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Barclays PLC (BCS.BA)

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed price. Currency in ARS
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2,193.50-141.50 (-6.06%)
At close: 04:23PM ART
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Previous close2,335.00
Open2,193.50
Bid2,155.50 x N/A
Ask2,321.50 x N/A
Day's range2,193.50 - 2,193.50
52-week range1,418.00 - 2,630.00
Volume3
Avg. volume228
Market cap55.142T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.38
PE ratio (TTM)28.46
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield34.24 (1.51%)
Ex-dividend date03 Mar 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg

    Barclays Sued by Investors Over Multibillion Securities Blunder

    (Bloomberg) -- Barclays Plc was sued by shareholders who claim they suffered significant losses after the British lender disclosed that paperwork errors led it to accidentally issue billions of dollars more in structured and exchange-traded notes than it had registered for sale.Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More WeekThe Great Bond Bubble Is ‘Poof, Gone’ in Worst Year Since 1949‘Read Putin More Often and Carefully,’ Lavrov Tells the WorldUK Market

  • Reuters

    Barclays shareholders sue in U.S. over $17.6 billion debt sale blunder

    Barclays Plc was sued on Friday in a proposed U.S. class action in which shareholders claimed they were defrauded in connection with the British bank's sale of $17.6 billion more debt than regulators had allowed. A complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan by two Florida pension plans seeks to hold Barclays responsible for declines in the prices of its American depositary receipts (ADR)as costs mounted over the blunder. The complaint said Barclays made "materially false and misleading" assurances in its annual reports that its internal controls over financial reporting were effective.

  • Reuters

    Investment banks revenue shake-up looms in 2023, Barclays boss says

    LONDON (Reuters) -Investment banks are likely to see a shake-up in revenues next year, with a rebound in banking and advisory fees expected to soften a hit from a fall in trading income, Barclays' CEO C.S. Venkatakrishnan told an investor event on Tuesday. A trading surge has helped investment banks report robust results this year and helped to offset a dire year for fees on company flotations and M&A deals amid global market turbulence. That could be set to change by the second half of next year, Barclays' CEO said.