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Barclays Share Chat (BARC)



Share Price: 199.40Bid: 199.36Ask: 199.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Barclays
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 198.82High: 201.45Low: 197.43Yesterday’s Close: 199.40


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Crystal_Balls
Posts: 166
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Price:198.62
RE: 330p
Today 15:56
Not sure about ITV Trend! wish BARC was that price! LOL
 
trend364
Posts: 125
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Price:198.74
330p
Today 14:27
Hi All

As a recent investor here can anyone plse explain to me/justify why Liberum keep posting a target SP of 330p .I personally can't see ITV reaching that price anytime soon even with a takeover.Thanks.
bertram
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Price:195.54
Pension deficit
Tue 18:29
Companies struggling with huge pension liabilities are expected to seize on an accounting gambit by Tesco that enabled it to wipe £3 billion off its stated staff retirement bill yesterday.

Changes to the assumptions about future investment returns cut Tesco£s estimated pension deficit by £1.77 billion, while an adjustment to assumptions about workers£ life expectancy cut it by another £1.32 billion.

More than a third of a million past and present Tesco staff are reliant on the defined-benefit scheme. The assumption changes helped to shrink the stated shortfall from £5.5 billion in February to £2.4 billion in August.

That improvement was in contrast to the deficit estimated by the trustees to the scheme, who said that the shortfall rose by £250 million to £3 billion£

Taken from The Times.
Goldigler
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RE: Goldigler
Mon 22:47
I’m in at 195ish, hopefully that’s near the bottom of the current trend, onwards and upwards please mr Staley.
MrWolf
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RE: Goldigler
Mon 19:57
You are very welcome, good luck if you are stuck in here, like many of us too.
Goldigler
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RE: Goldigler
Mon 19:55
Ta v much Mr Wolf
MrWolf
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Goldigler
Mon 19:52
Santander, Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds, HSBC and Barclays are all understood to have already reported increased impairment charges linked to Carillion£s difficulties. A source close to Barclays said it was the least exposed of the syndicate, while others, including Lloyds, could have made an impairment of around £100m from Carillion.

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Barclays£ unpopular bet on investment banking seems to be paying off in the UK as the bank closes in on the top spot in the UK£s annual investment banking league tables for the first time since 2012.£

Jes Staley, the former JPMorgan banker who took over Barclays with a turnround mandate in 2015, has come in for persistent£criticism from shareholders and analysts for his enduring commitment to the investment bank built up under Bob Diamond.£

New data from industry monitor Dealogic, which was compiled for the Financial Times, suggest that the strategy is bearing fruit in the UK at least.£

Barclays earned fees of $352m in the year to date from M&A and capital markets, giving it a 9.1 per cent market share, comfortably ahead of JPMorgan£s 7.8 per cent share and Goldman Sachs£ 6.6 per cent. In 2016, Barclays had a market share of 6.5 per cent, behind both JPMorgan and Goldman.

Despite being a UK bank, Barclays has only held the top place in the league tables twice in the last 10 years. It is the first time it has held the accolade since Mr Staley launched his strategy to refocus the investment bank around hubs in London and New York, in an attempt to lift persistently poor returns.£

One doesn't usually cut and paste articles, though some others may have missed these.

Personally I.M.O it still looks like a correction, with a little bit of DOJ and Carrillion chucked in the mix.
If we see Barcs fall below 190, then my charting and effort is wrong, whilst Mrs Wolf will have to endure a lot of bad language for some months to come.
GLA
Goldigler
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Carillon
Mon 18:18
Anone got any idea on Barclays exposure to Carillon?
Pat2014
Posts: 133
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Where?s it going
Mon 17:50
Jack

Banks are still making hefty profits ..With QE coming to an end PPI slowing and interest rates rising there appear more opportunities to make money in the Banking sector ... Barclays still have legacy issues to deal with ... Like Smithy says you have a good nose for predicting the down turn ... Where do you see this going .. 204 is my break even we were there a couple of weeks ago and I held ...What£s your prediction for the future
Smith100
Posts: 7
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Price:194.83
RE: EARNINGS Season
Mon 13:24
Good afternoon all.... where do you see this stock going jack?... i asked you last week but you must have missed my post. You have a good record of predicting this stock on the down side. When do you see the tides turning for the better?




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