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
  -0.26p -0.16% 164.00p 164.86p 165.08p 170.38p 161.44p 162.76p 106,587,171 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 17.4 28,279

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01/7/2019
08:38
Hunt is a olly fan he fed olly the fake news to stop Brexit with liar May Never trust a remainer they are liars plain and simple liars
portside1
01/7/2019
08:09
Oily Bobbins , toxic T's adviser , has handed in his cards before he was booted out. He is getting a BIG paid job in the city after his sterling work and success regarding delaying Brexit for 2 years plus. Toxic T wants to be remembered for improving schools for children by spending around 13 Bn on them . She does not want her legacy to be as : The worst PM that the Tory Party ever had.
buywell2
30/6/2019
21:36
52% voted out should we never except any result unless it 75%Then the country would come to a halt I do not like having to pay the bbc 154 a year to pay scum millions and would love the U.K. to vote on this issue that would be 90% for getting rid of the stinking rotten bbc
portside1
30/6/2019
17:41
Portside you really do post some nonsense.
m1k3y1
30/6/2019
16:42
Why is it it is only the losers rioting and coursing the U.K. to look bad , I have wondered when will you start to shoot leavers with guns Because you are so bitter losers that all laws have no meaning to you losers
portside1
30/6/2019
16:00
HomeLatest NewsNo Cash and No Branch? Nah! Young Consumers Want Bricks and Mortar Services. Banks Big Picture Latest News No Cash and No Branch? Nah! Young Consumers Want Bricks and Mortar Services. by The Fintech TimesJune 30, 2019 The rush to close high street bank branches may be premature, according to the latest research from digital product agency, Somo. Young adults (18-24) starting out on their banking journey claim to use a bricks and mortar branch more than 25-44 year olds. A staggering 41.7% of the 18-24 year age group surveyed state that a branch is the main place for them to do their banking. This is at odds with the record rate that bank branches are closing around the country; more than 60 a month, according to Which?. In contrast to their younger peers, the 25-44 year-old group prefer to manage the majority of their banking online or via mobile, despite having more numerous and more complex banking needs. The disparity in behaviours between the two groups so close in age speaks to the need for financial services to recognise the different life-stages and needs of customers and thus offer a blended approach, by fusing digital and physical products and services. This desire for combining digital in-branch is echoed in the research. All age groups wanted shorter queues while better self-serve options like kiosks came second. Face time with advisors was most valued by the 25-34 age group which was prioritising budgeting and were the most likely to seek personalised advice. The new research which surveyed 1000 UK adults also revealed: The majority (63%) of UK banking customers prefer to interact with their bank(s) online, but a further 23% still want to visit a branch. Contactless payments is preferred by 38% of Brits, but 33% would use card or cash and another 27% would prefer to use cash only. Over half (56%) of Britons still use bank branches to deposit cheques while 44% use it to deposit or withdraw large sums. Over a third (35%) said it was the main place that they banked. 43% of Brits are either very or somewhat negative about a cashless society. Access to digital banking is more important than ever, providing convenience as well as actively helping people understand and manage their money better. But there is growing evidence to suggest that it is important to offer consumers choice, and that a move to the so-called ‘cashless̵7; society may be too rapid for some groups of customers, and will have a negative impact on communities and other businesses. Which? found that cash machines were disappearing at a rate of nearly 500 a month between June and December 2018. The Labour Party has proposed a publicly-owned banking network, Post Bank, to be based within the Post Office network, providing up to 3,600 branches nationwide. The Party’s shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, said: “Poor access to local bank branches hurts our town centres and local communities, particularly affecting elderly and more vulnerable customers, as well as damaging the ability of local small businesses to invest.”
adrian j boris
30/6/2019
14:42
Farage plots £200 BILLION plan to rebuild regions outside London | Daily Mail Online https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7197271/Farage-plots-200-BILLION-plan-rebuild-regions-outside-London.html
bernie37
30/6/2019
14:31
Boris is a buffoon ......he will ultimately lead us into a general election.
m1k3y1
30/6/2019
13:28
Barcs to start to rise ,That's the good news Just remember if boris fails then Nigel will be the next pm
portside1
30/6/2019
13:27
He was not very bright ,ne very done a days work in is life so he must be smart buy their again is family had money
portside1
30/6/2019
13:15
Jeremy hunt , not fit to be a mp never mind a pm He is worse than MAY the liar If boris is not pm and if the scum remain mps do not back him Then the U.K. will vote for Nigel The Conservative party needs to no it's their final act if they again betray the U.K. public ,Boris to stop the U.K. giving over 15 b in over sea aid That's great news stop the 39 b to the scum Eu if they do not sign a proper deal
portside1
30/6/2019
12:39
porty were you in the same school as Corbyn?...
diku
30/6/2019
12:29
Boris Johnson ‘might never enter No 10’ if MPs withdraw support https://uk.news.yahoo.com/boris-johnson-might-never-enter-230503104.html
bernie37
30/6/2019
00:23
Now off to Wigan have a good night
portside1
30/6/2019
00:22
Farage we are now gathering speed I am doing my bit and it is turning it a massive victory I will die happy to see the liblab destroyed
portside1
30/6/2019
00:18
We have just had 3 years of a Remain voting PM lying that she intended to take us out of the EU. And Hunt boasted that he voted 3 times for her fraudulent Fake Brexit deal that would make us a vassal state of the EU.
johnwise
30/6/2019
00:07
No I do not spare my words ,Boris or Farage cons must decide
portside1
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