Barclays said full year pre-tax profits came in at £3.2 billion ($3.98 billion), missing analysts' estimates of a £3.9 billion bottom line but up from £1.15 billion in 2015. The bank also said it improved its CET1 capital, a measure of financial strength, by 100 basis points to 12.4%, well ahead of the 11.8% figure analysts were anticipating.
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