Barclays Share Chat - BARC
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Barclays Share Discussion Threads
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|10th jan 2015 for that doomsday article savogi so at least your dredging has found something from this year - still not answered the Qs we asked though!Let's try to be honest shall we?||mattboxy|
|So Wall Street is ridiculously high||investment dave|
|This Is The Endgame,According To Deutsche Bank
So do we think we're now entering a period where central banks are increasingly impotent? The answer is that they have been for a while on growth so not much has changed. However they can still buy more assets and continue to keep policy loose. Although we don't think QE and zero interest rates does much apart from prop up an inefficient financial system it’s all we've got until we have a huge policy sea change which probably only happens in the next recession (more later).
|This is a result of western corporations going offshore to places like China and Thailand for cheapest labour and goods lots of which are substandard. Thousands of UK skilled workers lose their jobs and never work again. Countries like China and India use low paid labour with little or no benefits and flaunt emissions rules until at least the 2030s while western politicians impose carbon sanctions and taxes that cripple and kill "home" industries! .. Another triumph for the green loonies and their carbon taxes, They will not be satisfied till all our heavy industry is off-shored .
Another nail in Britain's manufacturing coffin
SSI puts Redcar steelworks into liquidation
|"Something incredible is happening in America"
|Something incredible is happening in America||investment dave|
|Any ideas what's going on with Wall Street? Getting bit silly now risen 400 points on the back of terrible farm in data||investment dave|
|That's my spending money for the weekend. Hopefully more next week. Cheers||informant|
|Shorters must have made a big profit on that leg down. I made £1793||informant|
|bloody yanks spoil a good day after the PPI news this morning!!||blackberry122|
|Just 142,000 new jobs were created in America last month. That is a big miss - much way less than the 201,000 that economist had expected. And August’s reading has been revised DOWN - to 135,000, from the original 175,000 polled last month.||ps0u3165|
|Barclays PLC (LON:BARC) insider Morzaria,Tushar acquired 76,191 shares of the business’s stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, October 1st. The shares were acquired at an average cost of GBX 246 ($3.74) per share, for a total transaction of £187,429.86 ($284,891.11).
Several research analysts recently issued reports on the stock.
Grupo Santander reaffirmed a “buy” rating and issued a GBX 340 ($5.17) price objective on shares of Barclays PLC in a report on Tuesday.
Nomura cut their target price on shares of Barclays PLC from GBX 335 ($5.09) to GBX 310 ($4.71) and set a “buy” rating for the company in a research note on Tuesday.
Morgan Stanley set a GBX 320 ($4.86) price target on shares of Barclays PLC and gave the stock a “buy” rating in a research report on Friday,
|How do you think Warren Buffet made $50bn - by medium
long term investments..he does not use a computer
|How do you think Warren Buffet made $50bn - By high frequency trading?||cmillar|
|Also is your broker charging a fee for in-activity? We are at an age where market are not an investment, but just high frequency trades. How do you think the hound of Hounslow made £20million, but investing?||informant|
|How big are you longs? That is the question. Have you been stopped out? Or are you worried that you are about to?||informant|
|Barclays is closing my current account after 49 years' loyalty because I live abroad
|Savogi when you do respond to the stress test question please let me know why you posted a 2 year old article as though it was current to present a negative view of the banks? Maybe you and ball deap would like to tell us the size of your shorts?If you r so confident of collapse you would have to be stupid not to make money from it... Would u not?||mattboxy|
|Balance requires positive and negative. The funny thing for most on here is they hate the stock as it has never delivered. When the market set new highs this trickled along denying the profits the tools and measured statistics showed it should have on the price. It is currently sat at the bottom of the tree looking up. Every bit of news takes double away what positivity gives. It has been a dog for 4 or 5 years. If anyone had fell in love with this stock it would of been an insane loon bag with cash to burn. It cannot get any lower if it tried !!!So we are sat at the bottom of the bottom and what happens next .... you decide ???||clond|
|Savogi, I agree with your sentiment but unfortunately there is little to back up your conclusion that the banks are on a knife edge. Why do you not respond to the question posed about the validity of the BoE stress test results?||davew28|
|dave LOL.. Sorry if I've touched a nerve....Just a bit of advice... It is very dangerous to fall in love with your stocks to the extent that you become irrational and blind where nobody dares mention anything negative.||savogi|
|Savogi - Fascinated by why you think the Stress tests are unreliable. I'm very familiar with them so would value your insights.....||cmillar|
|Couldn't resist a purchase on the bell. Looking cheap to me at the moment.||joemillion|