Barclays (BARC: GBX212.65) down 3.3% in 3 days, announces buyback of shares; -GBX7.35 [3.3%] 05 June 2024

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Barclays PLC's (L: BARC GBX212.65) stock price extended its slide on Wednesday, shedding an additional GBX2.35 (1.1%) to close at GBX212.65.

The shares have dropped GBX7.35 (3.3%) over the past three trading days; compared with the FTSE 100 Index which fell 28.4 points (0.3%) in the three days for a relative price change of -3.0%.

The cumulative volume in the 3 days was at about its average 3-day volume of 48.3 million shares. There were 51,090,000 shares worth GBP108.6 million ($138.9 million) traded today.

Barclays PLC is the 3rd largest Bank by market cap in the United Kingdom.

BARCLAYS (BARC) Stock Dashboard [traded in British Pound, GBP] End-of-Day Wed, Jun 05

http://www.barclays.com

LastGBX212.65Market CapGBP32 billion [US$41 billion]
P/E7.6Dividend Yield % (TTM)3.8
EPS (FY2023)0.28 GBXDPS (past 12 months)GBX8
Shares Outstanding14,920,000,000ExchangeUNITED KINGDOM [CHI-X (UK), London]
BARC in IndicesFTSE 100SectorBank [of 19 stocks]
EPS Growth (FY2023 vs FY2022)-9.7%Today's VI*1.1
Today's Volume51,090,000Currency1.000 GBP = 1.278 USD
Ave Daily Volume48,267,032 sharesPV$1000 (1 yr)GBX1,510
US$1,550
52-Week Price Range124.31 - 224.25

Primary Exchange and Other Listings: Trading Currency and Volume (Excl ADR)

ExchangeTickerCurrencyLastADVTVol % of TotalToday's VI
LondonBARCGBX212.6548,267,03193.21.1
XetraBCYEUR2.54425,7516.88.8
Total100.00

1 GBX [Pence Sterling]= 0.0118 EUR

ADVT= Avg. Daily Volume of Trading; VI= Volume Index (1 is avg)

Bullish Turning Point

Williams % R

The stock is oversold according to the Williams % R indicator of -85.9, suggesting the price is close to its 14-day low. The Williams % R was previously -68.5.

INDEX

SECTION 1 RECENT NEWS AND RESEARCH

SECTION 2 THE PAST QUARTER: PRESS RELEASES

SECTION 3 TODAY'S BULLISH SIGNALS

SECTION 4 ONGOING BULLISH PARAMETERS

SECTION 5 TODAY'S BEARISH SIGNALS

SECTION 6 ONGOING BEARISH PARAMETERS

SECTION 7 CORPORATE PROFILE

SECTION 8 BANK METRICS

SECTION 9 DIVIDEND

SECTION 10 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

SECTION 11 BARCLAYS PREFERRED SHARES

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ANNEXURE

APPENDIX I DATA & ARCHIVE DOWNLOAD CENTER

APPENDIX II STOCK IDENTIFIERS

GLOSSARY

SECTION 1 RECENT NEWS AND RESEARCH

BUYBACK OF SHARES

Barclays announced a buyback of 4,551,871 shares worth GBP9,862,193 (or $12,606,841) on June 04. The buyback price was GBX216.66.

Reported buyback transactions [TTM]
PeriodNo. of sharesWeighted Average price, GBXValue, GBX
Jun 247,746,879218.521,692,835,891
May 2481,385,242201.4216,392,604,470
Apr 2460,052,152189.9411,406,387,142
Mar 2480,724,05417714,288,208,403
Feb 2418,646,737164.963,075,916,510
Oct 23123,998,307153.519,034,270,908
Sep 23104,649,456153.516,064,071,403
Aug 23155,621,788147.1422,897,973,069
Jul 2314,184,045155.72,208,435,717
Total647,008,660

Net reported buyback transactions: since July 2023: Bought 647,008,660 shares at an average price of GBX3 worth GBP16,928,358.91.

