BCS - Barclays PLC

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
9.58
+0.03 (+0.31%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close9.55
Open9.57
Bid0.00 x 38800
Ask0.00 x 36200
Day's Range9.52 - 9.61
52 Week Range9.29 - 12.55
Volume3,330,609
Avg. Volume2,121,962
Market Cap42.54B
Beta0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.84
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (2.03%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-08-09
1y Target Est11.39
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents8 minutes ago

    Edited Transcript of BARC.L earnings conference call or presentation 2-Aug-18 8:30am GMT

    Half Year 2018 Barclays PLC Earnings Call

  • Treasury ETFs Surge Amid Turkey Crisis
    Zacksyesterday

    Treasury ETFs Surge Amid Turkey Crisis

    The Turkey distress saw the attention shift to U.S. Treasury ETFs.

  • Barclays Continues to Face Revenue and Brexit Challenges
    Zacks2 days ago

    Barclays Continues to Face Revenue and Brexit Challenges

    Despite success of cost saving efforts to improve efficiency, Barclays (BCS) continues to face pressure on profitability as revenue growth remains muted.

  • Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit - sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit - sources

    Barclays (BARC.L) has begun shifting direct ownership of its French, German and Spanish branches from a British-based entity to its Irish bank, according to sources with direct knowledge of the plans, ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union. The move shows Barclays putting its Brexit contingency plans into action, in common with other banks which are not waiting for the outcome of negotiations over how financial services will operate after Britain leaves the EU in March. The British bank outlined plans to expand its EU-based Irish entity in a slide presentation to investors earlier this month, saying the unit would primarily consist of Barclays corporate, investment and private banking activities and its Barclaycard credit card business in Germany.

  • Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit: sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit: sources

    Barclays (BARC.L) has begun shifting direct ownership of its French, German and Spanish branches from a British-based entity to its Irish bank, according to sources with direct knowledge of the plans, ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union. The move shows Barclays putting its Brexit contingency plans into action, in common with other banks which are not waiting for the outcome of negotiations over how financial services will operate after Britain leaves the EU in March. The British bank outlined plans to expand its EU-based Irish entity in a slide presentation to investors earlier this month, saying the unit would primarily consist of Barclays corporate, investment and private banking activities and its Barclaycard credit card business in Germany.

  • Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit - sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    Barclays shifting ownership of European branches to Irish unit ahead of Brexit - sources

    Barclays has begun shifting direct ownership of its French, German and Spanish branches from a British-based entity to its Irish bank, according to sources with direct knowledge of the plans, ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union. The move shows Barclays putting its Brexit contingency plans into action, in common with other banks which are not waiting for the outcome of negotiations over how financial services will operate after Britain leaves the EU in March. The British bank outlined plans to expand its EU-based Irish entity in a slide presentation to investors earlier this month, saying the unit would primarily consist of Barclays corporate, investment and private banking activities and its Barclaycard credit card business in Germany.

  • Anthony Hilton: Banker bashers will wince at tale of Barclays high life
    Evening Standard6 days ago

    Anthony Hilton: Banker bashers will wince at tale of Barclays high life

    At the launch of The Bank that Lived a little: Barclays in the age of the very free market*, Philip Augar, the author, said while this book is about Barclays it is also about the City. Barclays may have got closer than all the others in seeking to be a global bank in the era after Big Bang in 1986, but in essence all the others wanted that too. Barclays did at least live a little.

  • Barclays Expands Cash-Equities Trading With Six Senior Hires
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Barclays Expands Cash-Equities Trading With Six Senior Hires

    Barclays Plc is continuing its push to expand stock trading with six senior hires.The bank appointed Mike Lewis as managing director of U.S. equities cash trading in New York, according to Brittany Berliner, a spokeswoman.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] How is Musk going to pull this one off?

    FT premium subscribers can click here to receive Due Diligence every day by email. More likely options include China’s Tencent and Gulf sovereign wealth funds, but there’s one problem: the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.

