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Barclays Share Price (BARC)

Share Price Information for Barclays (BARC)

Share Price: 186.52Bid: 186.46Ask: 186.50Change: -2.38 (-1.26%)Faller - Barclays
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 188.64High: 190.14Low: 186.16Yesterday’s Close: 188.90

Barclays Plc Ord 25P

Barclays is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 Low Yield
Barclays is part of the Banking sector

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 17,110.05m £31,913.66m 10,000

52 Week High 220.10 52 Week High Date 19-MAR-2018
52 Week Low 177.30 52 Week Low Date 13-NOV-2017

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
7,706 7,542,288 9,150,584 -18.109 -10.30 3.00 1.61

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Directors Deals for Barclays (BARC)
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Trade Notifier Information for Barclays
Ian Cheshire held the position of Non-Executive Director at Barclays at the time of this trade.
 Ian Cheshire
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James E Staley held the position of CEO at Barclays at the time of this trade.
 James E Staley
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Tushar Morzaria held the position of Finance Director at Barclays at the time of this trade.
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ggerard, jack, Walter, Mary whoever
Tue 13:52
. . . report button lol
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Tue 13:46
Hay Hay , less of the old, prefer ole over old lol
Yes, best of luck chap.
Wonderful ozzy saying "she'll be right mate"
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ggerard, jack, Walter, Mary whoever
Tue 13:41
Really do not understand your point Jack / Walt
This site has a bit of nostalgia to it, some still keep in touch via personal emails and group texts.
Decent people fled this bored after reading negative crap posted year after year by you.
Do you not register the fact someone like M'550 has probably just walloped % of his savings in this share.
Why rip the ar$e out of trades other probably spend hours committing too, society does not adhere to negativity too well.
This isn't a pro board, its a majority of basic evening dabblers or pension portfolios.

Though once you started posting people lost interest.
Doesn't that say enough, "have a word with yourself chap"
Why don't I just post negative crap each time the monthly Rsi goes over too.
Spouting Short sell all the time, its a bit like politics and football Walter.
You are either Bullish on a trade or Bearish.
Barclays is a trade I personalised a decade ago and should not have.
Hence I glance on here every now and then.
Though like many others trading for years, you get to pick it up as you go along.
Must be doing something right my end, never lift a finger and live a nice lifestyle, all off the back of trading.
Though I just don't get the golfing bug, like so many friends in this game do.

My question is . . . do you make a decent money from trading Barclays all the time ?
My guess is no, because you have been caught out so many times on the big shorts you place, then shut shop when they go against you.
Unlike others who would still post their positions.

Actually I only gave you time all these years, because I actually thought that you may just be a decent trader, behind the scenes, fooling around and having some banter.
Guessed wrong, others categorised you as a troll . . . now I have to agree with them.
You show signs of being a very concise, bitter narcissist.
Apologies if this sounds directive it's how it is chap.

So without having to engage your nonsense all the time,in future when you involve me in your posts, can you either post something constructive, with some technical fundamentals behind your criticism, or just don't bother at all.

This isn't me having a dig neither, because when I post on here its usually because I am trading Barclays on the day or around that time, with which I go through all sites I use, gaging any data that I may have missed.
Combined with my charting, tech data and fundamentals, whilst filtering retail sentiment, so far it works for me.

Essex Town And Country Club, "maybe you forget some of the old banter on here" some people who used to post on here, may still socialise with said people, who now have younger family who engage in marketing, some may even be involved in web design.
If you are not catching my drift, maybe you might want to consider all the (cookie) data obtained.
You may wish to contact **** @ Revive.Digital lol
Don't worry Jack / Walter over these past years I have never bothered to huff and puff and press t
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Mr Wolf
Tue 13:21
Many thanks for taking the time to reply to my question,

must admit I like to play it as safe as is possible when it comes to the stock market - maybe too safe! (I seem to always sell way to early, do not have the stomach for leaving my money in too long) although this has served me well in minimising losses overall.

best of luck to yourself as well Old boy
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Tue 12:11
Its really a case of where does anyone see Barcs sp if the ftse slides back, dollar hammer she pound ect;
It is was not for the Brexit vote,
It's clear the ftse would have trickled higher over these past 2 years.
Our pound would have been on average par as usual, which equates to one thing, Barclays would be in the mid 2's swinging from high 2's to low 2's comfortably again.

So it a case of gaging all relevant factors in how funds, and retail investors predict Barclays worth in this current climate, personally I can't see much impact even if the ftse adjusts itself over this political, brexit chaos.
So I would not lose a wink of sleep if they were to slip lower than your price.
Just means that one would have to sit it out, for a couple of months.
If you like swing trades, take a gander at the A.A plc atm, very tempting price to trade at.
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