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Share Price: 223.40Bid: 223.35Ask: 223.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Barclays
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 0.07%Open: 224.30High: 224.55Low: 221.75Yesterday’s Close: 223.40


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Fregatr
Posts: 650
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:229.60
RBS news
30 Sep '14
Looks like the banks will have less write offs and more in the pot to pay their fines....good news.
 
Doonagain
Posts: 633
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:229.45
Sundaysun
30 Sep '14
Unless we receive any bad news IMO this should tick up nicely. Not expecting miracles, however, this is cheap at the moment and for me a good investment medium to long term.
Sundaysun
Posts: 954
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:228.90
SP
30 Sep '14
Nice move up ,stronger than the general market ,which is what we need to see to get to the 2.40+ mark
F430
Posts: 3,874
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:227.25
Shorting.
30 Sep '14
As it's being discussed:-

Rbs was an excellent example of a short term (maybe longer) shorting opportunity early this morning. They come in all shapes and forms - and certainly not just after bad news.

G/L all.
MY21
Posts: 3,713
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
RBS trding statement
30 Sep '14
Majority state-owned lender Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) now expects to "significantly" outperform its previous guidance of approximately £1bn in total impairments for the fiscal year 2014 thanks to a strong operating performance by RBS Capital Resolution and a continued improvement in economic conditions and asset prices, including Ireland.
M1k3y
Posts: 57
Research
Opinion:Hold
Price:226.00
Corps
29 Sep '14
and another
'Airbus chief salesman goes on trial in insider trading case' http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f9b52234-4268-11e4-a9f4-00144feabdc0.html .
M1k3y
Posts: 57
Answer
Opinion:Hold
Price:226.00
Joey
29 Sep '14
Thank you for the advice
will let you know how I do shorting
joeysheedy
Posts: 1,040
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
M1
29 Sep '14
Last post as I have to go work on a project for a while. Just,a suggestion. Open a plus500 demo. Reason. It will give you your chosen stop price, in money value, and show you monetary gain of what u aim for as 1st target. Not that there us,much difference in spreads etc. But seeing the actual risk in monetary terms is helpful while learning shorts and spreads. So, eg, in demo, fix your risk every trade at £100. Then always adjust your,stop to not being more than this ( make position size apply to risk allowance. Ok folks. Whatever direction u are here, best of luck, barcs and all others. Cheerio
M1k3y
Posts: 57
Research
Opinion:Hold
Price:226.00
Deepish29
29 Sep '14
Support levels about 2.20 - 2.22 I think.
I suspect a down day in the morning so have opened a demo account to see how this shorting idea works
I see the spreads are quite wide (in my opinion) but will be using BARC only to see if I can follow the 'short' trends when they appear.
Meanwhile in the real world, I am holding Long.
Always willing to learn.
joeysheedy
Posts: 1,040
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:226.00
deepish29
29 Sep '14
On the bulls side, I think price closing above 230, would add hope. But then, if it did get to 250, I for one would short hard, first opp. No point in me discussing my chart here. But last week, was slaughtering to bull money. If close on Friday us below last week's low, certainly not buying time, if not a,shorter



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