VI* Volume Index = Number of shares traded today/Average number of shares traded per day.

Past quarter momentum up: Barclays soars 25% on firm volume 1.1 times average.

Past month to HighLowVWAPVolume Index *
05 Jun 2024224.25204.10215.131.0
03 May 2024207.45176.24192.331.3
05 Apr 2024194.12167.64180.101.2

[*Volume Index of 1.0 means volume for the month was 1.0 times its 12-month average]

[VWAP is defined as the Volume Weighted Average Price; High Low prices and VWAP are shown in Great Britain Pound]

SECTION 2 THE PAST QUARTER: PRESS RELEASES

2.1 Press Releases and Corporate Wire

Press Release article 1 of 2, 1200 words

May 22: Barclays : Chairman's Statement

Chairman's introduction

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Banks and the banking system should at all times strive for a high degree of stability and reliability, reflecting their resilience, continuity of service to customers and clients, and the essential mechanics they perform for national and global economies. The premium for stability and reliability, and the challenge of achieving both, rise in difficult times. The essence of our message to you this year is that Barclays is well on the journey to a more sustainable, and satisfactory performance, but has more to do and a plan to do it.

That the global background is unpredictable is obvious and volatility is now the backdrop to our world, where we seek so many things with only partial success - continuing economic growth, predictable courses for inflation and interest rates, settled patterns of global trade, stability within and between nations.

2023 started with fairly uniform and downbeat economic and equity market expectations. On both counts, however, the intervening twelve months surprised on the positive side, but not without considerable stress being experienced by households and businesses, triggered by inflation and rising interest rates. It is testimony to the resilience of the economic system that this occurred but is sobering to note how wrong so much of the predictive commentary could be. As a global bank we must pay close heed to shifts in the external environment and reverberations for our stakeholders. Banks vary enormously, by geography and by individual firm, in terms of how they respond to changes in interest rates and the interest rate curve. After years of negligible interest rates, banks have to find the right balance between higher rates for borrowers, which improve profitability, and sometimes conflicting consumer and political expectations; this is not an easy balance to strike.

We have also reinforced the talent and infrastructure of the Investment Bank, in Markets and Banking in particular, given that these are scale-dependent businesses and are central to the diversified returns strategy we pursue. The consumer businesses of Barclays have received less consistent and focused investment.

The challenges of performance and valuation are linked but distinct. In addressing the challenges and regulatory requirements of the postfinancial crisis world Barclays has become overly complex and cost-heavy. It is not always the case that more resources and extra processes make a financial institution safer or more resilient. Complexity can lead to accountability or responsibility being unclear at times, and to unnecessary cost; being simpler is often safer, and more cost efficient. In other words, how we operate is as important as the shape of the business model. There are a small number of business lines which we plan to exit in 2024, but these are not particularly material to the performance challenge. The big task is to execute Venkat's ambition to be consistently excellent. The simplification of processes and the streamlining of management layers in the bank are fundamental to this. This process is well underway and it lay behind the decision to take a significant fourth quarter restructuring charge last year.

The valuation challenge is obviously less directly under our control. The Board's view remains that the diversified returns strategy which we pursue is the right one. However, it brings business complexities, and there is a scarcity of comparable banks in Europe.

Our commitment to the Investment Bank remains strong, and its priority over the next few years, having reached overall scale, is to become more capital efficient and thus profitable, in part through improved prioritisation around activities and clients. The cost structure also requires some work. Given this, we do not envisage needing to add materially to the capital deployed in the Investment Bank. At the same time we will step up investment in the consumer businesses of Barclays on both sides of the Atlantic.

As a result, we expect the allocation of capital within the bank to shift, with Markets and Banking coming to represent a rather lower proportion of RWAs over coming years. We think that this balance, as long as it is reinforced by continuing returns at the appropriate level, should improve investor sentiment towards this business.

