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BARC - Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited

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Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited (BARC) shares on Zimbabwe Stock Exchange; historical share price, dividend and company profile.Stock summary for BARC on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange

Barclays Bank is one of the leading banks in Zimbabwe and has operated in the country since 1912. The bank has a major commercial banking network throughout the country with 38 branches in all large commercial centres.

BARC0.0900 ▪ 0.0000 (0%)
23 hours ago
Last Trading ResultsGrowth & Valuation
Opening Price:--Earnings Per Share:--
Day's Low Price:--Price/Earning Ratio:--
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Traded Volume:0Dividend Yield:--
Number of Deals:0Shares Outstanding:2,153.32m
Value/Turnover:0.00Market Capitalization:193.8m
Monetary values are quoted in US Dollar (USD) unless otherwise stated

BARC Market Performance

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Profile of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited

Unfortunately, we do not have information on Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited's board of directors and/or key executives at this time.

Factsheet of Barclays Bank of Zimbabwe Limited
Barclay House, Corner First St & Jason Moyo Ave., PO Box 1279, Harare, Zimbabwe

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Comments (2)

  1. DionDion
    Jan 17, 2016 04:03 GMT

    Hi - I would like to dispose of my shares in BARC. Do you think the share price will go higher than 4.10 within the next 3 months? I purchased the my intial holding way back when BARC floated the Company.

    1. Michael KwayisiMichael Kwayisi
      Jan 17, 2016 07:35 GMT

      Hi Dion. The conventional stock market wisdom is to set a target for your investment and not get greedy when that target is reached for fear that you may lose value. So the question is, is 4.10 good enough for you? If yes, then sell; otherwise, keep it at the risk of the price dropping. On a possible price increase, in my opinion, not likely. Even if it does, it won't be worth much.

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