  • Barclays activist Ed Bramson set to lift lid on bank shake-up plans to City
    Evening Standard6 days ago

    Barclays activist Ed Bramson set to lift lid on bank shake-up plans to City

    Activist investor Ed Bramson is set to jet into London in October to lay out more details about his Barclays venture after lifting the lid for the first time on Wednesday. The veteran activist is due to meet investors in his Sherborne vehicle in the autumn and is expected to give more details about his campaign at the bank, a source said. Bramson owns a 5.4% stake in Barclays making him one of the bank's top investors but has kept his plans for the company private until now.

  • Moody's6 days ago

    Custodial Receipts (Barclays RIB), Custodial Receipts, RIB Floater Trust, Series 2018-FR/RI-014 -- Moody's assigns enhanced Aa2 to Custodial Receipts, Series 2018-FR/RI-014B and 2018-FR/RI-014C

    Moody's Investors Service has assigned a Aa2 enhanced rating to Custodial Receipts, RIB Floaters Trust, Series 2018-FR/RI-014B and 2018-FR/RI-014C (the Receipts) evidencing an undivided interest in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Joint Revenue Improvement Bonds, Series 2013A (AMT) and Joint Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2012E (AMT) (the Bonds). The rating assignment on the additional Custody Receipts is a result of the deposit of additional bonds into the trust. The rating is based upon joint default analysis (JDA), which reflects Moody's approach to rating jointly supported transactions.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Activist Sherborne in talks with Barclays over new chairman

    Activist fund Sherborne Investors is in talks with Barclays about replacing chairman John McFarlane as part of a plan to overhaul the British bank. Sherborne, which built a 5.4 percent stake in the lender earlier this year, said in its first half results on Wednesday it was engaging with the lender over the search process and the mandate for McFarlane's successor.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] New US sanctions fears push Russian rouble towards 2-year low

    The rouble fell to its lowest level against the dollar in nearly two years on Wednesday as concern over possible new US economic sanctions began to unsettle investors. Stocks and bonds were also swept up in the worry, which came after newspaper Kommersant published the text of a new US sanctions bill — nearly a week after US senators introduced it.

  • Activist investor Ed Bramson steps up Barclays battle with push to influence next chairman choice
    The Telegraph7 days ago

    Activist investor Ed Bramson steps up Barclays battle with push to influence next chairman choice

    Activist investor Ed Bramson steps up Barclays battle with push to influence next chairman choice

  • Raider Ed Bramson wants say over Barclays chairman search
    Evening Standard7 days ago

    Raider Ed Bramson wants say over Barclays chairman search

    Activist investor Ed Bramson's fund on Wednesday said it was holding talks with Barclays about the bank's choice of replacement for chairman John McFarlane. The veteran investor's fund, Sherborne, said it was engaging with Barclays about the “search process for and mandate of“ a successor for McFarlane when he steps down as one element in a campaign to shake up the bank. Bramson, who buys small stakes in companies and then lobbies for dramatic change, revealed a 5.4% stake in Barclays in March but has kept his plans for the company private until now.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Activist Sherborne Investors in talks with Barclays over new chairman

    Activist fund Sherborne Investors (SIGC.L) said on Wednesday it is in talks with British bank Barclays (BARC.L) over finding a chairman to replace John McFarlane. Sherborne, which built a 5.4 percent stake in the bank earlier this year, said it was engaging with the lender over the search process and the mandate to be given to McFarlane's successor. In an update alongside Sherborne's first-half results, the fund said it was also talking to Barclays about the bank's capital allocation, quality of earnings, capital adequacy, and cost structure.

  • Crypto Prices Plunge as SEC Postpones Bitcoin ETF Decision
    Investing.com7 days ago

    Crypto Prices Plunge as SEC Postpones Bitcoin ETF Decision

    Investing.com – Cryptocurrency prices plunged on Wednesday, with Ripple down more than 16% after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) postponed a decision on the listing of a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF).