Secondly, we continue the journey to make sure that investors have more confidence in where and how we make money. Our disclosures around risk and profitability have improved markedly over the last few years and we remain committed to doing more. The new divisional reporting arrangement will help here, including being transparent about those areas of the business where profitability improvement is most needed.

In his letter to shareholders Venkat sets out in more detail his vision for Barclays, including new financial targets, and a clear plan to achieve them.

Our partnerships with sport are another meaningful demonstration of how we can support the development of vital skills and confidence which are critical to the future success of our communities. Building on our comprehensive sponsorship of girls' and women's football since 2019, in 2023 we debuted as the Official Banking Partner of Wimbledon, integrating it with our existing programmes to support employability and skills, our focus on sustainability, and connecting clients, customers and communities.

The UK has been Barclays' home for over 300 years and as such we play an active part in its economic success. Against a backdrop of constrained public finances, high inflation and interest rates, we recognise the increasing imperative for financial institutions to play a prominent role in fostering sustainable economic growth. We have continued to do just that through 2023, from our growing network of Barclays Eagle Labs supporting entrepreneurship, to our close participation in public policy consideration of how the UK's capital markets can be bolstered to unlock business growth. The various threads of our performance I have recounted are only made possible by the steadfast dedication and hard work of colleagues. On behalf of the Board I would like to thank all of them for their ongoing commitment to serve our stakeholders, and to deliver Barclays' success.

I am also grateful to all of my Board colleagues for their contributions this last year. We welcomed Marc Moses to our Board in January 2023 and Sir John Kingman to our Board and as Chair of Barclays Bank UK PLC in June 2023. Both bring a deep experience of financial services. Julia Wilson, who joined the Board in 2021, took over as Chair of the Audit Committee in April 2023 and you can read her letter to shareholders on page 166. I would also like to reiterate my thanks to Mike Ashley and Crawford Gillies who retired from the Board during 2023, having supported Barclays through a period of considerable change during their tenure.

I look forward to discussing Barclays' performance in 2023 and plans for the year ahead at our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 9 May 2024 in Glasgow, which is the home of our net zero campus and base for over 5,000 colleagues. The meeting will take place at the Scottish Events Campus, Armadillo, Glasgow and shareholders will be invited to participate in person or online.

2024 will be notable as we renew our focus on delivering high quality products and service to our customers and clients, and on improving our returns to investors.

Press Release article 2 of 2, 28 words

May 09: Barclays announces AGM

Barclays has announced its Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday, May 09.

2.2 Net reported buyback transactions:

Between June 01 and June 30, 2024

Bought 7,746,879 shares at an average price of GBX219 worth GBP16,928,358.0.

2.3 Insider Selling

Source: WEC

Wed May 01, 2024

Barclays group head of public policy & corporate responsibility Sasha Wiggins sells shares worth GBP154,350

Tuesday April 30, 2024

Barclays (L:BARC) Group Head of Public Policy & Corporate Responsibility Sasha Wiggins sold 75,000 shares worth GBP154,350 ($193,729) on April 29. The selling price was GBP2.06.

Tue Apr 30, 2024

Barclays group chief operating officer and chief executive, bx Alistair Currie sells shares worth GBP508,750

Monday April 29, 2024

Barclays (L:BARC) Group Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive and BX Alistair Currie sold 250,000 shares worth GBP508,750 ($636,777) on April 25. The selling price was GBP2.04.

Tue Mar 19, 2024

Barclays group human resources director Tristram Roberts sells shares worth GBP1.3 million

Monday March 18, 2024

Barclays (L:BARC) Group Human Resources Director Tristram Roberts sold 750,000 shares worth GBP1,325,250 ($1,688,445) on March 15. The selling price was GBP1.77.

SECTION 3 TODAY'S BULLISH SIGNALS

3.1 Relative Value Indicators: Undervaluation compared with sector averages

Price/Earnings:

Barclays stock is trading at the eighth lowest P/E multiple in the FTSE 100 Index.

