Royal Mail: Packaged for Success?

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Oct. 11 (Bloomberg) –- Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde reports on Royal Mail’s stocks being scaled down for institutional investors in favor of small investors. She speaks to Mark Barton and Anna Edwards on Bloomberg Television’s “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)

We have been talking about the fact that it has been oversubscribed.

Get away from the controversy and strip down to the bare bones of the business.

150,000 employees.

The internet may be a blessing in disguise.

Few of us are posting letters.

But i send e-mails.

I might send letters.

This is the fact.

53% of the parcel delivery market, it's a dominant player, the biggest in the uk.

But that in perspective, 50 for seven percent ahead of the key rivals -- 57%. that is more than double the profit we see at tnt express.

The growth online, think of how many people get their online commerce cross-border delivery, this is an area royal mail has been investing in and can be gross.

The biggest ipo since glenn core , one point 7 billion pounds.

Actually had to scale back the amount of institution investors, the amount of the bigger players.

Just shy going to institutional investors.

The government opposition saying this is a bonanza for speculators because you have to pay a little bit of policy for this.

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