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 +0.61% 165.00p 164.82p 164.92p 167.82p 162.06p 162.98p 69,421,089 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,136.0 3,494.0 9.4 17.6 28,451

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25/7/2019
14:39
The roi pm will not crowing when our roads are closed to is goods
portside1
25/7/2019
13:08
If you are at all patriotic it is unlikely you would wish our country to be completely taken over and forced into a federal state in a similar fashion to the German Federal Statef, upon which the EU seems to be modelled.. 'I'll make Britain the greatest country on earth': Echoes of Donald Trump as new PM Boris runs the gauntlet of Remainer fury in the Commons and vows he WON'T hand the EU £39bn unless they offer a better deal https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7285043/Boris-runs-gauntlet-Remainer-fury-Commons.html
johnwise
25/7/2019
12:59
Nice to see we are over 160
portside1
25/7/2019
12:59
Boris the man who will be great for the U.K. I am sick of pessimists who have no balls no guts If we all thought like them we would be a dead country
portside1
25/7/2019
12:56
Boris the Blade hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvWR_VIEpgw
smurfy2001
25/7/2019
12:21
Boris is going to be a great leader , that is for sure
portside1
25/7/2019
12:11
Ian blackford , wants to sale out the fishermen of Scotland Why are the Scottish fishermen not hanging him out to dry
portside1
25/7/2019
11:58
Sajid Javid was promoted to Chancellor https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sajid_Javid Priti Patel brought in as Home Secretary. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Priti_Patel Tha appointment of Dominic Raab as Foreign Secretary https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominic_Raab
johnwise
25/7/2019
11:42
Well what great speaker OMG is now bor is speaking and speaking for the people of the U.K. great to hear a pm with guts and balls
portside1
25/7/2019
10:28
Buy . You are correct parliament should not shut down for 6 weeks , 3 weeks max
portside1
25/7/2019
08:49
Not long now till results and a lift on the div
portside1
25/7/2019
08:10
Philippines: China Wants It All The government is trying to be more realistic on the Chinese effort to take possession of the South China Sea. https://www.strategypage.com/qnd/phillip/articles/20190724.aspx
johnwise
25/7/2019
06:33
better than an elected left-wing labour government hades... corbyn has already said he wants to give those on benefits a pay rise. i guess you want his hands in your pocket?
hellscream
24/7/2019
19:49
If boris is going to do what I am thinking the markets are going to rise. Big time let's hope he is
portside1
24/7/2019
19:46
Boris to bring forward a budget and it will be a big winner for the public , and then call a g/e that is my thoughts on is plans
portside1
24/7/2019
19:05
...we now have an unelected right wing Government take over
hades1
24/7/2019
18:46
Barcs holding up well Aug 1st will give us the answers
portside1
24/7/2019
18:44
Boris cleaning out the doubters
portside1
24/7/2019
16:39
Deutsche Bank retreat hits City hard as thousands of jobs go. What does it mean for Barclays? The GeThe bell was tolling over Deutsche Bank's London offices today. The over-extended bank has grappled for years with how to fix itself. Now it's found the answer. Retreat, retrench, stop trying to be Goldman Sachs in a different time zone. Its acceptance of reality is biting hard. One in five jobs are going, with a disproportionate number disappearing from places like London, where the activities popularly known as "casino capitalism" are carried out. Share trading and the like. rman bank is bowing to reality. Just because Barclays, the last European standing, is in the same time zone doesn't make this an automatic win for the bank, which has faced questions of its own over its investment banking ambitions The bank says it still plans to maintain a "significant presence" in the City. But that's like Norwich, Aston Villa or Sheffield United saying they plan to have a significant presence in the Premier League. That's not a knock on the three promoted teams. It's simply a reflection of the fact that none of them will be challenging the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United or London's footballing giants for Champions League places. In the same vein, Deutsche will no longer be challenging Wall Street titans Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan or Merrill Lynch for top positions in the various investment banking league tables that are produced. In reality, it hasn't really been on their level for some time in the midst of the semi permanent crisis it has been experiencing over the last few years. But it's still had the trappings, including 8,000 people working in London. Those trappings are now going and so are lots of the people as part of plans to cut the global workforce by 18,000. Deutsche's retreat leaves Barclays basically standing alone as the last European institution trying to go toe to toe with Wall Street. There are those who have been talking about this as an opportunity for the blue eagle to fly into the space vacated by its rival. In reality it will be just one of a number of vultures seeking to pick over the corpse. Just because Barclays shares Deutsche's time zone doesn't mean it will win the battle for the choicest cuts. And Barclays itself faces questions over the future of its investment bank, which was built up by Bob Diamond. Remember him? It has Ed Bramson, the activist investor, sitting on its shareholder register, agitating for a break up. He hasn't managed to get much traction with his arguments and his attempt to force his way on to the board this year was a failure. Barclays is also in a much stronger position than Deutsche. But Bramson is only in there because the share price is low. In terms of valuation, Barclays is as cheap as chips partly because its CEO Jes Staley has struggled to sell his transatlantic investment banking strategy to investors. He needs to up his game. A similar retreat, albeit for different reasons, isn't impossible to foresee. The last man standing is sometimes just the last to fall.
bernie37
24/7/2019
16:34
Boris has an impossible job . He may have to call a second referendum.
redhill
24/7/2019
15:55
The Boris effect onward and upwards.
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