3.2 Relative Value Indicators: Undervaluation compared with Index averages and bond yield

- Earnings yield of 13.2% is more attractive compared with the United Kingdom average earning yield of -113.6%.

- The earnings yield of 13.2% is 3.1 times the 10-year bond yield of 4.2%.

(All figures in %)

Earnings Yield13.2
United Kingdom avg-113.6
Dividend Yield3.8
Bond Yield4.2

Dividend Yield > 2/3rd Bond Yield:

The dividend yield of 3.76% is 0.89 times the triple-A bond yield of 4.21%; it is also above the benchmark of 2/3rd set by Benjamin Graham.

(All figures in %)

Dividend Yield3.76
Bond Yield4.21
Spread0.45

SectorP/EDividend Yield %
Forbes 2000Stock: 7.6; Sector: 19.0Stock: 3.8; Sector: 0.8undervalued

3.3 Rank in the top 16% by Relative Valuation in the United Kingdom market

DescriptionValueRank
P/E * P/NTA3.79In Top 15%
Price to Book Value0.5In Top 16%

3.4 Rank in the top 13% by Price Performance in the United Kingdom market

DescriptionValueRank
Rel Strength 6 mo94In Top 7%
PV1000 [1 yr] $1,550In Top 13%

3.5 Uptrend

Beta > 1 combined with price rise. The Beta of the stock is 1.7.

Price/Moving Average Price of 1.33 and positive MACD:

- The Price/MAP 200 for Barclays is 1.33. Being higher than 1 is a bullish indicator. It is higher than the Price/MAP 200 for the FTSE 100 Index of 1.07, a second bullish indicator. The stock is trading above both its MAPs and the 50-day MAP of GBX200.54 is higher than the 200-day MAP of GBX159.80, a third bullish indicator. The 200-day MAP has increased to GBX159.80, a fourth bullish indicator.

- The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) indicator of 12-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) of 215.52 minus the 26-day EMA of 210.92 is positive, suggesting a bullish signal.

- The price to 50-day EMAP ratio is 1.1, a bullish indicator. In the past 50 days this ratio has exceeded 1.1, 48 times suggesting further upside. The 50-day EMAP has increased to GBX201.0. An increase is another bullish indicator.

Past Month:

- Rises to Falls: In the past month the number of rises outnumbered falls 14:6 or 2.3:1.

Past Quarter:

- In the last three months the stock has hit a new 52-week high twenty-two times, pointing to a significant uptrend.

The Best 3 weeks in the past quarter

In the past quarter the week beginning Monday April 22 saw the highest weekly rise of 10% for a relative price increase of 6.9%. The rise was propped up by volume of 1.9 times average.

Mon-FriChange %FTSE 100 Index Change %Vol Ind [1 is avg]
Apr 22-26103.11.9
May 06-105.72.71.2
Apr 01-053.6-0.51.6

Relative Strength (6 months) 94 percentile:

- The stock has a 6-month relative strength of 94 in the United Kingdom market of 1,125 stocks, 70 ADRs and 12 preference stocks which means it is beating 94% of the market.

3.6 Other Bullish Signals

- Net profit margin has averaged 25.7% in the last 3 years. This is considered superior and suggests a high margin of safety.

3.7 Oversold/Bullish Signals:

- The stock is oversold according to the Williams % R indicator of -85.9, suggesting the price is close to its 14-day low of GBX210.75.

SECTION 4 ONGOING BULLISH PARAMETERS

4.1 Rank in the top 98% by Liquidity in the United Kingdom market

DescriptionValueRank
Ave daily turnoverGBP71 million ($91 million)In top 98%

4.2 Present Value of GBP1000 Invested in the Past [3 Mo, 1 Yr, 3 Yrs]; The Best Periods with PVGBP1000 > 1,254

PVGBP1,0003 mo ago1 yr ago3 yrs ago
BARC.LGBP1,255GBP1,510GBP1,498
Bank sectorGBP1,043GBP494GBP615
FTSE 100 IndexGBP1,079GBP1,085GBP1,167

4.3 The Best Periods [3 Mo, 1 Yr, 3 Yrs] with Price Change % > 25.4

3-Year price change of 31.2% for Barclays outperformed the change of 16.7% in the FTSE 100 Index for a relative price change of 14.5%.

