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Company profile

Barclays PLC is a United Kingdom-based global financial services provider that is engaged in retail banking, credit cards, wholesale banking, investment banking, wealth management, and investment management services. The Company operates as two divisions, which include Barclays UK and Barclays International, supported by its service company, Barclays Execution Services. Barclays UK consists of its UK Personal Banking, UK Business Banking and Barclaycard Consumer UK businesses. These businesses are carried on by its UK ring-fenced bank (Barclays Bank UK PLC) and certain other entities. Barclays International consists of its corporate and investment bank and consumer, cards, and payments businesses. These businesses are carried on by its non-ring-fenced bank (Barclays Bank PLC) and its subsidiaries, and certain other entities. Barclays Execution Services provides technology, operations, and functional services to businesses. Its operations include consumer banking and payments services.

Closing Price
$23.60
Day's Change
-0.71 (-2.92%)
Bid
--
Ask
--
B/A Size
--
Day's High
24.05
Day's Low
23.37
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
52,273

10-day average volume:
20,776
52,273

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August 03, 2022
Facebook parent Meta Platforms explores first-ever sale of corporate bonds: report

Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. (META) has reportedly asked banks to look into demand for a potential corporate bond sale --- what would be the tech giant's first, according to a Bloomberg News report. Per the Bloomberg report, the company...(MarketWatch)

July 28, 2022
Barclays sets aside $1.6 billion for trading blunder

By Paul Clarke Barclays put GBP1.3bn ($1.6 bn) aside to cover a trading blunder, hitting second-quarter profits within its corporate and investment bank despite a surge in trading revenue. (MarketWatch)

July 13, 2022
'Inflation is going to be stickier than most people imagine': Inside the obscure market where traders have been mostly right about price gains.

By Vivien Lou Chen It has paid to watch traders like Gang Hu who operate in the over-the-counter world of inflation derivatives. Their 'collective wisdom' sees 8%-plus annual headline CPI readings through September. (MarketWatch)

July 08, 2022
'Inflation is going to be stickier than most people imagine': Inside the obscure market where traders have been mostly right about price gains.

By Vivien Lou Chen It has paid to watch traders like Gang Hu who operate in the over-the-counter world of inflation derivatives. Their 'collective wisdom' sees 8%-plus annual headline CPI readings through September. (MarketWatch)

June 24, 2022
Stagflation, reflation, soft landing or a slump -- what Wall Street expects in the second half of 2022

By Joseph Adinolfi As the first half of 2022 draws to a close, Wall Street investment banks and their legions of strategists have been busy telling clients what they should expect in the second half of what has been an extraordinary year...(MarketWatch)

June 16, 2022
U.S. inflation expected to keep running hot: Traders see 4 straight months of roughly 9% or higher CPI readings

By Vivien Lou Chen `Fixings traders are saying inflation is not only not coming down, it is probably accelerating,' says Gang Hu of WinShore Capital Partners. Just a day after Federal Reserve policy makers delivered their biggest rate...(MarketWatch)

June 10, 2022
2-year Treasury yield hits highest level in over a decade after CPI data dashes hopes for inflation peak

By Vivien Lou Chen and William Watts Yields on 2- and 10-year Treasury notes hit their highest levels in years on Friday, while part of the curve inverted, after data showing the U.S. inflation rate rose to 8.6% in May with few signs of...(MarketWatch)

'Catastrophically bad' inflation report is boosting chances of a 75-basis-point interest-rate hike next week

By Vivien Lou Chen Friday's consumer-price index report for May -- which showed the annual headline U.S. inflation rate climbing to 8.6% in May, with few signs of having peaked -- is boosting the chances of a jumbo-sized rate increase by...(MarketWatch)

April 02, 2022
'Pouring gasoline on the fire': JPMorgan, Citi and other U.S. banks lead rise in lending to oil and gas: report

By Rachel Koning Beals JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Bank of America together account for one quarter of all fossil fuel financing identified over the last six years (MarketWatch)

March 30, 2022
Barclays regulatory debacle offers opportunity in VXX volatility product, trader says

By Steve Goldstein Barclays this week announced it had made what amounted to a $600 million clerical mistake -- it sold more securities than it was authorized to sell. (MarketWatch)

March 29, 2022
Longer dated Treasury yields fall, briefly inverting curve, as investors factor in a more pessimistic outlook

By Vivien Lou Chen and William Watts The 2-year Treasury note yield was little changed Tuesday, while the benchmark 10-year maturity fell sharply, resulting in the 2-year Treasury yield intermittently trading above the 10-year, sending the...(MarketWatch)

A key part of the Treasury yield curve has finally inverted, setting off recession warning -- here's what investors need to know

By Vivien Lou Chen A closely watched measure of the yield curve that serves as one of the bond market's most reliable recession indicators inverted on Tuesday, underlining fears about the economic outlook as the Federal Reserve considers...(MarketWatch)

August 03, 2021
Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG) Q1 Earnings Improve, G&A Expenses Rise

Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG) records a substantial fall in credit costs in the first quarter of fiscal 2021 (ended Jun 30).(Zacks)

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