London, Oct 21 (EFE) .- The Barclays bank reported this Thursday that its attributable profit reached 5,258 million pounds (6,204 million euros) in the nine months of the year (January-September), an increase of 302% compared to to the same period of the previous year.
In a statement sent to the London Stock Exchange, the bank indicated that between January and September 2020 it had registered an attributed profit of 1,306 million pounds (1,543 million euros).
Barclays’ pre-tax profit in the nine months of this year stood at 6,940 million pounds (8,189 million euros), an increase of 186% compared to the same nine months of last year, according to the note.
The entity’s total income reached 16,780 million pounds (19,800 million euros) in the nine months of this year, a slight drop of 0.26% compared to the same period in 2020.
The loan-deposit ratio was 69% in the nine months, compared to 70% in the previous period, while loans reached 353,000 million pounds (416,540 million euros) and deposits were 510,200 million pounds (602,036 million pounds). euros).
Regarding the level of solvency, the CET1 ratio was 15.4% and is expected to remain above 13% or 14% by the end of the year, according to the British bank.
The entity’s CEO, James Staley, said today that these results demonstrate the benefits of its diversified business model, adding that the bank continues to support its clients during the covid-19 pandemic.
The manager added that a consumer recovery and signs of a more favorable environment are being observed.
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