Price Change %QuarterYear3 Years
Barclays25.543.531.2
Bank sector4.3-50.4-38.5
FTSE 100 Index7.28.416.7

4.4 MCap: 5-Year Increase of GBP5 B [$66M] (19%)

In the past 5 years Market Capitalization has increased by GBP5.2 billion (19%) from GBP26.6 billion to GBP31.7 billion. Based on a dynamic start date of 5 years ago, there have been declines in MCap in 3 out of 5 years.

PriceMCap (GBP B)MCap ($ B)
LastGBX212.6531.740.6
1 Year agoGBX148.1624.530.4
2 Years agoGBX152.9228.135.5
3 Years agoGBX162.1031.342.8
4 Years agoGBX36.0621.426.9
5 Years agoGBX44.0726.633.6

4.5 Annualised Period-based Total Shareholder Returns [TSR %]: The Best Periods with TSR > 14.2%

TSR %1 yr3 yrs5 yrs10 yrs
BARC.L5114.341.515.4

4.6 Increased VWAP, up 304% in 5 years

In the past five years Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) has increased by 304.3% to GBX159.53.

Past five years, 12 months ended Jun 05 (GBX)

YearHigh PriceVWAPLow Price
2024224.25159.53124.31
2023178.39146.97121.89
2022195.6156.68127.64
2021164.241.6825.95
202056.3339.4621.32

4.7 Increased share turnover, up 5% in 5 years

In the past five years, average daily share turnover has increased 5.3% to GBX7.2 billion ($92.3 million). This suggests increased liquidity.

Past five years, 12 months ended Jun 05 (GBP million)

YearAverage Daily Turnover
202472.2
202366.7
202254.3
202160.1
202068.5

4.8 Satisfies one criterion of Benjamin Graham

- The P/E of 7.6 multiplied by the P/NTA of 0.5 is 3.8. Being less than the Benjamin Graham benchmark of 22.5 the stock appears undervalued.

4.9 Year-over-year (%) Change in Dividend:

Final dividend for FY 2023 was GBP5.30. The year-on-year change was up 6.0% from GBP5.0 in the previous year FY 2022.

FinalFY 2022FY 2023
Dividend (GBX)5.05.3

SECTION 5 TODAY'S BEARISH SIGNALS

5.1 PAST WEEK: MODERATE MOMENTUM DOWN

BARC dips 0.7% on firm volume 1.1 times average. Compared with the FTSE 100 Index which rose 63.5 points (or 0.8%) in the week, the relative price change was -1.5%.

Barclays (BARC) underperformed the FTSE 100 Index in 3 out of 5 days. The price ranged between a low of GBP212.65 on Wednesday Jun 05 and a high of GBP220.0 on Friday May 31.

DateBarclaysClose [GBP]Change %Comment
Wed Jun 05Down 3.3% in 3 days212.65-1.1Price fall on falling relative strength
Tue Jun 04Down 2.3% in 2 days215-1.9Steepest Fall; VI*=1.2
Mon Jun 03Decreases219.2-0.4Price fall on falling relative strength
Fri May 31Offers earnings yield of 12.7%2200.7VI*=1.7
Thu May 30Climbs 2.1% strengthening above moving average price218.552.1Top Rise; RPC=1.4%

* RPC - Relative Price Change is % price change of stock less % change of the FTSE 100 Index.

[Volume Index (VI); 1 is average]

5.2 Other Bearish Signals

- As per the Du Pont analysis, Return on Equity is less than stellar at 7.4%. This is computed as net profit margin of 21.0% times asset turnover [sales/assets] of 0.02 times leverage factor [total assets/shareholders' equity] of 20.6.Also, this has deteriorated from 8.6% last year.

