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Barclays Plc LSE:BARC London Ordinary Share GB0031348658 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.49 1.76% 202.35 15,167,575 11:25:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
202.30 202.35 203.85 199.44 199.98
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 21,766.00 3,065.00 8.80 23.0 34,105
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:25:06 AT 789 202.35 GBX

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25/10/2021
09:20
Barclays Daily Update: Barclays Plc is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BARC. The last closing price for Barclays was 198.86p.
Barclays Plc has a 4 week average price of 184.56p and a 12 week average price of 174.26p.
The 1 year high share price is 203.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 101.18p.
There are currently 16,854,693,737 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,151,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Barclays Plc is £33,979,062,573.79.
20/10/2021
14:06
stonedyou: Barclays Stock To Edge Past the Revenue Consensus In Q3? Barclays (NYSE: BCS) is scheduled to report its fiscal Q3 2021 results on Thursday, October 21. We expect Barclays to report mixed results, with revenues topping the consensus and earnings falling short. The bank posted total revenues of £5.4 billion y-o-y in the last quarter, which was just ahead of the year-ago period. However, the growth translated into a 13% y-o-y increase to $7.6 billion due to fluctuations in foreign exchange rates. The company witnessed strong growth in equity trading and investment banking businesses, coupled with recovery in Barclays UK and the consumer, cards, and payments segments. However, the positive impact of growth was almost offset by lower FICC (fixed income, currency, and commodity) trading and corporate lending revenues. That said, the bank’s profitability numbers significantly improved in the quarter due to a favorable decrease in provisions for credit losses. We expect the same trend to continue in the third quarter (Note – Barclays originally reports in GBP (Pound), the same has been converted to USD for ease of comparison). Our forecast indicates that Barclays’ valuation is $12 per share, which is 7% above the current market price of close to $11. Our interactive dashboard analysis on Barclays’ Earnings Preview has more details. (1) Revenues expected to edge past the consensus estimates https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2021/10/19/barclays-stock-to-edge-past-the-revenue-consensus-in-q3/?sh=67dd19726735
18/10/2021
08:32
prbshares: Manics : well done on the barc share price call...2xx breached...great job! fancy a stab at the next move for barc ...
14/10/2021
21:35
stonedyou: Evening Porty Barclays Stock: Throwing Caution to the Wind. Barclays (LON:BARC) (BCS) is a multinational financial services firm. The company is headquartered in the United Kingdom, but has operations globally. I am Neutral on the stock. (See Analysts’ Top Stocks on TipRanks) Performance & Risks Barclays stock has risen more than 108% over the past year, predominantly driven by excess market liquidity, and optimism regarding its Trading segment. The bank's reliance on its Trading segment is its largest risk. Barclays' trading revenue makes up almost 30% of its revenue mix, and investors generally assume that heavy reliance on trading revenue correlates to lower sustainability of earnings. Furthermore, Barclays hasn't produced the most sustainable earnings in general over the past 10 years; as a matter of fact, total revenue has declined on more annual reporting occasions than it's increased. The stock price hasn't hit a snag yet since the pandemic's rebound buy, and one might be overdue. Overvalued Judging the value of banking stocks can be tricky because as an investor you need to examine certain aspects such as quality of assets, capital adequacy, and liquidity. Barclays has price-to-book and price-to-sales ratios that exceed its five-year averages by 32.1% and 27.5%, respectively. In addition, Barclays also has a return on equity 45.5% lower than the sector average, and investors may search for better value for money if this persists. Why The Stock Might Rise Financial sector stock prices tend to correlate with rising long-term government bond yields. Global interest rates are anticipated to rise in the coming years, and seeing as interest rates and bond yields are positively correlated, Barclays could benefit from a systemic value driver such as this. https://www.investing.com/news/stock-market-news/barclays-stock-throwing-caution-to-the-wind-2641812
13/10/2021
13:08
prbshares: Barc share price bobbing around the 194-198 range .... yields slightly down , just under 1.57 Whats it going to take to break through the 2xx ... thoughts manics ?
