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Barclays Plc 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
  +0.86p +0.57% 151.60p 151.92p 151.96p 152.74p 149.30p 150.50p 30,890,820 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 16.1 26,140.46

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18/6/2019
21:03
The tv debate tonight a total waste it time ,Were did they drag those asking questions from They were set up to ask stupid questions The bbc is a stinking rotten org and should be sold off Or broken up in to pieces and sold off Stop the tv licence make the scum earn their money it would be bankrupt in 4 weeks The bbc. A stinking rotten left wing org anti U.K.
portside1
18/6/2019
20:33
Barclays lost one of its big European dealmakers on Friday by Sarah Butcher About a day ago Roger Jenkins Barclays bonus Sad times in Barclays' London chemicals team. Insiders say the bank lost its big European dealmaker last week. Jean de Miramon, head of the bank's EMEA chemicals investment banking team is understood to have resigned. Miramon's destination is unclear and Barclays isn't commenting on his exit. Newsletter sign up Get the latest career advice and insight from eFinancialCareers straight to your inbox Sign up De Miramon, who can be seen opining about the chemicals industry three years ago here, has worked in the chemicals sector for over 20 years. Insiders say he was BofA's big originator in the sector and dealt with key clients like Evonik Industries, a maker of animal nutrition ingredients. De Miramon's exit follows a dip in the number of chemicals deals globally in 2018 according to Deloitte. However the first quarter of 2019 was particularly active for chemicals M&A, with the announcement of Aramco’s acquisition of a majority stake in SABIC for $69 billion and Merck KGaA’s €5.8 billion acquisition of Versum. De Miramon is likely to have the rest of the summer off as he sits out his notice period before turning up somewhere else. Barclays is promising to cut bonuses in its investment bank as it seeks to boost returns. The British bank has been trimming managing directors in an attempt to cut costs.
bernie37
18/6/2019
20:32
Barclays lost one of its big European dealmakers on Friday | eFinancialCareers hxxps://news.efinancialcareers.com/no-en/3001382/jean-de-miramon-barclays
bernie37
18/6/2019
20:01
Been in Birmingham all day just back train packed ,We had a meeting about the party ,we all agree no boris no party we will vote Nigel . End off .Not one person said anything different ,
portside1
18/6/2019
17:37
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Barclays announces the appointment of Daniel Zimbaldi as a Managing Director in Financial Institutions Group (FIG) M&A. Mr. Zimbaldi will be based in New York. Mr. Zimbaldi joins Barclays with close to 15 years of experience in banking, most recently as a Managing Director at Evercore in the Depositories and Specialty Finance Group. Prior to joining Evercore in 2014, Mr. Zimbaldi was a Director in the Financial Institutions Group at Deutsche Bank Securities from 2008, before which he was an Associate at Lehman Brothers. Selected notable transactions that Mr. Zimbaldi has been involved in include advising Fiduciary Network on its sale process, American Chartered Bancorp on the sale to MB Financial, CIT Group on the acquisition of NACCO, GE Capital on the sale of Business Properties to Everbank, Lehman Brothers Holdings on the sale of Aurora Bank’s assets, MetLife on the sale of MetLife Bank’s assets, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) on the sales of IndyMac Bank, R-G Premier Bank, Westernbank and Eurobank. “Dan has an exceptional record of performance in the financial institutions sector, and brings to Barclays a deep roster of key relationships and extensive M&A experience,” said Larry Hamdan, Head of M&A Americas. “His appointment is further evidence of our commitment to operating a top-tier FIG M&A franchise.” “Dan is an outstanding addition to our FIG team, and his extensive industry knowledge and transaction experience will be of considerable value to our clients,” added Tom Vandever, Head of FIG Americas. “He will help us to further drive our M&A business, building on our strong momentum in advising financial services companies.” Barclays is a leader in Investment Banking in financial services, having been involved in a number of the most significant M&A transactions globally over the course of the last 12 months, including sellside advisory roles for AssuredPartners, Advisor Group, Ascensus, Walmart Canada Bank and HealthMarkets; acting as buyside advisor to Victory Capital Management on its acquisition of USAA Asset Management Company, and as sole financial advisor to Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank in its three-way merger with Union National Bank and Al Hilal Bank. Barclays has also acted as joint-bookrunner on the four largest FIG U.S. equity offerings year-to-date: TradeWeb Markets’ $1.2 billion IPO, Annaly Capital Management’s $840 million follow-on, and two follow-on offerings of shares of AXA Equitable Holdings; and as joint-bookrunner on the two largest EME equity offerings year to date: Nexi SpA’s €2.1 billion IPO, and Network International Holdings plc’s £1.2 billion IPO. Mr. Zimbaldi will start at Barclays in September 2019. Barclays is a transatlantic consumer and wholesale bank offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, with a strong presence in our two home markets of the UK and the US. With over 325 years of history and expertise in banking, Barclays operates in over 40 countries and employs approximately 83,500 people. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. For further information about Barclays, please visit our website www.barclays.com
bernie37
18/6/2019
16:43
2 thirds of millennials not paying into a pension, like portside said, all after free money..like tax credits etc, government havent got the balls to tackle the elephant in the room. even david cameron said befere he left office, that 9/10 familys recieve some form of welfare.
