Expect much more discussion, and some varying views, as the debate on banking continues. But here's where we end our live text coverage of proceedings in the Commons. You can continue following developments on the BBC Parliament Channel and on BBC Democracy Live.
Meanwhile, Labour's debate on banking is under way in the Commons. Shadow Treasury minister Chris Leslie says the industry is not "licking its wounds" and that the situation feels "like business as usual".
The atmosphere was indeed quieter than is sometimes the case at Prime Minister's Questions, but stately and refined it was not. And, of course, if one side stays quiet the risk is that the one not being heckled will win the day.
If you remember, all the talk last week was about Ed Miliband wanting to create a more sober atmosphere at PMQs. BBC Political Editor Nick Robinson agrees on Daily Politics that there has been no cross-Commons "truce".
Justice Minister Shailesh Vara accuses Labour of not caring whether RBS shares gain value.
Labour's Caroline Flint says that, whatever the suggested restrictions, RBS bankers will have a "fantastic package".
On Daily Politics BBC political editor Nick Robinson says, of the RBS bonuses issue brought up by Ed Miliband, that MPs had "good sport".
Conservative Andrew Bridgen cheekily jokes that Ed Miliband has said in the past that what French President Francois Hollande is doing in his country "I want to do in Britain". He means regarding the economy, of course. After the laughter dies down the PM says helping business is a proper plan for the UK economy. Thus ends PMQs for this week.