10/10/2021
17:06
stonedyou: Is the Barclays share price undervalued? Could the Barclays share price (LON: BARC) offer good value for money relative to the wider FTSE 100 index? Over the past year the Barclays share price (LON: BARC) has risen by around 83%. By contrast, the FTSE 100 index (INDEXFTSE: UKX) has gained 17% over the same period. This represents a 66 percentage point outperformance from the bank’s shares. Despite this, Barclays shares continue to trade on what appears to be a low valuation compared to the wider index. They currently have a forward price-earnings ratio of approximately 6.5. In an era where double-digit price-earnings ratios have seemingly become the norm, this could make Barclays a relatively cheap share. Of course, the Barclays share price could face a relatively uncertain future. The UK and world economies face a wide range of ‘known-unknowns’ at the present time. Notably, inflation has pushed to levels last seen over a decade ago in the US and in Europe. This could prompt higher interest rates, although central bankers have previously said they believe higher inflation is likely to be temporary due to the effects of economic reopening following Covid-19 lockdown measures. https://www.investomania.co.uk/barclays-share-price-undervalued/
04/10/2021
22:35
stonedyou: Google share price collapses: Alphabet stock down by 2.5% as social media outage hits. GOOGLE share prices have collapsed amid a social media outage that has impacted hundreds of millions of people. Google share prices have declined today, showing a 2.55 percent decrease in market value. The news comes amid a social media outage that sees Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp down for users across the country. Shares in Alphabet, the parent company of Google and several former Google subsidiaries, fell by 2.55 percent today. At the beginning of trading today, Alphabet's price stood at $2,719.21 before plummeting. As of 8.45pm, the shares current value stands at $2,660.88 The largest decline was seen at 11am (GMT time) today when the figure stood at $2621.64. https://www.express.co.uk/finance/city/1500915/Google-share-price-collapses-alphabet-stock-down-outage-latest
18/8/2021
16:38
jordaggy: Bank share prices are predictable. Borrowing healthy, share price rises, economic activity low, share price falters. You have to look 2 years ahead and that looks bleak...CBDC is coming and ergo, retail banking will struggle.
11/8/2021
12:06
justalittlemore: Barclays PLC (LON:BARC) stock is about to trade ex-dividend in two days. Typically, the ex-dividend date is one business day before the record date which is the date on which a company determines the shareholders eligible to receive a dividend. The ex-dividend date is of consequence because whenever a stock is bought or sold, the trade takes at least two business day to settle. Meaning, you will need to purchase Barclays' shares before the 12th of August to receive the dividend, which will be paid on the 17th of September. The company's upcoming dividend is UK£0.02 a share, following on from the last 12 months, when the company distributed a total of UK£0.04 per share to shareholders. Based on the last year's worth of payments, Barclays has a trailing yield of 2.2% on the current stock price of £1.8266. If you buy this business for its dividend, you should have an idea of whether Barclays's dividend is reliable and sustainable. We need to see whether the dividend is covered by earnings and if it's growing. Check out our latest analysis for Barclays Dividends are usually paid out of company profits, so if a company pays out more than it earned then its dividend is usually at greater risk of being cut. Barclays paid out just 11% of its profit last year, which we think is conservatively low and leaves plenty of margin for unexpected circumstances. Companies that pay out less in dividends than they earn in profits generally have more sustainable dividends. The lower the payout ratio, the more wiggle room the business has before it could be forced to cut the dividend. Have Earnings And Dividends Been Growing? Businesses with strong growth prospects usually make the best dividend payers, because it's easier to grow dividends when earnings per share are improving. If earnings decline and the company is forced to cut its dividend, investors could watch the value of their investment go up in smoke. It's encouraging to see Barclays has grown its earnings rapidly, up 32% a year for the past five years. The main way most investors will assess a company's dividend prospects is by checking the historical rate of dividend growth. It looks like the Barclays dividends are largely the same as they were 10 years ago. The Bottom Line Is Barclays worth buying for its dividend? Typically, companies that are growing rapidly and paying out a low fraction of earnings are keeping the profits for reinvestment in the business. This strategy can add significant value to shareholders over the long term - as long as it's done without issuing too many new shares. Overall, Barclays looks like a promising dividend stock in this analysis, and we think it would be worth investigating further. With that in mind, a critical part of thorough stock research is being aware of any risks that stock currently faces. We've identified 2 warning signs with Barclays (at least 1 which is concerning), and understanding these should be part of your investment process.