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Activist investor Bramson lays down marker on Barclays

    Edward Bramson’s activist investment fund has stepped up the pressure on Barclays by saying it is engaging with the bank on its search for and the mandate of a chairman to replace John McFarlane. Giving ...

  • Barclays criticised by competition watchdog for failing again to tell customers about PPI costs
    The Telegraph9 days ago

    Barclays criticised by competition watchdog for failing again to tell customers about PPI costs

    Barclays criticised by competition watchdog for failing again to tell customers about PPI costs

  • Barclays faces competition watchdog action over PPI failures
    The Independent9 days ago

    Barclays faces competition watchdog action over PPI failures

    The UK’s competition watchdog has taken legal action against Barclays after the bank failed to remind PPI customers about their policies for a second time. In the period from October 2016 to October 2017, Barclays failed to provide a reminder to 2,265 Littlewoods credit card PPI customers, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said. Barclays previously failed to provide annual reminders for almost 10,000 PPI customers in 2015.

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Why Jamie Dimon’s former lieutenants are paid so little in the UK

    With Wall Street still humming in 2007, JPMorgan paid Bill Winters $20m and Jes Staley $18m. Even the following year, after the music stopped, both men made the cover of Fortune magazine , alongside Jamie ...

  • Moody's11 days ago

    Barclays Taxable Muni. Fund (Muni. Deriv.) -- Moody's assigns A2/VMIG 1 to Barclays Taxable Municipal Funding Trust, Series 2018-003 Notes

    NOTE: On August 03, 2018, the press release was corrected as follows: In the headline and first sentence of the press release, the word Barclays was added to the entity name, and the methodology paragraph at the end of the Ratings Rationale section was changed to the following: The principal methodology used in these ratings was Rating Transactions Based on the Credit Substitution Approach: Letter of Credit-backed, Insured and Guaranteed Debts published in May 2017. An additional methodology used in these ratings was Tender Option Bonds and Related Instruments published in February 2018. New York, August 01, 2018 -- Moody's Investors Service (Moody's) has assigned A2/VMIG 1 ratings to Barclays Taxable Municipal Funding Trust, Series 2018-003 Notes (the Notes).

  • Moody's12 days ago

    Custodial Receipts (Barclays RIB), Custodial Receipts, RIB Floater Trust, Series 2018-FR/RI-011 -- Moody's assigns enhanced Aa2 to Custodial Receipts, Series 2018-FR/RI-011B

    Moody's Investors Service has assigned a Aa2 enhanced rating to Custodial Receipts, RIB Floaters Trust, Series 2018-FR/RI-011B (the Receipts) evidencing an undivided interest in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Joint Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2012B (the Bonds). The rating assignment on the additional Custody Receipts is a result of the deposit of additional bonds into the trust. The rating is based upon joint default analysis (JDA), which reflects Moody's approach to rating jointly supported transactions.

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] Barclays Still Needs to Prove Its Profitability Is Permanent

    The bank’s international arm, which contains its investment bank and U.S. credit cards and consumer business, is where the main reallocation of resources has been under way and where the performance is most mixed. Corporate lending income took a hit as Barclays pulled credit from customers that produce revenue but little profit. The only business that really showed gains was equities trading.

  • Barclays boss says hard Brexit could be disaster for banks
    Evening Standard13 days ago

    Barclays boss says hard Brexit could be disaster for banks

    Barclays chief executive Jes Staley on Thursday admitted that Britain’s banks are being punished by the vote to leave the EU and warned that a “hard” Brexit could be a disaster. The American banker was talking as Barclays revealed a 20% jump in half-year profits to £3.7 billion, a sign, said Staley, that the bank is “clean” and ready to keep stealing business from Wall Street giants such as Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds are all “paying a steep price for Brexit” said Staley, with share prices failing to reflect the firms’ value.