Barclays PLC (BARC.L)
27 Jun 2016
LONDON Britain's top share index extended the previous session's steep losses on Monday as the country's vote last week to leave the European Union hurled it into political and economic uncertainty, hitting banks, housebuilders and airlines hard.
LONDON Britain's top share index fell again on Monday as Britain struggled with political and economic uncertainty after last week's vote to leave the European Union. Banks, housebuilders and budget airline easyJet were hit hard.
LONDON Some of the world's largest banks have sought to play down fears of a catastophic hit to Britain's banking sector after the country voted to leave the European Union on Friday.
LONDON, June 24 Some of the world's largest banks have sought to play down fears of a catastophic hit to Britain's banking sector after the country voted to leave the European Union on Friday.
* CEO Jes Staley says the strategy we announced on 1 march 2016 was not conditional on the UK remaining in the EU Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Lawrence White)
NEW YORK, June 22 Financial institutions that settled misconduct charges with New York State's financial regulator have committed new improper behavior and "serious compliance failures," the agency's head said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK, June 22 Monitors who are keeping tabs on financial institutions that settled misconduct charges with New York State's financial regulator have uncovered "serious compliance failures" and new improper behavior, the agency's head said on Wednesday.
LONDON, June 20 The jury in the London trial of five former Barclays traders charged with conspiracy to manipulate global Libor interest rates retired to consider its verdict on Monday after hearing more than 10 weeks of evidence.
LONDON, June 17 A review into the pricing of current accounts by Britain's competition watchdog uses data that is "wrong, not robust and contains material inaccuracies", Lloyds Banking Group said on Friday.
LONDON, June 16 Barclays has described as "fundamentally misconceived" a $1.0 billion-plus lawsuit brought by British financier Amanda Staveley over the bank's emergency fundraising from Gulf investors at the height of the credit crisis in 2008.