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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  +0.32p +0.21% 149.62p 149.60p 149.66p 151.88p 149.34p 150.44p 8,619,246 13:17:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 15.9 -

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/6/2019
08:38
Airbus rubbing their hands with glee?...
diku
27/6/2019
06:23
Banks are now olde out dated Institutions New wealthy corporations will increasingly take market shares off them As will a variety of crypto currencies linked to many of those corporations that sell on line.
buywell3
26/6/2019
15:29
Fund managers bypass banks in meeting with CEOs - WSJ Jun. 26, 2019 10:24 AM ET|About: Bank of America Corporation (BAC)|By: Liz Kiesche, SA News Editor A group of fund managers is banding together to organize a series of private conferences where their analysts get to meet CEOs of the companies in which they invest, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the matter. That threatens millions of dollars that Wall Street banks make each year for introducing their investor clients to the managers in whose companies they own stock. Fidelity Investments, Capital Group, Wellington Management, T. Rowe Price Group (TROW +0.1%), and Norway's government fund are planning such conferences on their own, the people told the WSJ. The conference being organized by the five firms could threaten popular conferences hosted by banks including Barclays (BCS +1.3%) and Bank of America (BAC +0.9%). Corporate access has been one of the few cash cows left for banks and their research arms as companies increasingly borrow straight from loan funds, without hiring a bank to underwrite and place the debt. Also, solo advisers help them design complex derivatives for much less that what Goldman Sachs (GS +0.6%) or JPMorgan Chase (JPM +1.2%) would charge.
bernie37
26/6/2019
15:22
Looking for at least 175p by beginning of aug
portside1
26/6/2019
15:20
Yes and I have added another lot at 147p
portside1
26/6/2019
14:08
Bought today at 148.5p
claret dragon
26/6/2019
13:46
Yes think smart money would prefer a capitulation down to 125 - 130p...current price is becoming too stale...
diku
26/6/2019
13:21
not much to encourage II's to get in I suppose. It's been on the downward trajectory for years so something has to happen to turn the share price around otherwise going lower perhaps down to £1.30?
ric0chet
26/6/2019
09:47
Too many II's won't touch banks with a barge pole.
jordaggy
26/6/2019
09:22
4 undervalued FTSE 100 stocks? BP plc, Barclays plc, Persimmon plc and Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc Barclays currently trades on a P/E ratio of around 7. I’m struggling to find many FTSE 100 stocks with lower ratings just now, which suggests to me that investors have a pessimistic view on the bank’s prospects. However, with Barclays forecast to post a rise in EPS of 13% this year and it having strengthened its business model through asset disposals and reinvestment, I think it may prove to be undervalued over the long run. https://investomania.co.uk/2019/06/4-undervalued-ftse-100-stocks-bp-plc-barclays-plc-persimmon-plc-and-royal-bank-of-scotland-group-plc/
johnwise
26/6/2019
08:31
Yes he is trying to do that But too many other MACROS are cropping up that will force his hand very soon IMO World inflation due to increased animal protein and cereal/crop prices being one of them
buywell3
26/6/2019
08:26
Massaging the markets without having to cut rates...
diku
26/6/2019
06:54
FED Chairman has indicated the USA markets are overblown due to his previous comments about rate cuts which have pushed markets to historical highs as fundamentals are looking worse , Global tensions are rising , GOLD is rocketing upwards, trade sanctions remain unresolved , and USA job numbers plus consumer confidence is waning. He spoke yesterday re a slowing Global economy and the USA markets wobbled
buywell3
26/6/2019
06:08
Will we have a better day, Staley as a month to give out better results which he said is hard work had put barcs in a great place , if it's not he should resign as a failure and a liar He has milked the bank along with is mates ,But has failed to return barcs for the owners in is tenure of False statements ,Aug 1st.
portside1
25/6/2019
18:14
Barclays believes a market "melt-up" could be on the horizon if three things materialize in the near future: A trade truce, Federal Reserve rate cuts and the economic slowdown only being a soft patch. The so-called melt-up refers to a sharp move higher driven by investors late to the game looking to get in on a momentum shift. It is often a sign of a late-stage bull market. A melt-up "is indeed possible, but would require a confluence of several outcomes: 1)Trade tensions decrease substantially; 2) The Fed eases aggressively; 3) The current industrial slowdown remains a soft patch and does not morph into a full recession," Maneesh Deshpande, head of equity derivatives strategy at Barclays, said in a note Tuesday. "Although this is not our most probable scenario, we acknowledge that its likelihood has increased."
bernie37
25/6/2019
16:13
IMO it is not just the Banking Sector The retail sector The Travel sector The building sector All of them are showing weakness as consumer spending slows The only thing holding up UK markets is the USA and FED talk re rate cutting Carney the Canadian is jumping on the same bandwagon instead of a plane home
buywell2
25/6/2019
15:59
One can pick few companies with share prices trading at multi year lows with eyes shut...
diku
25/6/2019
15:26
War, brexit, fintec.
jordaggy
25/6/2019
15:01
barc down last 3 days and again down today ,any news ?
rasl5
25/6/2019
14:56
There's simply no demand for the stock...a very long barge pole comes to mind.
jordaggy
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