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London is a touch higher at the open, with Barclays falling almost 3%.
RBs, however, is up 3.4%, bringing gains this year for the bank to more than 16%.
FTSE 100 closes lower
The FTSE 100 closed lower after weak oil and commodity prices weighed on the index. It fell 51.55 points, or 0.71%, to 7,237.17 points.
Lloyds Banking Group and house-builder Persimmon gained 2.31% and 2.36% respectively, after both published strong results.
FTSE 100 closes higher
UK stocks edged higher on Tuesday as a Europe-wide rally after the first round of the French election lost steam.
The blue-chip FTSE 100 index ended up 0.15%, with financials, energy and healthcare stocks supporting gains.
However, shares in Whitbread slumped 7.13% after it reported annual results.
Profits at the Costa Coffee-owner rose, but it said it remained "cautious" about prospects for the next 12 months.
Market rally continues
The market rally on the back of Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of the French presidental election continues.
The FTSE 100 has held onto its gains to be up 1.7% at 7,236 points. On the continent it's a similar story with France's CAC-40 still 4.5% higher and Germany's DAX up almost 3%.
Energy firms are the biggest FTSE losers due to government plans to cap household energy bills. Centrica is down 4.5%, with SSE off 3.2%.