Good morning: NatWest has announced plans to pay shareholders at least £ 1 billion a year over the next three years due to improved profits.

The taxpayer-controlled bank will give those returns to shareholders with a Boost an interim dividend of 3p per share and a share buyback of £ 750m worth more than £ 1.1bn.

The payout to shareholders was announced in NatWest’s interim results this morning and will crown a busy one Week for the City as a number of London’s largest companies announced record profits and improved payouts.

NatWest, 55 percent owned by the government, reported a pre-tax operating profit of 2 for the first half of 2021, £ 5 billion, up from a loss of £ 770 million in 2021

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