Barclays PLC (BARC)

181.66
-13.84(-7.08%)
  • Volume:
    62,353,299
  • Bid/Ask:
    180.00/199.00
  • Day's Range:
    181.66 - 189.08

BARC Overview

Prev. Close
195.5
Day's Range
181.66-189.08
Revenue
25.41B
Open
187.38
52 wk Range
111.83-217.63
EPS
0.31
Volume
62,353,299
Market Cap
30.4B
Dividend (Yield)
3.00
(1.53%)
Average Volume (3m)
35,659,818
P/E Ratio
5.81
Beta
1.66
1-Year Change
30.22%
Shares Outstanding
16,732,487,002
Next Earnings Date
23 Feb 2022
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Barclays PLC Company Profile

Industry
Banks
Sector
Financial
Employees
83000

Barclays PLC, through its subsidiaries, provides various financial products and services in the United Kingdom, rest of Europe, the Americas, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. The company operates through Barclays UK and Barclays International divisions. It offers financial services, such as retail banking, credit cards, wholesale banking, investment banking, wealth management, and investment management services. The company also engages in securities dealing activities; and issues credit cards. The company was formerly known as Barclays Bank Limited and changed its name to Barclays PLC in January 1985. Barclays PLC was founded in 1690 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • will it cross 212p level this month.
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    • hit 200p soon?
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      • will it hit 200p in this month
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    • Time for two step forward
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      • one step forward ten steps backwards. this is the barclays story now
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        • Its not that bad. The only negative was the dividend being a bit lower than 2019
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      • performances individuelles de l'entreprise et la politique du gouvernement est également importante.
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        • Move up to 200 . P/E 13 to 15 is normal....Expecting more profit for the Bank this year even before rates go up .
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          • what is P/E
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        • is Barclays end of story. Or will it move again.
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          • Buy on 179 and sell on 190.
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            • every country and market related with other. some time stock go up its individual company performance and Govt policy also matters.
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            • We each must make our own decisions, based upon our own efforts. Confident predictions do not always come to fruition... certainly not in a short time frame.
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            • You cannot have a lot of confidence in this stock if you are aiming for just a 6% gain ?Considering its price range and financial status it most definitely is not a penny stock and warrants a gain anywhere between 35-65% before selling unless one is desperate.
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          • one step forward and two steps back..despite all the profits in q1😠
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            • Just bought in at 178. This will defo rise by at least 10 by this time next week.
              5
              • All other banks are improving apart from barclays, bad news
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            • buy the rumor sell the news is all, it'll recover
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              • It defies logic.
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                • huh dropped 5.5%..why?
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                  • No idea.. results seem pretty good
                    1
                  • be the buyers who bought at 84p selling their stake
                    1
                • Where do you think this will end up in the short term?
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                  • bullish on this one
                    1
                    • Expected to keep going up? Or start getting overvalued? Thought?
                      1
                      • Still think it has scope, Im holding out for the magic £2 🤞
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                    • expected fluctuations today?
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                      • Aside from financial access to the bloc, why is this going down? Is it pricing in for earnings season next month?
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                        • http://poundf.co.uk/barclays-share-price-forecast doesn't look good.
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                          • The forecasts on this website have not been at all accurate in the past.
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                        • Bank of England ramps up stress tests for UK lenders to reflect a worst-case scenario for the Covid-battered economy The central bank has tweaked this year’s stress tests, designed to ensure banks can withstand an economic shock, to reflect the harm which the pandemic has already caused. This is similar to the outcome the Bank produced in its test last year, when it imagined how bad a crash would have to be for banks to have to significantly eat into cash buffers. https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-9168595/Bank-England-ramps-stress-tests-UK-lenders.html
                          3
                          • BofE annouced last year, mid-Sept if not mistaken, that banks had proved they had sufficient buffers to withstand the pandemic. Lenders have been tested on umpteen occasions to ensure they are sufficiently positioned take a head first impact such as the GFC 2008. This stress test is to reinforce their analysis....i think
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                        • https://investomania.co.uk/2021/01/is-the-barclays-share-price-still-attractive-after-recent-gains/
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                          • www.theguardian.com/world/2021/jan/04/england-to-enter-toughest-covid-lockdown-since-march
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                            • Why are bank stocks going down, anyone?
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                              • I would think its because the Brexit Deal doesn’t favour banking sector also still fallout from Covid-19 to worry about. However I do believe they will rise in time as economies recover in 2021
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                              • Thanks Keith, once “all” the dust settles hopefully we can see some positive gains👍
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                              • Covid Business loans and SE support loans may not be paid in full hence creating bad debt...that may offset the net profit for a few quarters because if a write off
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                            • 180p in 3 months
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                              • 175 ? i think,
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                                • yes anywhere between 175 and 200 would be 👌
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