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Barclays Share Chat (BARC)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barclays LSE:BARC London Ordinary Share GB0031348658 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.29% 173.15p 172.25p 172.35p 174.95p 169.65p 174.45p 49,030,135 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 25,768.0 2,256.0 -0.7 - 29,090.69

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Savogi - I think that portside had a different handle before this one.alphorn
Difficult subject - the gains that generated the fines were no doubt taxed in the first place.alphorn
Just seen this on my travels. May be worth keeping an eye on for you chaps. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-35515720 George Osborne challenged on 'unclear' bank fine tax rules Chancellor George Osborne has been asked to clarify whether banks are offsetting the cost of fines they pay against tax to cut their tax bill. Treasury select committee MPs raised concerns that banks fined millions for wrongdoing may be exploiting loopholes and "unclear" rules to pay less tax. It is important taxpayers do not "bear the burden", committee chairman Andrew Tyrie told the chancellor in a letter. The Treasury said it would respond to the letter in due course. Under UK law, banks are not allowed to log fines they are forced to pay for mis-selling and other misconduct as a cost in order to reduce their profits and, in turn, the amount of tax they pay. There are also tight restrictions about off setting compensation payments to customers against tax. However, Mr Tyrie said it appeared in some circumstances banks were able to claim fines they paid to the regulator were tax deductable. He called on Mr Osborne to confirm this was not allowed, as there appeared to be "some doubt" about the rules. 'Alarming' It was "not just appropriate, but essential" that fines were not tax deductable, he said. "It is important that taxpayers are not required to to bear any part of the burden of any payment import by the FCA or overseas regulators. The bill should be picked up by the bank's shoulders." If banks were "not happy about it", they had a number of possible remedies, including controlling employees salaries and bonuses, he said. He also raised concerns that settlements reached with foreign governments were sometimes structured in a way that allowed payment to be offset against British tax. He did not know whether this suggestion was well-founded, but if it was true it would be "alarming", he said. In recent years, banks including HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and Clydesdale Bank have been fined by the FCA over misconduct.fjgooner
Ball deep I don't doubt that you have been correct in your analysis of Barclays share price what I do find hard to believe is you have some mate in a secret society who is feeding information to you.werty5
portside1 7 Feb'16 - 08:27 - 114509 of 114511 0 0 285p target I will be correct . ............ Did you mean 28.5p ; )aussiedonnie
Wertu5, Ive been passing on my wisdom for months now , it's up to you if you take it, my next big short is SKY the Saudi Arabian owned TV channel. So over valued its ridiculous.Ball Deap - 29 Sep 2015 - 21:15 - 113049 of 114394 - 0Perfect storm inbound, as I said last month EU banks and indexes are going to get killed and they are in the process of getting killed. Look at STAN, it is heading for ultimate lows as I predicted, as is the DAX. Dyor,ball deap
I also gave a tip to buy LXB AT 76P NOW 98P WILL BE 120P SOONportside1
285p target I will be correct .portside1
Great comedy on this board lol. Portside are you ball deeps illuminati mate?werty5
porty..are we there yet at 280p?...diku
Next stop £1.55paussiedonnie
portside I love the way you choose to be illiterate when it suites LOL. Your investment pots make me laugh as well. I have been investing in shares 20 years, YOU 40 years I think not. WE DO NOT GOB OFF ABOUT OUR WEALTH ON BOARDS, IT'S PATHETIC!! YOU HAVE LEARNT NOTHING. We put up with you on the SBRYS bd for long enough with bad language directed at the bd, one can only assume because you lost money, the same here, lost money, boasting about buying as the knife continued to fall. LOL.chris coxon
portside: I have played the markover 40 years... Do you mean, you have played the market for 40 years? Or have you been a makeup artist for 40 years?savogi
Do you give English lessions. Was your wealth gained laying tarmac drives.You really post a lot of unconfirmed bragging.seccol
just my family alone myself and my two daughters and their husbands and grand cuildren all over 18 our monies goes in to barcs ever month over 28k we spend only half of the cash that goes just my family barcs invests their customers money our can they not make a killing I have played the markover 40 years and have made loads bought my children detached houses bought over 30 new cars and given thousands away if they have poor bankers then if you are reading MC I AM HERE TO GIVE YOU MY SKILLS FOR FREEportside1
More than £40bn wiped off value of UK’s biggest banks since start of year in blow to millions of investors and pension savers Daily Mail http://tinyurl.com/jff8s2ujohnwise
I have no position here but have been keeping my eye on Barclays. Balldeep you seem to have read a bit too much Dan Brown and seem to be confused about what is real. Agree the share price is having a shocker but having all knowing and all seeing mates c'mon next your be saying you have the holy grail kept in your garden shed which is also the gateway to never never land.werty5
Evening gentlemen I hope your shirts are still intact. Now, I called the short on the DAX in September and most long traders thought it was a ridiculous call. Now look, it hit a 12mnth low and is about to free fall, Merkel is shotting herself. All those migrants as soros rightfully said are going to kill the EU markets , Germany's bill alone 50bln by 2017. Haha some traders are so PC / blind they didn't see it coming haha. My illuminati contact is saying stay away/stay short EU banks it's about to get big nasty. We haven't seen anything yet gents we are about to possibly witness the first market supernova for a 100 yrs according to my illuminati contact, East India style. Pls pls pls trade safe, do not blow up, trade the DCB's, take these as words of wisdom, strings are being pulled from the shadows beyond the eyes of scum like us.ball deap
Something wrong I think, you can't give away the Barclays CoCo bonds. Perhaps Lloyds ECN rip off call on their CoCo have spooked investors.montyhedge
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