Barclays Share Price (BARC)

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Price 208.80on 23-05-2018 at 16:30:00
Change -2.30 -1.09%
Buy 208.55
Sell 208.45
Buy / Sell BARC Shares
Last Trade: Buy 2,633,389 at 211.20p
Day's Volume: 40,368,651
Last Close: 211.10p
Open: 212.15p
ISIN: GB0031348658
Day's Range 207.50p - 212.65p
52wk Range: 177.30p - 220.10p
Market Capitalisation: £35,708m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 17,102m

Recent Trades History Barclays (BARC)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Buy*2,633,389211.2017:25:28 - 23-May-18
Buy*1,512210.64217:13:06 - 23-May-18
Buy*6,757210.64217:13:06 - 23-May-18
Buy*381210.64317:13:06 - 23-May-18
Buy*92,261209.7417:11:42 - 23-May-18
Buy*15,606210.96417:11:33 - 23-May-18
Buy*27209.29617:11:23 - 23-May-18
Buy*12,264209.20317:11:23 - 23-May-18
Buy*912209.19917:11:23 - 23-May-18
Buy*17,161210.91517:03:33 - 23-May-18

Share Price History for Barclays

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
23rd May 2018 (Wed)212.15212.65207.50211.1040,368,651
22nd May 2018 (Tue)209.55211.55208.60208.9033,095,166
21st May 2018 (Mon)208.65210.75208.20207.5030,347,776
18th May 2018 (Fri)209.00209.80206.650.0047,992,028
17th May 2018 (Thu)209.10210.05207.85208.5042,000,427
16th May 2018 (Wed)211.10211.95208.50211.6031,780,477
15th May 2018 (Tue)214.25216.80211.55214.4525,549,502
14th May 2018 (Mon)214.25216.80211.55214.4525,549,502
11th May 2018 (Fri)213.70214.65212.20213.8021,828,625
10th May 2018 (Thu)213.50214.60210.90210.9536,087,770
9th May 2018 (Wed)207.20211.20207.20206.9044,436,577
8th May 2018 (Tue)206.10207.20203.70205.6055,982,496
7th May 2018 (Mon)
4th May 2018 (Fri)202.00205.60200.85202.7063,404,981
3rd May 2018 (Thu)205.65206.55202.05205.4547,886,183
2nd May 2018 (Wed)205.90206.75204.05205.5050,894,435
1st May 2018 (Tue)206.75208.30205.15207.2518,952,172
27th Apr 2018 (Fri)210.50210.65206.70208.9572,486,645
26th Apr 2018 (Thu)208.50217.65207.20210.0087,651,927
25th Apr 2018 (Wed)213.85215.45212.00213.0054,388,956
24th Apr 2018 (Tue)216.75216.75214.60215.4032,704,204

BARC - Barclays Investor Summary

Barclays plc is a multinational financial services company operating in the UK via its subsidiary, Barclays Bank plc. Barclays plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a member of the FTSE 100 share price index. The bank traces its roots back to the 17th century to bonds traders in London and began to develop into the organisation later known as Barclays Bank with the joining of James Barclay as a partner in the mid 18th century. By the late 19th century the bank had begun to develop a branch network and this was accelerated in the early 20th century with the continual takeover of independent banks.

By the mid-1960s Barclays had become recognised as one of the few significant players in the UK consumer banking market. During this time the company launched its flagship 'Barclaycard' which would be the UK's first credit card, and remain its most popular in the following decades. Also during this time the company introduced cash machines for the first time in the UK and opened a US subsidiary: Barclays Bank of California. The company continued to expand in the early 2000s with the acquisition of the Woolwich Building Society which is now used as a brand for Barclay-provided mortgages. Barclays was one of the banks significantly affected by the 2008 banking crisis, being forced to borrow from the UK government emergency funding facility in August of that year but also acquiring the failed Lehman Brothers amid turmoil in the industry. This acquisition may put Barclays in a stronger position than its competitors once the financial crisis has settled.

News about Barclays (BARC)

FTSE Gains, But Shell Struggles

News - Monday, May 14, 2018

The FTSE 100 made its best gains in a full week, but Shell’s shares declined, and Barclays also struggled. The UK’s leading index put in a strong performance, rising alongside European stocks, and returning to form after a poor performance on Wednesday....

FTSE 100 Closes Down by 15 Points

News - Monday, January 29, 2018

The FTSE 100 closed down by 15 points, ending the day at 7,715, while US stocks increased slightly. GKN was one of the main stories of the day, producing improved forecasts. Barclays was another standout. The rest of the markets were subdued, however, and while the day’s results were weak overall, volatility was low as investors waited to see what would happen after the government shutdown....

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