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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
  -2.16 -1.18% 180.16 180.14 180.18 182.00 180.04 180.74 12,814,718 12:19:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,766.0 3,065.0 8.8 20.5 31,147

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24/2/2021
19:19
Chart looks fantastic here now, can see 2 quid by the summer. Steepening yield curve great for banks
spoole5
24/2/2021
18:38
Rishi's spring boost for Britain? Chancellor is considering LOWER alcohol duty for pubs than supermarkets and is preparing to 'extend stamp duty holiday until the end of JUNE' at next week's Budget Tory MPs have urged the Government to treat pubs differently to large retailers to stop them being 'undercut by cheap supermarket booze'. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9295827/Rishi-Sunak-considering-lower-alcohol-duty-pubs-supermarkets.html
johnwise
24/2/2021
18:03
PRBSHARES: still in. I smell 17X. Though I am very cautious on broader markets FWIW. GL.
manics
24/2/2021
17:29
Bank boss warns EU over ‘very serious escalation’ in financial services grab Governor Andrew Bailey told MPs that moving clearing to the EU would be a potential financial stability concern in the UK. Bank of England boss Andrew Bailey has fired the latest salvo in the tug of war with the EU on financial services, warning it would “resist very firmly” any move to seize control of the lucrative euro derivative trading market. The Bank’s governor told MPs on the Treasury Select Committee that pressure from Europe on banks to shift their so-called clearing activity out of London would be a “very serious escalation” of the issue and of “dubious legality”. His comments come after reports suggest Brussels has been ordering major banks to explain why they are not shifting euro derivatives trading out of London. MORE https://www.lbc.co.uk/business/be88c25faee04e88a348fa6ba514b144/
johnwise
24/2/2021
16:56
Manics : Are you staying for the ride or looking for the next exit signs ?
prbshares
24/2/2021
16:35
Heard on news yesterday 6mln still on furlough... -a degree of that funded by you and me via furlough!
diku
24/2/2021
16:30
PRBSHARES: you get "trader of the day" - you suggested down a bit at open then up through the day, and that is what we have had!Just a lovely close here.
manics
24/2/2021
16:22
Manics : Whats nice is that everyone on here is making a few quid ... Barc seems to be looking for new highs, so here we are and lets see where she wants to go !! gla
prbshares
24/2/2021
16:16
We now have two posters calling for a 2 handle. Both feature fully uppercase handles they are:PRBSHARESJOEMILLIONWho will be the first lowercase handle? If it gets to 2XX PRBSHARES wins as they called it first (from about 140p iirc).
manics
24/2/2021
15:53
At 155p I said 131p. 131p was intra after I took 134p. I paid 10p for surety and then did say 163p. All live posted. If it is written on the Active Barclays Traders Club then you can know it will come to be.The founding pillars:KnowledgeTruthIntegrityProfit
manics
24/2/2021
15:33
Indeed Manics...we're lovely people invested in a lovely bank ;_)
jordaggy
24/2/2021
15:08
BoE's Haskel: Risks to activity very much on downside Jonathan Haskel, a member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of England (BoE), is delivering his remarks on the state of the economy and the policy outlook at the Treasury Select Committee hearing. Key quotes "Faster vaccine rollout than government plans is upside risk for the economy." "Downside risks to February forecasts are much more prevalent." "Concerned about the dampening effect from high uncertainty in the UK-EU trade links." "Firms' ability to repay debts and avoid insolvency represents a sizeable downside risk." "Risk that worries me most is highly transmissible COVID variants." "Risks to activity are very much on the downside, risks to supply are balanced." "Less convinced that increased homeworking will yield aggregate productivity benefits." Market reaction The GBP/USD pair showed no immediate reaction to these comments and was last seen posting small daily gains at 1.4125. https://www.fxstreet.com/news/boes-haskel-risks-to-activity-very-much-on-downside-202102241447
johnwise
24/2/2021
15:02
China's Poodle Boris Johnson Update? Trade with China has to be brought under control and this was one way of doing it, we have to stop the huge trade surpluses China has with us ad at least bring it down to neutral, if China continues to run massive trade surpluses with the world then the world will have the most powerful communist regime ever, it will be so powerful that no current world power today would dare to go up against it, which means China will do exactly as it pleases with contempt for everyone else, China is already frightening the countries to the west of it and the south of it ad that is the start of things to come. UK’s opportunist and adventurist diplomacy with China a dead end pursuit https://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202102/1216198.shtml
johnwise
24/2/2021
15:00
jordaggy: I read £250bn in additional consumer savings and paid down debt, all pent up as you say, and ready to spend. -a degree of that funded by you and me via furlough!
manics
24/2/2021
14:49
Sounds sensible to me and hard to think the share price is going to do anything but go north in the coming months. £2 plus by May possibly? Let's see. GLA.
joemillion
24/2/2021
14:45
Shirley the worst is behind us? aren't we heading for the roaring 20's? Huge bundles of cash pent up waiting to be spent ...I think we'll be at 180p before June...then whoosh!
jordaggy
24/2/2021
14:39
Finger was on the button but I'm holding. They tried to fake us out on results day but we called it out for what it was, and now we're here.
manics
24/2/2021
14:30
Society would be better if Facebook ceased to exist. Why are Australian politicians acting as thought it's an essential service like water or electricity. They should have simply issued them with demands, and if FB failed to comply, kicked them out the country. Facebook pledges to pay $1bn for news Move comes in wake of platforFacebook has pledged at least $1 billion (€820 million) to pay for news over the next three years, matching Google’s spending plans in a move that aims to contain the fallout from the social media group’s shortlived ban on news in Australia. m briefly banning news in Australia https://www.irishtimes.com/business/media-and-marketing/facebook-pledges-to-pay-1bn-for-news-1.4493909
johnwise
24/2/2021
14:25
Manics - will you be holding old beam for the div now or selling at your £1.63 target if reached before the ex div date (26/2) out of interest? Tricky dilemma...
joemillion
24/2/2021
14:20
VIDEO Marine Le Pen SURGES In the Polls As France Turns to the Nationalist Populist RIGHT!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEC3Szn21eo
johnwise
24/2/2021
14:11
Don't know what others think but this market and share price movement seems all over the place...telcos at near lows and Miners at near multi year highs...
diku
24/2/2021
14:08
Keeps flirting with the 160
reidy66
24/2/2021
13:34
Here comes the US dip, but only for a little bit!
manics
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