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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
  -2.40 -1.28% 185.28 185.24 185.30 189.28 185.22 188.56 23,329,895 13:36:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,766.0 3,065.0 8.8 21.1 32,032

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26/2/2021
08:31
Looks like your conviction may be well founded PRBSHARES...
manics
26/2/2021
08:26
Both the 200 and 50 are looking good.... I am going to where my rose tinted glasses (as we head towards spring with a falling 'R' number) and stick my head above the parapet and say that this is a fuel up stop for the big boys. I may be wrong (which often happens) but I think the news is out there on barc and my glass is half full as I just can't see a continued red ftse based on the vaccine news and UK's advanced vaccine position.... but thats jimo. Your views/opinions are always appreciated... and I have been called delusional before 🤪
prbshares
26/2/2021
08:20
All miners apart from the goldies :( diku: did you have some HSS in the end? Recovery in play and management motivated above 15p.
manics
26/2/2021
08:17
End of month profit taking took hold yesterday on US indexes...just look at those Miners have rallied in the last 3 weeks...
diku
26/2/2021
08:17
PRBSHARES: BARC have been at the bench of many losing court cases! That Amanda significantly reduced her claim late on is fairly telling imo.
manics
26/2/2021
08:15
Closed 160.3p. I don't know on the down yet but upside I would buy again at 166-168p. Lets see what happens. GLA.
manics
26/2/2021
08:14
Manics : Amanda obviously likes risk !! I would have thought Barc wouldn't be in court if they thought they were going to lose . So did you exit barc at 158/9 or hanging on for the ride ? I think after such a monumental climb to 165.5p its no surprise that she is pulled back a little. I guess the question to ask is whether the market wants to fill up lower on barc ? Us mere mortals tend to be riding on the fear button when things go red, but for the big boys this is often when they spend other peoples money buying !!
prbshares
26/2/2021
08:04
That escalated quickly...!
manics
26/2/2021
07:59
PRBSHARES: a few here have tried to follow the case and it's like going down a (legal) rabbit hole trying to do so. Very recently courts have directed comparatively simplistically that a ruling is 'imminent'. That was a week or so ago I think. She is going to get told to "do one" imo. Amanda has bought another football club I believe since the case began so she may be distracted!
manics
26/2/2021
07:59
(Alliance News) - A businesswoman who sued Barclays PLC for hundreds of millions of pounds is waiting to hear whether she has won a High Court battle. Amanda Staveley made complaints about the behaviour of Barclays' bosses when negotiating investment deals during the 2008 financial crisis. She said PCP Capital Partners, a private equity firm she runs, would have invested on "vastly better terms" but for Barclays' "false representations". The bank disputed her allegations and said the claim should be dismissed. A High Court judge is scheduled to deliver a ruling on the dispute on Friday. Justice Waksman heard evidence at a trial in London during the summer of 2020. Staveley said bank bosses agreed to provide an unsecured GBP2 billion loan to Qatari investors, but alleged that the loan was "concealed" from the market, shareholders and PCP Capital Partners. She said PCP was induced to invest on "manifestly worse terms" than Qatari investors. Lawyers representing PCP told the judge that an initial damages claim was for a sum between GBP1.6 billion and GBP400 million. By the end of the trial PCP was arguing for amounts ranging between around GBP830 million and around GBP600 million. Lawyers representing bank bosses criticised Staveley, who says PCP introduced Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour – a member of the royal family of Abu Dhabi – to Barclays as an investor, during the trial. Jeffery Onions, who led Barclays' legal team, told Justice Waksman that she had a "tendency to exaggerate" when giving evidence. He said her evidence had been "peppered with hyperbole" and in some respects was "plainly dishonest". Lawyers representing PCP, and Staveley, said the claim should succeed. Joe Smouha, who led PCP's legal team, said the building blocks of the claim were "straightforward". He said PCP had been "induced" to make subscriptions on the basis of "representations" by Barclays which were "false".
