historically the lower "bounce point" has been about 150p - last low was about 144p before a good recovery. With virtually the whole grown up FTSE in the red again today we are all going to need a lot of patience before we see a good recovery that holds - I was tempted to sell and risk a buy back at lower SPs but my timing is crap.
Regards all - end July will see a major rise in SP IMO.
End June after BREXIT may see a big rise in our SP - at any rate the SP will not be static IMO. Then we have H1 results which hopefully will see an end to the pain and our SP which is undervalued a lot according to all the financial experts should start to recover - if the H1 results are good we may even see a 20% jump in SP - it has happened in past years ! Logic, experience and good research are counting for very little at the mo in a world wide hysterical set of stock markets but it… Read More
In the past year, Barclays (LSE: BARC) shareholders have been through a torrid time. The bank appeared to be recovering nicely from the crisis, but in August 2015, Barclays shares started to turn tail again -- since 31 July last year, we've seen a 43% fall to 161p! The bank's announcement that it was to slash its 2016 dividend by more than 50%, after reporting a fall in full-year profits for 2015, didn't help. It took many people by surprise, including me, who had been seeing Barclays shares… Read More
LONDON, May 4 (IFR) - Martin Rejna has left Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) , according to sources, where he was a managing director in the banking business. He was most recently covering Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and North Africa, according to his LinkedIn profile and a source familiar with the matter. Rejna joined Barclays as an associate director in 2006. He moved to Barclays from ING, where he worked between 1997 and 2006.
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