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Share Price: 258.80Bid: 258.75Ask: 258.80Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Barclays
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 259.65High: 259.65Low: 251.80Yesterday’s Close: 258.80


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Scfc
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RE: Scfc
Today 18:30
No worries. I'm also pretty p@@@ed off but willing to wait for the market to come around to my way of thinking...
 
Shaunymac
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Scfc
Today 18:13
Thanks for the info as always. The last few week has been painful. The wife hasn't said a word but I'm
Thoroughly pi**ed off haaaa. As you rightly said though it's across the board and nothing wrong with the fundamentals.
Scfc
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RE: SP
Today 18:02
FTSE futures are now up 55 points...another smile and possibly even a wink at the EZ meeting???
bunks
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RE: Added
Today 17:34
GL with your buy Parkside - this will surely provide a decent return IMO, I reckon sooner than later but short term is academic when we know how strong the fundamentals are here. Tks for posting the trade when things were on the slide. ATB.
Scfc
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Today 17:22
FTSE futures were down and now they're up c24 points- I suspect someone smiled at the EZ meeting! The market really does react in panic mode time and time again - let's hope there's no head shaking or we'll be 60 points down by the morning...and the true relevance to Barcs own profitability is?!? ATB.
Scfc
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RE: SP
Today 17:12
Hi shauny, the rise was most probably to do with our old friend Ian Gordon at Investec upgrading their broker rating to "hold"...you'll remember him from downgrading Barcs not so long ago which resulted in a fall for us! - why the market listens to his view and reacts I really don't get it! That said, with all the negativity this PM even Lloyds ended up in the red today. PS. I hope your wife isn't checking the share price this last c2 weeks! ATB. Scfc.
parkside13
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Pastry
Today 17:11
Why you keep posting nonsense! So what if it is down 25p? Do you think that is due to any fundamental change to intrinsic value? If it isn't (which it isn't) then you should avail yourself of the moment. If you pay 253 and ditto above, it drops to 243 then if you can buy some more. But blithe comments like "it's collapsing, it's down again" etc are pointless rubbish. Add something sensible to the debate please.
Scfc
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RE: Currently. .
Today 17:04
If only we knew when the panic was to stop - the market doesn't actually know either! Is it priced in? I don't think the market knows this either, so some negative news results in yet more selling and price falls (forgetting the previous day). It will stop for sure but who knows when and at what level...essentially when the uncertainty has stopped. For now, it will continue to react to the Greek news, positive or negative...at least we have the budget tomorrow and maybe George will make it more bank friendly (e.g. levy lowered, removed?). ATB.
TheCat14
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RE: Looks bad...
Today 16:50
There are seemingly plenty of opportunities currently out there but there's too much uncertainty hanging around right now.

Sold out of my main holding recently (travel) but hold a few smaller stocks. Wanting to get in here at some point but the unthinkable just might become reality very soon. Fingers crossed.
Didds
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RE: Currently. .
Today 16:48
But where does the panic stop? Is the Greek exit now pretty much priced in or do we get another day of pain. I bought Tesco at 209 - up to 2.25 then Greece happens and bosh. 2.01. What has Greece got to do with Tesco for crying out loud? With all the comments that contagaion can be managed and Grexit will be most painful for the Greeks this has to stop soon.





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