NatWest Group (NWG.L) Is Bringing New Changes Resulted From Covid-19

In 2021, the NatWest Group is doing great compared to last year. If in September 2020, the share price was at about 93GBP, today it has developed to 190GBP. The latest major decrease happened in January of 2021, it decreased to 147GBP. However, very soon the company was able to recover and raise its share price. On the 19th of July, it opens at 197GBP, which is lower than the previous close by 2.8GBP. The average volume is 19,9 million GBP. The EPS is -3.50. After the COVID-19 altered how individuals banks and organizations functioned, NatWest Group expects nearly nine out of ten of its employees to work primarily from home in the future.

The FTSE 100-listed bank anticipates 32% of employees to work remotely first, and 55% of jobs would be hybrid, requiring a combination of working from home and offices or bank branches. Only around 13% of the company’s workers will be classified as “office first” meaning they would work mostly in the company’s buildings.

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