hellscream
18/6/2019
08:03
Portside - As I've said 'I've lost interest': I didn't watch it! How can I be embarrassed by something I didn't see?
kenbachelor
17/6/2019
22:00
Ken the jobless in the U.K. as never been so. Good The problem we have is these immigrants and brits are now breeding like rats for benefits and free homes Not one person in power will speak about the real issue on climate change And you no as well as ever other smart and bright person It is POPULATION. That is killing the planet Yet no one in power or climate change will mention or speak about it ,In 1911 the world population was around 1.2 b 2019 8billion Women breeding like rats for free hand outs All fact not fiction
portside1
17/6/2019
19:09
Portside - No I wasn't a bit embarrassed, because I've lost interest. Everybody with any common sense at all knew that it would cost a fortune in moth money terms and in jobs. Then those who lose their jobs blame it on Brexit; that's what they voted for.
kenbachelor
17/6/2019
17:38
Labour’s deputy leader and shadow culture secretary Tom Watson outlined his vision for Labour as a party of “Remain” in a speech on Monday supporting a second vote on Brexit. Watson described a new referendum as the “least worst option." He said he came to the view “that parliament will not be able to get a deal on Brexit and therefore the only choice, reluctantly, is to ask the people to take another look at it." "Pro-European is who we are and who we have always been. Our members are remain. Our values are remain. Our hearts are remain,” Watson said. "Our future doesn't need to be Brexit. We can change our future. We can put Britain back at the heart of Europe again. "We can be proud of leading the fight for a fairer and stronger future, together. But we can only achieve this future if Labour fights for it and champions it. It's time we do that." Watson is not alone in arguing Labour needs to support a second Brexit vote. Labour MP and supporter of the pro-EU Best for Britain campaign David Lammy told Yahoo Finance UK: "Tom is absolutely right. My party should be making the case for staying in the EU loudly and proudly. "We should be making that case because our dreams of transforming this country are best aided inside the EU, not out in the cold having wrecked our economy. "And beyond that, we should be making the case for staying in because we are internationalists. We cannot be happy just transforming the UK — we must have bigger ambitions than that. We want to change the lives of working people around the world and the EU can help." Labour’s front bench seems split on the EU question. Shadow Brexit secretary Keir Starmer, and most of the shadow Brexit team, now support a second referendum. However, party chairman Ian Lavery and those in leader Jeremy Corbyn’s office are far more sceptical of another public vote. One shadow frontbencher on the left of the party told Yahoo Finance UK: “Labour members are overwhelmingly in favour of a public vote and want Labour to campaign for remain in that referendum. Jeremy leads a member-led party and so sooner or later he will have to recognise that he needs to genuinely move position. Members will make that happen at Labour’s party conference if he doesn’t shift before then.” Particularly among the new MPs, there still appears to be a significant degree of scepticism towards a public vote. Many MPs take the view that they were elected on a platform that included a promise to leave the EU, and that a referendum on the deal would break that promise.
bernie37
17/6/2019
14:56
I have to say: Channel 4 News is now a terrible program I used to watch it several years ago It's so toxic now I'd sooner watch paint dry The Tory wannabes made fools of themselves Like performing circus clowns
buywell2
17/6/2019
14:55
Bob's big bet: Barclays' purchase of Lehman Brothers 10 years later | Top News | IFRe hxxp://www.ifre.com/bobs-big-bet-barclays-purchase-of-lehman-brothers-10-years-later/21356030.fullarticle
bernie37
17/6/2019
13:25
Ken were you not embarrassed with those clowns last night Stop these tv debates it is damaging the U.K. it was like fault towers reborn
portside1
17/6/2019
11:15
Boris you did right the c4 farce was just that a farce C4 is a left wing cult
portside1
17/6/2019
08:29
Trump may raise Hong Kong protests with Xi as city remains a thorn in Beijing's side https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/17/asia/china-hong-kong-us-protests-intl-hnk/index.html
johnwise
17/6/2019
08:19
After Trump stopped the US rebuilding Communist China with one way free trade-imposed tariffs China's Growth Slowed https://www.investing.com/analysis/chinas-wolf-not-dragon-200431902
johnwise
17/6/2019
08:03
Five political clowns busy playing to the gallery. Would appear that the five wannabe idiots all wimps vying for the Tory leadership actually shot themselves in the foot and were set up to tear into each other in full view of the nation, a party at war. Boris Johnson's non-appearance was the sensible move. Channel 4 is a toxic British hating channel that started independant but was soon taken under the wing of the BBC! It is Not just their News CH4 is the agenda driven Propagander channel for the youth that feeds them Agenda driven BS in EVERY program all funded by the TV Tax as they are an offshoot of the BBC.
johnwise
17/6/2019
07:58
Probably not CJD cases being misdiagnosed as Alzheimer’s People suffering from the fatal brain disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) may be being misdiagnosed as having other types of dementia, new research suggests. htTp://journals.rcni.com/nursing-standard/cjd-cases-being-misdiagnosed-as-alzheimers-ns.8.46.14.s35
buywell3
17/6/2019
07:57
Morning all, FT 100 looks like to start at + 15. About time for a good day here :)
jpjohn1
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