|Bid||0.00 x 29200|
|Ask||0.00 x 21500|
|Day's Range||8.00 - 8.09|
|52 Week Range||7.07 - 11.54|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||71.61|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.26 (3.06%)|
|1y Target Est||8.54|
(Reuters) - Britain's Co-op Bank approached Barclays Plc in November about Barclays acquiring it, but the talks did not proceed beyond the exploratory stage, the Telegraph newspaper reported late on Saturday. ...
Britain's Co-op Bank approached Barclays Plc in November about Barclays acquiring it, but the talks did not proceed beyond the exploratory stage, the Telegraph newspaper reported late on Saturday. The ...
After Barclays PLC's (LON:BARC) earnings announcement on 31 March 2019, the consensus outlook from analysts appear...
Rating Action: Moody's affirms Barclays PLC's senior unsecured debt ratings and changes the outlook to positive. Global Credit Research- 17 May 2019. Outlook revised to positive from stable on Barclays ...
On April 29, 2019, Barclays Bank PLC (“Barclays”) had announced the transfer of primary listing for sixteen iPath Exchange Traded Notes from NYSE and NASDAQ to CBOE. Barclays Bank PLC (“Barclays”) announced today that the NASDAQ exchange (the “Exchange”) has notified Barclays that as an issuer Barclays did not comply with the NASDAQ listing rule 5840(j) (the “Rule”) that requires an issuer that chooses to voluntarily delist its securities to notify NASDAQ at least 10 days prior to filing a Form 25 and publish notice of the intent to delist, along with the reasons for the delisting, via press release.
Mexico’s central bank voted unanimously to keep its key interest rate at the highest in a decade after inflation exceeded the target range. Banco de Mexico, led by Governor Alejandro Diaz de Leon, left borrowing costs at 8.25%, in line with the forecasts of all 23 economists surveyed by Bloomberg. Inflation risks remain to the upside and the central bank will keep a prudent monetary stance, according to the statement following the decision.
BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - Barclays, Citigroup, JP Morgan, MUFG and Royal Bank of Scotland were fined a combined 1.07 billion euros ($1.2 billion) by the European Union on Thursday for rigging the multi-trillion dollar foreign exchange market. Banks have been hit with billions of dollars in penalties worldwide over the last decade for the rigging of benchmarks used in many day-to-day financial transactions, further damaging the industry's fragile reputation after the financial crisis.
Financial services software startup OpenFin has raised $17 million in a funding round led by Wells Fargo & Co with participation from Barclays , the company said on Thursday. Existing investors including JPMorgan Chase & Co, Bain Capital Ventures and Pivot Investment Partners, also participated in the round, the company said. OpenFin, which is headquartered in New York and London, will use the cash injection to accelerate sales efforts and for product development, it said.
Today, Unreasonable Group and Barclays released a new report highlighting the remarkable accomplishments of the Unreasonable Impact program from the first three years of the partnership. Co-founded in 2016, this unique accelerator supports growth-stage entrepreneurs, whose ventures have the potential to employ thousands worldwide while solving some of the most pressing global social and environmental challenges.
Barclays, Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, MUFG and Royal Bank of Scotland have been fined a total of 1.07 billion euros ($1.2 billion) by EU antitrust regulators for rigging the spot foreign exchange market for 11 currencies. Swiss bank UBS was exempted from a 285 million euro fine since it alerted the existence of two cartels to the European Commission. A similar case with the U.S. regulators is ongoing where Barclays, BNP Paribas, Citigroup, J.P. Morgan, Royal Bank of Scotland and UBS have entered related guilty pleas, and been collectively fined more than $2.8 billion.
China hawks in the Trump administration have been pushing him for months to sign the executive order amid rising alarm within US security and intelligence agencies about the vulnerability of Huawei-supplied wireless networks to Chinese spying.
The Bank of England warned prosecutors that a criminal charge against Barclays could present an existential threat to the lender, showing that regulators still worry about large banks being “too big to jail”. According to people familiar with the matter, in 2017, Sam Woods, the BoE’s top banking supervisor, told David Green, the then-director of the Serious Fraud Office, that there could be unpredictable consequences if there were charges against Barclays over crisis-era payments to Qatar.
Noor Bank is working with Barclays Plc on the deal, the people said, asking not to be identified because the discussions are private. An acquisition would create a lender with 278 billion dirhams ($76 billion) in assets. Dubai Islamic Bank can see “a lot of synergies with an acquisition of Noor,” Chief Executive Officer Adnan Chilwan said last month after Bloomberg reported that the companies had held initial talks.
(Bloomberg) -- Emerging-market equities saw their worst rout last week since February 2018, while currencies extended a four-week losing streak as trade clashes intensified between the world’s two largest economies. The U.S. ratcheted up tariffs on $200 billion of goods from China, which vowed to retaliate.
Big global banks in trouble again, with the expected conclusion of investigation by EU regulators, in the coming weeks, alleging the financial firms for rigging prices in the foreign exchange market.
Barclays, Citigroup , HSBC, JPMorgan and three other banks are set to be fined by EU antitrust regulators in coming weeks for rigging the multi-trillion dollar foreign exchange market, two people familiar with the matter said. The other three lenders are Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS and a small Japanese bank, the people said. In contrast, Credit Suisse, which has previously said it did not find any evidence of misconduct, is fighting the EU antitrust charge.
Brussels’ findings, and potential fines, are due to land this month, several people familiar with the matter said. UBS, Royal Bank of Scotland, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Barclays and HSBC, each of which began negotiating a settlement with the EU in 2017, are in the spotlight. The claim is seeking damages for heavy-hitting investors including Allianz Global Investors, PIMCO, Brevan Howard and the Norwegian state pension fund.
China's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Says He Wasn't Aware of Any Xi-Trump Phone CallHere are the KEY TAKEAWAYS from U.S.-China trade tensions Friday:The Trump administration imposed a 25% tariff on more than $200 billion in Chinese goods, up from 10% before, in its most aggressive step yet in the trade war. China said it will take ``necessary countermeasures,'' though has yet to specify themDay one of talks between top Chinese and U.S. economic officials in Washington ended with little progress and a downbeat mood, according to people familiar with the talks. The index closed up 3.1% and the yuan roseInvestors are also on the lookout for any sign of a call between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, after Trump said he’d received a letter from Xi and flagged the potential for a phone conversation between themNext steps to watch include the details on China’s retaliation, news on any broader stimulus efforts to safeguard growth and on any move by Trump to impose new 25% tariffs on $325 billion more of imports, a threat that he reiterated Thursday Chris Anstey Managing Editor, Asia Cross-Asset Markets05/10 03:55 ETThank you for following our coverage of the ongoing China-U.S. trade spat.