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Barclays Halts Sales of 30 More ETNs After Paperwork Blunder

  • Bank announces suspension of dozens more U.S.-listed notes
  • Lender says halt necessary until registration papers refiled
Barclays Plc headquarters in London, U.K.

Barclays Plc headquarters in London, U.K.

Photographer: Hollie Adams/Bloomberg
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Barclays Plc said it has suspended sales of another 30 exchange-traded notes until it is able to fix a paperwork issue with U.S. regulators. 

The London-based lender said sales of affected products under the iPath brand will be halted from Thursday until further notice. The notes boasted assets of $1.6 billion as of the Wednesday close, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.