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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barclays LSE:BARC London Ordinary Share GB0031348658 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.45 -1.30% 262.95 262.70 262.85 266.00 261.35 265.50 20,765,703 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 25,768.0 2,256.0 -0.7 - 44,017.83

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04/7/2015
08:23
interesting link from Bloomberg re Greece referendum http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-03/greece-referendum-what-happens-if-it-s-a-no-astol
03/7/2015
23:37
Aston nail on the head can't agree more!scemer
03/7/2015
11:20
Re Greece-I reckon that when the Greeks are actually at the ballot box they will vote YES-and that it will be a 60:40 majority in favour of a YES vote.The country may want to consider going alone but sense will prevail. What an exciting w/e ahead what with Wimbledon and Greece!!!astol
03/7/2015
08:28
the new chairman has still not spoken and has taken over 2m in pay does he earn over 4m to speak once a year . or is he as the lady on cnbc not very good a userportside1
03/7/2015
01:53
diku - sshhhhh you almost woke me up :-)keifer derrin
02/7/2015
22:37
What not a single post today..diku
01/7/2015
19:00
Alphorn...post 112291 you couldn't have said it better!...yes me thinks Greeks need a team of Political people from the top to bottom who are acting in the very best interest of other Greeks....diku
01/7/2015
18:07
"Maverick/ Bi Polar" flatters astol. When it comes to being a leader of his country in the EU then he's very much a man alone in his own company,and BAD company at that!mrcravat
01/7/2015
16:26
DrB - It is difficult to know whether the current measures could actually work as the Greeks have failed to collect proper taxes over the recent years and have not (it seems) taken adequate steps on what had been agreed previously. When you have a team of clowns you have a circus.alphorn
01/7/2015
15:33
"mr cravat-so will the referendum not happen-talk about a bit of a U turn" Yep it will still happen I think..but it would be a referendum about something that's not really on the table,ie them being offered a choice on austerity,with austerity in whatever degree the only real outcome with the EU,and they are ostriches if they think that voting against austerity in their isolated member State will resolve anything. Any "yes" vote for austerity would make the present Government position untenable,though maybe that's what the present Gov want and the best solution in the medium term for all concerned..mrcravat
01/7/2015
12:50
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-07-01/greece-bailout-compromise-bid-faces-resistance-on-trust-deficit Tsipras cedibility a real concern now!!!!!-he must go!!!astol
01/7/2015
12:47
I gather the acceptance of the bail out offer has not been accepted because of the conditions tabled by Tsipras-he really does not have any power of negotiation and especially with not paying the IMF- who does he think he is ZEUS?????astol
01/7/2015
11:38
mr cravat-so will the referendum not happen-talk about a bit of a U turnastol
01/7/2015
10:53
Sky News Newsdesk ‏@SkyNewsBreak 2m2 minutes ago Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says he will accept international creditors' bailout offer with several conditionsmrcravat
01/7/2015
10:42
CNBC headlines.cmillar
01/7/2015
10:28
ADP-what is the source of your post-certainly something afoot as Barc flying up some 6p nowastol
01/7/2015
10:24
European stock markets surged on reports that Greece may be willing to accepts the reforms required by its international creditors. London's FTSE is up by 1.2%, Frankfurt's Dax is 1.61% higher, but the bigger riser is France's Cac, which is up 1.7%.adp
01/7/2015
10:16
If anyone is interested in the events that are currently influencing the world currency and stock, and bond markets minute by minute (commodities unusually remaining unperturbed!!). http://www.theguardian.com/business/live/2015/jul/01/greek-debt-crisis-creditors-consider-next-moves-after-imf-default-live It looks like its going to be a YES on Sunday......with more 'talking'. It should take the sting out the rout....temporarily :)mani2013
01/7/2015
08:56
Are they just voting to stay in Europe?...and if so does it mean Greeks have to accept the austerity measures...it seems the 2 issues are inter linked as some Greeks want to stay in Europe but cannot accept the current austerity measures or any greater austerity measures or they want it relaxed...if you know what I mean!!...diku
01/7/2015
08:48
Oh well- I will add my thoughts and keep the BB ticking. Relating to Greece/the forthcoming referendum and banking sector- the capital controls now in place and default with the IMF I believe that the Greek people will favour staying in the euro-if Greece returns to the Drachma then the country will not be able to stand on its own feet.Its one thing to vote for a Grexit but the reality is there is too much risk-so sense will prevail-The positive start today in the FTSE and Barc shows a positive outcome-a Yes vote for Greece staying in the euro. Great to see some good blue on the Barc sp today-oversold- see strong support at 260/261p and bearing in mind the drop in the FTSE and Dow plus the Greek scenario the sp has traded in a 260-273p range. Results on 29 July-300p is my target by thenastol
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