the investable universe?