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
  -1.00p -0.63% 157.08p 157.06p 157.12p 158.00p 155.90p 157.98p 2,320,286 09:50:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 16.7 -

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30/5/2019
12:56
Holding this one in hope rather than expectation.
claret dragon
30/5/2019
09:02
Barclays boost underlines growth of foreign investment in Glasgow Plans by the banking giant to double the size of its Scottish workforce by adding up to 2,500 staff at its Buchanan Wharf development came in a year which saw the number of new foreign direct investments in the city grow by 26 per cent to 83, according to Glasgow City Council. Susan Aitken, leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “This has been another tremendous year for inward investment. https://www.heraldscotland.com/business_hq/17673048.barclays-boost-underlines-growth-of-foreign-investment-in-glasgow/
johnwise
29/5/2019
23:46
Be afraid. Be very afraid !Dow Jones breached the 25,000 mark today increasing the chances of a pullback to 21,500 and dragging the FTSE stocks with it. If 21,500 breaks we are heading for a deep world recession.Watch the Monthly index charts. Could this be the end of the Bull market and the beginning of the Bear market ? Not quite there yet. But this could be the beginning of the end.The Dow Jones behaviour over the next two months is VERY VERY crucial.The charts and signals of the 2008 crash are still fresh in my mind. I hope 21,500 holds. For all our sakes ! Good Luck to you all.
mani2013
29/5/2019
17:21
buywell has more positions than the Kamasutra Being flexible in times of stress or excitement is a prerequisite for being a successful investor
buywell3
29/5/2019
16:43
All the new poor MEP's starting on £45k only,travelling expenses and other fiddles to follow.
hasin
29/5/2019
13:43
well all the talk from our so called ceo about buy backs and still nothing from the dud
portside1
29/5/2019
11:03
FTSE at crucial level around 7150 - 7160...if it goes lower gate is open to 6800...
diku
29/5/2019
08:35
The Nigel Farage 28th May 2019 VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX35_JDsV84
johnwise
29/5/2019
08:15
IF THEY IS A SNAP G/E NIGEL SHOULD PUT IN ISMANEFESTO , WE WILL SELL OFF THE BBC
portside1
29/5/2019
08:12
Backed up by your positions buywell? If not, why not.
alphorn
29/5/2019
08:11
The USA markets today are key It looks to me like they could be going into reverse gear If so another slide is on the cards 20% drop this time if it happens as punters lured in at xmas scramble for the exit Luring old stayers last time to follow DJIA to 21000 is my call by the end of next month dyor
buywell2
29/5/2019
07:57
Looks like a poor start, I have the FT 100 coming in at - 47
jpjohn1
29/5/2019
07:56
As long as Parliament is full of Europhiles, no Brexit supporting PM can ever get the EU to agree to an acceptable deal for the U.K. Every attempt is undermined by MPs who just won't accept leaving under any circumstances. The EU know that as long as they don't give in on the Backstop, Westminster will never allow No Deal and there will ultimately have to be a second referendum. It may be necessary to accept a general election, unseat all the Remain Tory MPs and even have to suffer the risk of a Labour government in the process. Personally I think if a strong Brexit PM sticks to their guns, most of the missing voters will return but either way, I can't see Corbyn getting an outright majority in any circumstance so the worst of Corbyn and McDonnels policies would never get passed. It would be a longer wait but at least after that a Tory government full of Brexiteer MPs could take us out properly. At that point the full effects of the Lisbon Treaty would be known and Brexit assured.
warranty
29/5/2019
07:15
Nobody has called BARC better than buywell for the last 3 years.
buywell2
28/5/2019
22:23
bernie on the 18th March he said "Barclays shares are capable of a miracle in the weeks ahead by Alistair Strang from Trends and Targets | 18th March 2019 08:46 Already up 10% in 2019, our technical analyst reveals how Barclays shares can keep the rally alive. Barclays (LSE:BARC) Today, Barclays (LSE:BARC) shares require to close a session above, roughly, 173.528p to better the ruling downtrend since 2007 and enter the land of milk and honey. As a result, we need to look at any near-term scenario which should prove capable of pulling off such a miracle. To our surprise, there is something going on which theoretically should prove capable of such in the weeks ahead. The immediate situation is fairly forthright with two, quite seperate, criteria claiming movement now above 167p should bring some recovery to an initial 173p. If it achieves this ambition following the current Brexit date, it will better the trend. Closure above the blue line on the chart below enters a longer-term cycle to an initial 186p and hopefully beyond. As the chart shows, these calculations are not terribly important in the great scheme of things, other than to prove a downtrend since the beginning of time can be exceeded. The movements risk being consigned to the grey mist of history until such time as Barclays starts to achieve higher highs, essentially trading above 212p. To us, this means while 173p has become very probable, the share price is going to require considerably more before we dare to express optimism for a longer-term future. If Barclays intends to fall off a cliff, the price needs to trade below just 157p to spell danger. A movement such as this will tend to draw it back into the clutches of 148p and below, perhaps considerably below. For now, we're a little optimistic for 173p. "
m1k3y1
28/5/2019
19:43
Looks like Bramson was right
m1k3y1
28/5/2019
17:46
Barclays shares could dive 23% if they break this level by Alistair Strang from Trends and Targets | 28th May 2019 09:00 After a recent tumble, our chartist explains why Barclays shares threaten to open the 'gates of gloom'. Barclays (LSE:BARC) Our previous review of Barclays (LSE:BARC) had a pretty miserable expectation should the share price break below our drop target. Unfortunately, this has now happened and there's the slimmest of margins inhibiting it opening the gates of gloom. The problem number is currently 148.82p. Barclays shares: A fly in the ointment In the event Barclays closes a session below 148.823p, we're looking for traffic down to an initial 136p. To be blunt, if it even trades below 147p, it shall be viewed as entering this reversal cycle. Our secondary, if 136p breaks, calculates at 114p. It's rather worrying to note, we've two quite distinct arguments suggesting Barclays share price intends take a visit down to the 114p level eventually. About the only encouraging signal left is fairly simple. The share has not yet closed below the red uptrend since 2009, hence our fascination with 148.823p. However, the share price has broken below this trend during the last two sessions, so we'd be far from confident the trend line shall hold. There's obviously the risk of the somewhat confused series of political results from the EU election entering the fray, if any of the mainstream politicians actually can decide what they stand for. At present, Barclays is required to exceed 165p to convince us it has exited the drop zone to 136p eventually. Visually, there's quite a strong suggestion the price will head to 136p, execute some sort of short-lived bounce, then eventually wander downward to 114p. It needs to exceed 166p to signal our misery is misplaced, allowing recovery to an initial 174p. If bettered, secondary is at 191p.
bernie37
28/5/2019
15:29
Watch 'The Big Short' if you haven't already. It explains in detail how these loans are managed.
m1k3y1
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