ROE (%)Profit Margin (%)Asset TurnoverLeverage factor
Current Year7.421.00.0220.6
Previous Year8.623.90.0221.9

SECTION 6 ONGOING BEARISH PARAMETERS

6.1 A 93.1% Increase in Insider Selling

In the past 5 years a total of 11,247,987 Barclays shares worth GBP18.9 million were sold by insiders. Based on a dynamic start date of 5 years ago, insider selling has averaged 2,249,597 shares per year. In the past year, insiders sold 3,748,016 shares, an increase of 93.1% from the previous year.

YearNo. of SharesValue, GBP
Jun 05, 20243,748,0166,373,635
1 Yr ago1,940,7362,985,554
2 Yrs ago1,007,5691,919,901
3 Yrs ago3,905,9546,784,285
4 Yrs ago645,712808,620
Total11,247,98718,871,994

6.2 Declining Volume, down 16% in 5 years

In the past five years, Average Daily Volume of Trading (ADVT) has decreased 15.6% to 48.3 million shares.

Avg. Daily Volume Traded 12 months ended Jun 05, million shares

YearADVT
202448.3
202345.6
202234.6
202147.8
202057.2

6.3 Satisfies 1 out of 9 criterion of Joseph Piotroski [pass mark 5]:

- Positive net income.

But does not meet the following 8 criteria of Joseph Piotroski:

- Positive operating cashflow.

- Return on Assets improvement.

- Good quality of earnings [operating cashflow exceeds net income].

- Improvement in long-term debt to total assets.

- Improvement in current ratio.

- Total shares on issue unchanged (or reduction in total shares on issue).

- Improvement in gross margin.

- Improvement in asset turnover.

SECTION 7 CORPORATE PROFILE

7.1 Activities

Barclays PLC provides various financial products and services in Europe, the United States, Africa, and Asia. It offers retail and commercial banking, credit cards, investment banking, wealth management, and investment management services. The companys products include current account and savings products, Woolwich branded mortgages, unsecured loans, protection products, general insurance, credit cards, Sharia-compliant products, installment finance and commercial property finance, commercial loans, and personal loans. It also offers money transmission, international and private banking, investment management, fiduciary, and brokerage services, as well as payment solutions and mobile banking services. In addition, the company provides fixed income, currency and commodities, foreign exchange, emerging markets, money markets, and credit services; equities, which include cash and equity derivatives and prime services; investment banking products and services that comprise financial advisory, and equity and debt underwriting; and advisory services. It serves individual, commercial, corporate, institutional, retail, and mass affluent customers. 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. It is 3rd largest Bank by market capitalisation in the United Kingdom,

7.2 Contact Details

Websitehttp://www.barclays.com
Physical Address1 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5HP, United Kingdom
Phone44-20-71161000
Fax44-20-71167665

7.3 Industry & Sector [of 609 stocks]

Classification LevelName of Sector
Business SectorBanking & Investment Services
Industry GroupBanking Services
IndustryBanks
Economic SectorFinancials

SECTION 8 BANK METRICS

8.1 Bank Metrics (FY2023)

DescriptionFY2023FY2022Change
Interest Income35.1 B19.1 BUp 83.7%
Interest Expense22.4 B8.5 BUp 162.4%
Net Interest Income12.7 B10.6 BUp 20.2%
Total Non Interest Expense16.9 B16.7 BUp 1.2%
Bank Other Revenue134 M170 MDown 21.2%

Favourable Changes:

- Interest Income up 83.7% from GBP19.1b to GBP35.1b

- Net Interest Income up 20.2% from GBP10.6b to GBP12.7b

Unfavourable Changes:

- Interest Expense up 162.4% from GBP8.5b to GBP22.4b

- Total Non Interest Expense up 1.2% from GBP16.7b to GBP16.9b

- Bank Other Revenue down 21.2% from GBP170m to GBP134m

SECTION 9 DIVIDEND

9.1 Dividend History

In the past 5 years annual dividends have increased by GBX7.0 from GBX1.0 to GBX8.0. Based on a start date of 5 years ago, there has been one decline in dividends over the last 5 years.

