Last $24.90 USD
Change Today -0.38 / -1.50%
Volume 107.2K
As of 8:04 PM 02/26/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

ipath bloomberg coffee subin (JO) Snapshot

Open
$25.01
Previous Close
$25.28
Day High
$25.45
Day Low
$24.80
52 Week High
04/24/14 - $42.87
52 Week Low
02/26/15 - $24.80
Market Cap
50.3M
Average Volume 10 Days
101.9K
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
2.0M
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ipath bloomberg coffee subin (JO) Details

Barclays PLC provides various financial products and services worldwide. The company primarily operates in UK Retail and Business Banking; Europe Retail and Business Banking; Africa Retail and Business Banking; Barclaycard; Investment Bank; Corporate Banking; and Wealth and Investment Management segments. It offers current accounts, savings products, Woolwich branded mortgages, unsecured loans, general insurance, and banking and money transmission services to small and medium sized businesses; investment and insurance products; business lending services; bancassurance solutions; and retail, corporate, and credit and debit card services. The company also offers international payments services for consumer and business customers, including credit cards and consumer lending; investment banking services comprising strategic advisory, financing, and risk management services to large corporate, government, and institutional clients; integrated corporate banking solutions, including cash management, lending, and trade financing services to corporates, financial institutions, and multinationals; and a range of wealth and investment management services, such as international and private banking, investment management, fiduciary, and brokerage services. The company was formerly known as Barclays Bank Limited and changed its name to Barclays PLC in January 1985. Barclays PLC was founded in 1896 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

139,600 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/14/14
Founded in 1896

ipath bloomberg coffee subin (JO) Top Compensated Officers

Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Dire...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.1M GBP
Group Finance Director, Executive Director an...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.4M GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

ipath bloomberg coffee subin (JO) Key Developments

Barclays Launches Mortgage Centre in Kenya

Barclays Plc has announced that it has launched a mortgage centre in Kenya. The bank has unveiled a mortgage centre in order to attract first time homebuyers. It is also offering a promotional interest rate of 11.9% for the next two months.

Blackstone Reportedly Makes An Offer For Serco

The Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE:BX) has made a surprise offer to buy back Serco Group plc (LSE:SRP) (formerly Intelenet) as formal bids were fired last week for the asset put on the block, people familiar with the matter said. Blackstone and The Carlyle Group LP (NasdaqGS:CG) are said to be strong contenders even though other financial investors and strategic bidders like Sykes Enterprises, Incorporated (NasdaqGS:SYKE) and Teleperformance S.A. (ENXTPA:RCF) have fielded offers. Barclays PLC (LSE:BARC) could potentially partner with Blackstone to reclaim Intelenet, sources said. Serco, which has mandated Citigroup to run the sale process, is evaluating the offers currently.

Barclays Plc Fails to Win Dismissal of NY Dark Pool Lawsuit

The State Supreme Court in Manhattan on February 13, 2015 rejected Barclays Plc's effort to dismiss state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's lawsuit accusing it of defrauding clients about high-speed trading in its private dark pool trading platform. The State Supreme Court in Manhattan said it was premature to dismiss Schneiderman's claim under the state's Martin Act, a powerful anti-fraud law. Traders are entitled to rely on material representations banks make about their dark pools. If such representations are untrue, the integrity of dark pools will be compromised and investor confidence in them will be shaken. But the court said Schneiderman still must show enough specifics about Barclays' dark pool to demonstrate the bank lied to clients and investors. Quoting from Schneiderman's complaint, Kornreich also said she would not transform the case into a battle over the legality of high-speed trading. Investors in the dark pool are highly sophisticated and, hence, no liability will be found simply on the basis of meaningless words, such as aggressive, predatory, and toxic. The court also dismissed a claim that Schneiderman brought under a separate state law. Schneiderman's lawsuit is among the highest-profile cases as regulators probe high-speed trading, which came under scrutiny in Michael Lewis' bestseller Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt. The case is Schneiderman v. Barclays Capital Inc. et al, New York State Supreme Court, New York County, No. 451391/2014.

 

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