nick100
26/2/2021
07:52
Manics : guess its going to be a choppy day... seemed weak last night at close. My rose tinted glasses see blue sky out side and a lifting economy... i guess we are always going to have consolidation days and maybe the market wants to fill up a little lower on Barc ? Whats your thoughts on the court case PCP Capital ?
prbshares
26/2/2021
07:50
wow Byotrol (BYOT) RNS today, 24 hour protection against covid on surfaces. Game changer. Byotrol plc (AIM:BYOT), the specialist infection prevention and control company, is pleased to announce that it has developed and externally validated a new test for determining whether cleaning and sanitising products have long-lasting efficacy against viruses in real-life use. This new test determines whether sanitising and cleaning products offer any long-lasting protection against COVID-19.Byotrol is now standing behind product efficacy claims supporting infection control products that offer 24-hour protection against viruses and bacteria in real-life conditions, where surfaces are frequently touched. The Company believes that this new test could help minimise the spread of the virus when used in conjunction with the cleaning and sanitising of shops, schools and offices when they reopen. Byotrol has developed the new test in response to an increasing number of products claiming long-lasting efficacy against coronavirus, based on laboratory conditions which ignore the constant abrasion of surfaces in real-life environments (and which would then make many products ineffective).
onehanded
26/2/2021
07:45
Thanks Manics, appreciate it!
forcemode
26/2/2021
07:44
Interesting to see what the PCP Capital ruling is ? Been rumbling on long enough ! So the ftse opens weak today on our ex divi day ... not the best friday we could ask for, but interested to see how barc holds up. Bottom line is the UK is heading out towards less of the pandemic restrictions and with this our economy should fire up again. Strange how the US can climb 400 points and we gain little. Thoughts on todays share price movements ?
prbshares
26/2/2021
07:43
forcemode: I'm too cautious broader markets -there's a lot of insanity out there in Retail at the moment and we need that checked. Futures are off 75 points. If BARC can hold 16X it's doing well. Personally I will put 4p of profit on continuation so 159p is limit for me. If we get continuation north I'd like to set a stop at 167p to see how far into 17X we might travel. Looking squiffy though. Most recently BARC has outperformed the FTSE strongly so you could pitch an argument that it will today, or that traders will take profits following recent gains. In short: I have no idea! As John mentions treasury yields are a big influence too, and also currently killing my CEY gold play, as the yields are cremating gold! (sad face)
manics
26/2/2021
07:29
Ugly day on Wall Street as US Treasury yields jump All three major US indices fell sharply, but the tech-dominated Nasdaq was by far the weakest, sinking 3.5 percent. all Street stocks tumbled Thursday, with tech shares hit especially hard, as rising bond yields in the US and elsewhere exacerbated worries about inflation and a potential sudden shift in central bank policies. All three major US indices fell sharply, but the tech-dominated Nasdaq was by far the weakest, sinking 3.5 percent. In Europe, early gains faded with London, Paris and Frankfurt all ending the day lower. US stocks were under pressure the entire session as investors monitored the 10-year Treasury, which have been rising sharply in recent days and got as high as 1.61 percent. Investors fear a spike in inflation will prompt the Federal Reserve to shift away from easy-money policies and quickly raise interest rates -- despite central bank assurances to the contrary. MORE https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ugly-day-wall-street-us-treasury-yields-jump-1688181
johnwise
26/2/2021
06:44
Moving home today might not have net for weeks
portside1
26/2/2021
06:43
Market down 92
portside1
26/2/2021
06:38
Looking bleak this Friday. Could struggle today imo.
manics
25/2/2021
20:18
Rat report in the U.K. in London alone their is in the region of 30million now going into restaurants homes ,All over the U.K. with shops shut the rats are moving into shops This is why I never eat take aways Do you think any take away as been checked in th3 last 12 months I think not And we all know that is dangerous I avoid them would sooner eat jam sandwich
portside1
25/2/2021
20:15
Only have a little flutter if you do not like never buy I can afford to lose a few k
portside1
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