Date PaidValue (GBP)Type
29 Feb 20245.3Final
10 Aug 20232.7Interim
Tr 12 Months8
2022 - 20237.25
2021 - 20226
2020 - 20210.33
2019 - 20201

SECTION 10 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

10.1 Board Of Directors

Board Of Directors [Twelve directors with tenure > 7 yrs]

NameDesignationSince Appointment
Mary FrancisNon-Executive Director7 Yrs, 8 Mos
Tim BreedonNon-Executive Independent Director11 Yrs, 7 Mos
John KingmanNon-Executive Director-
Crawford GilliesNon-Executive Independent Director-
Diane SchuenemanNon-Executive Independent Director-
Mohamed A. El-ErianNon-Executive Independent Director-
Dawn FitzpatrickNon-Executive Independent Director-
Julia Susan WilsonNon-Executive Independent Director-
Brian GilvaryNon-Executive Independent Director-
Michael St John AshleyNon-Executive Independent Director-
Robert BerryNon-Executive Independent Director-
Marc M. MosesNon-Executive Independent Director-

SECTION 11 BARCLAYS PREFERRED SHARES

11.1 Preferred Series

SymbolPreferreds Name
BB50Barclays Bank PLC

11.2 PV$1000 Comparison of Barclays Preferred Shares & Indices

PV$10001-week1-month1-year
BARC.L9931,0511,510

APPENDIX I DATA & ARCHIVE DOWNLOAD CENTER

BARC: EXPORT DATA TO EXCEL:

+ PRICE VOLUME - 5-YEAR HISTORY

+ PEER COMPARISON

BARC: OTHER INFORMATION:

+ NEWS ARCHIVES - BARC PAST 4 YEARS:

+ PRICE VOLUME CHARTS

+ INSIDER BUYING IN THE PAST 10 YEARS

+ BOARD OF DIRECTORS

APPENDIX II STOCK IDENTIFIERS

ISIN: GB0031348658

PermID: 4297546630

CUSIP: G08036124

RIC: BARC.L

LEI: 213800LBQA1Y9L22JB70

GLOSSARY

ADVT: Average Daily Volume of shares Traded

Annual Return: Dividends Paid In a 12-Month Period/Price at the Beginning of the Period + Capital Gain or Loss over 1 Year/Price 1 Year Ago (%)

Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities (times)

Dividend Yield: Dividend Per Share/Share Price (%)

Earnings Yield: Earnings Per Share/Share Price (%)

Income during the n years (3/2/1): Dividends received during the Period

Moving Average Price (n periods): Sum of Prices for each Period/Number of Periods

PV1000: Present value of 1000 invested 1 year/'n' years ago

Price Close/Moving Avg Price: Latest Price/Moving Average Price

Price/Earnings: Share Price/Earnings Per Share (times)

Price/NTA: Closing Share Price/Net Tangible Assets Per Share (times)

Relative Price Change [RPC]: Relative price change is price change of stock with respect to Benchmark Index

Relative Strength (6 Months): Price close today/Price close 6 months ago, then ranked by percentile within the entire market.

Return on Assets: Net Profit/Total Assets (%)

Return on Equity (Shareholders' Funds): Net Profit/Net Assets (%)

TSR: Total Shareholder Returns is expressed as an annualized rate of return for shareholders after allowing for capital appreciation and dividend

TTM: Trailing 12 Months

Volatility: Highest Price minus Lowest Price/Lowest Price (%)

Volume Index (VI): Number of shares traded in the period/Average number of shares traded for the period

Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP): The Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is the summation of turnover divided by total volume in the same period.

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