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    1. It is believed that most UK100 shares will not be affected by Brexit. This also includes Barclays as their underlying business won't be affected by it. 2. Even though the share price has fallen by 25% over the last year, investors and traders should look at the bigger picture. Excluding costs of legal settlements, misconduct and pre-tax costs, profit rose by 20% and the bank's return on tangible equity rose from -1.2% to 8.5%. in 2018. 3. Dividends increased from 3p to 6.5p, levels last seen in 2015 and a further 16% increase to 7.6p is expected for 2019 giving the stock a forecast dividend yield of nearly 5%.
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Barclays was founded in 1690 in London, it traces back to a goldsmith banking business. Its name originates from 1896, when several banks joined forces under the name Barclays and Co with James Barclay in the lead. In 1967 they deployed the world's first cash dispenser.Barclays is listed primarily on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 (UK100). The company is also listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Qatar Holdings is the largest shareholder of the company.In April 2010, Barclays' shares were at £362 roll on to the present day and the price in May 2019 is £150. It is worth mentioning that between April and June of 2017, Barclays borrowed £6B from the Bank of England to ward off the effects of Brexit.

1. Changes in high management might hurt Barclays. Tim Throsby (the head of the group's investment division) left in the middle of March 2019 after only 2 years in the position. 2. Investors should definitely expect the above numbers to reflect soon in their share value, if that was not to happen they should be weary of internal problems

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