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Barclays (LSE: BARC)

249.63 7.03 (2.90%)

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BARC 249.63p 2.90%
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Today's Open 243.40p
Previous Close 242.60p
Daily Range 243.40p - 252.15p
52-Week Range 0.00p - 252.15p
Market Cap £0.00
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) 0.00p (0.0%)
Volume 49,780,346
Average Daily Volume 0
Current FY EPS 0.00p

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Barclays (BARC) Description

One of the big four clearing banks, Barclays has a history that can be traced back 300 years. It owns credit card business Barclaycard and has a strong investment banking arm in Barclays Capital to go with its high street retail presence. It employs almost 150,000 people around the world. Website:

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