Hi Everyone. I'm not in a position to declare whether I think Barclays will go north or south tomorrow (even though I hope it goes north) but I am conscious of other factors that might send the SP a good deal higher, a good deal lower or make it tread water by the end of the week. The FED is expected to issue another declaration regarding its tapering plans tomorrow (Wednesday) and on Friday the US reports its latest job numbers. What could be a good morning tomorrow could easily be dragged back to normality by events in the U.S. but at the same time, bad results could be boosted by good news from the U.S. I've been in this game for a short while but I've learned enough to know that markets are a fickle lot and things could change again by Friday. As for me, Im in at 2.40 and if it reaches this level by Friday, I'll have broken even and then its decision time. Stay? or Sell?. Good luck to all.
don't really think anyone has a true idea regards results tomorrow if there was any hint I'm sure that would have been reflected in the share price today. but i like many others here want barcs to show a good set of results could do with some good news to jump start the share into the £3.00s by xmas.
Unless I have missed something else, the Jefferies quote is one from before back in May and refers to Q1...although why there's a need to quote it again today I'm not sure! "At the time of the first-quarter results, Joseph Dickerson, a banking analyst at US-based brokerage Jefferies Group, echoed the views of many other observers in the banking sector: “While the source of the disappointment was expected, the magnitude was not and we expect further downgrades.” Good luck tomorrow everyone!
Would anyone else like to kick Barclays. Before the results ? Jeffries being the last I don't know what Barclays have done to these guys but something they have done has Pis@@@ them off big time !! Pity it's only Barclays that come in for their attention . Fingers crossed Barclays prove them WRONG tomorrow then I suppose ( NOT) that all that have lined up to tell all and sundry how crap and poor investment Barclays are will issue big reports saying how wrong they were
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