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Share Price: 177.35Bid: 177.35Ask: 177.40Change: 1.65 (+0.94%)Riser - Barclays
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 173.55High: 177.35Low: 172.10Yesterday’s Close: 175.70


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M1k3y
Posts: 916
Research
Opinion:Hold
Price:175.70
EU referendum poll
Mon 22:50
The Telegraph
EU referendum poll: Pensioners, Tory voters and men are deserting the Brexit campaign
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/23/eu-referendum-poll-pensioners-tory-voters-and-men-are-deserting/
 
M1k3y
Posts: 916
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:175.70
RE: Here we go again...
Mon 22:47
Have to say this is a big disappointment.
Although they still have to prove the case and win it of course, which could take ages yet. To say nothing of the fact that there are 16 banks defending it, so the claimants are up against it from a resource point of view.
lastly, any award made (should they win) would of course be divided amongst the 16 banks .
GLA
jackdawsson
Posts: 2,208
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:175.70
RE: Here we go again...
Mon 21:27
M1k3y, Quite worrying. News released fairly late in the US market day, so greater impact on SPs never fully materialised. We'll see what tomorrow brings, but no surprise if we see a bit of a downturn from this. - ATB!
Scfc
Posts: 1,939
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Price:175.70
Here we go again...
Mon 20:27
Big losses for banks over rate-rigging
May. 23, 2016 3:10 PM • SA Editor Stephen Alpher
The ruling from the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reinstates previously thrown out private antirust lawsuits against 16 banks for allegedly rigging Libor.
There are a number of groups of plaintiffs, including Baltimore, Houston, and San Diego.
For now, the case goes back to lower court for further proceedings. If the suits are successful, the bill to banks could be several billion dollars.
Roughly a dozen financial companies have already settled official charges of rate manipulation, with some pleading guilty to criminal charges.
The defendants in line from today's ruling include: Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), Barclays (NYSE:BCS), Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS), Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB), HSBC, JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), Lloyds (NYSE:LYG), Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY), SocGen (OTCPK:SCGLY), UBS, and Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE:RBS).
Nonserviam
Posts: 682
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:175.70
Next 165 or 185?
Mon 18:00
Any suggestions?
M1k3y
Posts: 916
Research
Opinion:Hold
Price:175.85
Investors Threaten Revolt
Sun 22:30
Sky News
Investors Threaten Revolt Over Dividend Cuts
http://news.sky.com/story/1699974/investors-threaten-revolt-over-dividend-cuts
Fregatr
Posts: 1,939
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Price:175.85
RE: Brexit polls
Sun 22:08
Hi Fleccy, doesn't surprise me as most individuals I know wouldn't bother to back 4/1 on. Too dangerous! But your call on the correlation between this and Barclays so was bang on.
marineville
Posts: 456
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Price:175.85
RE: Brexit polls
Sun 22:07
fleccy, i would take that to mean that william hill will make a lot of money, then? so there's another share to buy into... :)
fleccy
Posts: 910
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Price:175.85
RE: Brexit polls
Sat 19:32
I did previously point out that the BREXIT vote is a market moving event, so this may also be of interest to people.
It would appear that the most amount of money is betting on remain, but the most individual gamblers have bet for a BREXIT, according to this article. Hmmm, so the odds are based on the amount of money bet, but more individual gamblers are voting out. I think this dispels the myth about the bookies pointing to a remain vote.

"Still, William Hill said most individual gamblers had betted on Britain leaving the EU."
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-odds-idUSKCN0YC0E8




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