10/8/2021
18:43
justalittlemore: Should Barclays Acquire NatWest? This Analyst Thinks So The Barclays share price has bounced back in the past few weeks after the company published strong quarterly results. The stock is trading at 185p, which is about 150% above its lowest level in 2020. On the other hand, the NatWest share price has jumped to the highest level since February 2020. Should Barclays acquire NatWest? In an opinion published on Monday, Matthey Lynn made several suggestions of potential mergers and acquisitions among UK businesses. His idea was that some large UK companies should not be left out in the ongoing merger mania that is targeting UK companies. Some of the recent companies that have been announced are of Meggitt and Morrisons. In his piece, he suggested that Asos should acquire Burberry while Vodafone should buy BT. At the same time, he also suggested that Barclays should acquire NatWest, formerly known as Royal Bank of Scotland. No deal has been announced so this article is based on hypotheticals. First, let us look at the size. Barclays is a global bank with a market capitalization of more than 31.33 billion. The company has more than 83,500 employees. It makes money through its commercial and trading and investment arms. Barclays has more than 1.34 trillion in assets and about 15% of CET Tier 1 ratio. NatWest, on the other hand, is a national bank with no major global presence. The firm is valued at more than 25 billion pounds and has more than 58,000 employees. It makes money mostly through consumer and business lending. It has more than 800 billion pounds in assets and a CET 1 Ratio of 18.5%. In terms of Revenue, NatWest made more than 14.25 billion in 2019 before the pandemic while Barclays made 21.6 billion pounds. So, would that deal work? For one, big bank mergers in the UK are relatively rare. In the US, the biggest mergers have been among regional banks like when M&T decided to acquire People’s United while Webster acquired Sterling. Also, because of their sizes, the deal would be a merger of equals. It would also attract substantial regulatory scrutiny in the UK. However, with the government exiting its NatWest stake, there is a possibility that it would be allowed. The deal would create the 9th biggest bank globally by assets. Barclays share price analysis The daily chart shows that the BARC share price has been in an upward momentum. Along the way, it has moved above the important resistance at 170p. It has also risen above the 25-day and 50-day moving averages. The shares have returned to the horizontal channel shown in black. Therefore, the stock will likely keep rising as bulls target the key resistance at 190p. However, a drop below 157p will invalidate this view.
10/8/2021
18:42
justalittlemore: The Barclays share price has bounced back in the past few weeks after the company published strong quarterly results. The stock is trading at 185p, which is about 150% above its lowest level in 2020. On the other hand, the NatWest share price has jumped to the highest level since February 2020. Should Barclays acquire NatWest? In an opinion published on Monday, Matthey Lynn made several suggestions of potential mergers and acquisitions among UK businesses. His idea was that some large UK companies should not be left out in the ongoing merger mania that is targeting UK companies. Some of the recent companies that have been announced are of Meggitt and Morrisons. In his piece, he suggested that Asos should acquire Burberry while Vodafone should buy BT. At the same time, he also suggested that Barclays should acquire NatWest, formerly known as Royal Bank of Scotland. No deal has been announced so this article is based on hypotheticals. First, let us look at the size. Barclays is a global bank with a market capitalization of more than 31.33 billion. The company has more than 83,500 employees. It makes money through its commercial and trading and investment arms. Barclays has more than 1.34 trillion in assets and about 15% of CET Tier 1 ratio. NatWest, on the other hand, is a national bank with no major global presence. The firm is valued at more than 25 billion pounds and has more than 58,000 employees. It makes money mostly through consumer and business lending. It has more than 800 billion pounds in assets and a CET 1 Ratio of 18.5%. In terms of Revenue, NatWest made more than 14.25 billion in 2019 before the pandemic while Barclays made 21.6 billion pounds. So, would that deal work? For one, big bank mergers in the UK are relatively rare. In the US, the biggest mergers have been among regional banks like when M&T decided to acquire People’s United while Webster acquired Sterling. Also, because of their sizes, the deal would be a merger of equals. It would also attract substantial regulatory scrutiny in the UK. However, with the government exiting its NatWest stake, there is a possibility that it would be allowed. The deal would create the 9th biggest bank globally by assets. Barclays share price analysis The daily chart shows that the BARC share price has been in an upward momentum. Along the way, it has moved above the important resistance at 170p. It has also risen above the 25-day and 50-day moving averages. The shares have returned to the horizontal channel shown in black. Therefore, the stock will likely keep rising as bulls target the key resistance at 190p. However, a drop below 157p will invalidate this view.
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