Barclays Plc (BCS)

7.77
0.03 0.38
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 7.80
Open 7.74
Day Low/High 7.73 / 7.78
52 Wk Low/High 7.07 / 10.48
Volume 1.36M
Avg Volume 2.18M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 4.31B
Market Cap 33.65B
EPS 0.50
Div & Yield 0.33 (4.28%)

Fed's Message Is Loud and Clear; Brexit Is a Huge Headwind

The central bank is telling us that any eventual move upward in rates will be 'gradual.'

Gold Loses Some of Its Support

Gold Loses Some of Its Support

We see protection/fear bets creeping in, and today's price action is a bit discouraging.

MultiPlan to Roll Out $3.3B Loan to Back Hellman & Friedman Takeover

Barclays is set to launch the megaloan at a Monday investor conference.

Investors Should Brace for a 'Brexistential Crisis' in U.K. Assets

Stay away from U.K. homebuilders and banks before the referendum.

Barclays Preps $1.6B Loan for ADT Takeover, the Biggest LBO of 2016

The investment bank is said to be launching a mega-loan to help back the security giant's LBO by Apollo.

More Bad News for European Banks

European financial giants Barclays (BCS) and Deutsche Bank (DB) continue to trade at or near their recent lows. Be forewarned.

Why Hope for a Quick Market Plunge?

That might be too much of a problem, even for bears.

European Banks Are Key to Gold Prices

European Banks Are Key to Gold Prices

But today's weakness in stocks is helping the precious metal.

Barclays Is Nearing a Big Buy Zone

The company is in its most oversold condition since the financial crisis.

Fed Assumes Mantle of Global Watchdog

Fed Assumes Mantle of Global Watchdog

It has become the manager of world economic markets, and more importantly, world currency markets.

Midday Report: GM Suffers Disappointing February; Stocks Rally

Midday Report: GM Suffers Disappointing February; Stocks Rally

Signs the manufacturing sector was recovering triggered an all-out rally on Wall Street.

Valeant Selloff Could Signal Discount Opportunity, Say Analysts

Valeant took a major hit Monday after announcing revisions to its annual sales.

GE Capital Sale Turns to European Businesses; CFO Expects Sales Premium

The industrial giant has come a long way since announcing the wind-down of GE Capital.

European Bank Worries Boost Gold

European Bank Worries Boost Gold

Base metals have been helped by the rally in equities and remain oversold.

Gold Hits $1,200, But Mining Stocks Lag

Gold Hits $1,200, But Mining Stocks Lag

Metal producers' shares pull back after three days of rallying.

Forget the U.S., European Banks Are Ailing

While U.S.-based financials have been hit in recent weeks, their problems pale in comparison to European-based counterparts.

Chinese Stock Markets Close Lower After Rollercoaster Ride

And four other things you need to know now.

Barclays, Goldman Launch New Leveraged Debt as Market Recedes

The leveraged loan market is deteriorating, but investment banks are coming out the gates in 2016 with huge packages.

Fitbit Still Has Room to Grow in Wearable Tech

Fitbit may be starting to look a lot more like Apple, but there's plenty of room in the wearable tech market for both.

Have Banks Learned Leveraged-Debt Lesson?

Citigroup kicks off leveraged finance season with $3 billion Petco debt package.

France's Air Liquide to Buy U.S. Industry Leader Airgas

And four other things you need to know now.

Deutsche Bank Announces Massive Job Cuts; to Exit 10 Countries

And four other things you need to know now.

Closing Bell: Barclays Settles Mortgage Suits; Energy Slides

Closing Bell: Barclays Settles Mortgage Suits; Energy Slides

Stocks were slightly higher at Monday's close after an indecisive day of trading.

Chinese Imports Plunge 20%, but Stock Investors' Confidence Surges

And four other things you need to know now.

China's Currency Weakens Further, Spooking Global Markets

And four other things you need to know now.

Barclays' Profit Up Sharply, but Dividend Target Scrapped

And four other things you need to know now.

David Taylor Named New Procter & Gamble CEO, Lafley to be Executive Chairman

David Taylor Named New Procter & Gamble CEO, Lafley to be Executive Chairman

Procter & Gamble (PG) has named 35-year company veteran David Taylor its new chief executive officer, replacing A.G. Lafley, effective Nov. 1.

Greece Gets Back to Business, Banks Reopen Monday With Higher Withdrawal Limits

Greece Gets Back to Business, Banks Reopen Monday With Higher Withdrawal Limits

Greek banks reopened Monday after being closed for three weeks, with withdrawal limits shifting to 420 euros a week from 60 euros a day.

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Stocks Nosedive in Asian Markets

U.S. Stocks Open Lower as Stocks Nosedive in Asian Markets

U.S. stocks opened lower, following the lead of Asian stocks markets which plummeted in Wednesday trade.

Chinese Stocks Hit 4-Month Low as Panic Selling Spreads

And four other things you need to know now.