Barclays PLC (BARC)

197.70
+3.49(+1.80%)
  • Volume:
    41,180,064
  • Bid/Ask:
    197.40/198.00
  • Day's Range:
    195.42 - 198.84

BARC Overview

Prev. Close
197.7
Day's Range
195.42-198.84
Revenue
22.38B
Open
195.96
52 wk Range
100.66-217.63
EPS
0.15
Volume
41,180,064
Market Cap
33.28B
Dividend (Yield)
0.01
(0.59%)
Average Vol. (3m)
34,414,736
P/E Ratio
11.27
Beta
1.6
1-Year Change
94.2%
Shares Outstanding
16,821,727,628
Next Earnings Date
Oct 21, 2021
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Barclays PLC Company Profile

Barclays PLC Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
83000

Barclays PLC is a holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, is a transatlantic consumer and wholesale bank with global reach offering products and services across personal, corporate and investment banking, credit cards and wealth management, anchored in the Company’s two home markets of the United Kingdom and the United States. The Company is organized into two business divisions: the Barclays UK division (Barclays UK) and the Barclays International division (Barclays International). Barclays UK offers everyday products and services to retail customers and small- to medium-sized enterprises based in the United Kingdom. Barclays UK is the ring-fenced bank for the United Kingdom, providing transactional, lending and investment products and services to Wealth and Business Banking customers and clients. Barclays International includes the corporate and Investment Bank, and Consumer, Cards and Payments.

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  • carlraynor nice profits going in 2.5 billion pounds 010085 1465505
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    • Intelligent investor shift into banks as inflation rises ! I sold BABA shares for $270.00 in March and bought G, JP, CREDIT AGRICOLE (my 20% now ...I added after last 2 days discount) , BNP PARIBAS , BARCLAYS
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      • ninja turtle connect a water map
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      • ninja turtle connect a water map
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    • i am not shareholder, but -5.6% to beat to beat the expectations ???
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      • well now i am a shareholder
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    • Above resistance 186 high these months again to consolidation it's stance dividends yieldings soon
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      • yes
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        • Fed will help for bagholders like me
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          • Again deep red what wrong with my luck every time I bought it tank !!!!
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            • Finally can see green!!!
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              • Why it is tanking ????
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                • I have no idea. Tomorrow's announcement should have a positive impact
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              • No 1 Bank in the world and the only crypto friendly bank in the UK. Target price 4,5 bp
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                • perhaps
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              • Closure of some 60 branches should make it meaner and leaner!
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                • agree
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              • little steps but slowly moving back to pre-covid levels. positive vaccine news will keep helping this up as uk economy gets back to normal.
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                • recovery starts now
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                  • Follow
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                    • up up
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                      • the banks are defo going take time to recover
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                        • buy one Indian shared.. tata consumer product.. msci is buying in millions. best futuristic company in FMCG in india may see 5 fold jump in 2 years
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                          • buy barclays now or never!!
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                            • any ideas if it is worth buying barclays
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                              • Banks more deadly than any virus.
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                                • did the fca said no more dividends to be paid by the banks to keep more cash reserves to deal with the corona effect in the future?
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                                  • It's not mandatory but is being reviewed by the banks.
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                                • Barclays is probably insolvent
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                                  • Why do people read these recommendations, they are total rubbish. Look at the triple A ratings pre 2008, none of the ratings companies were held to account for the rubbish they were trotting putting AAA on junk.
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                                    • strong buy to people with strong heart
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                                      • BARC As of weekly trend sup for now holds @ 252 however Monthly Trend is still Bearish - Hence the stock is once again a sell @ 276 avg if get 299.90 target 199.80 Before heading towards 376 - 400 in Long Term
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