Barclays said today its underlying profits for the first half of the year had fallen 7% after a drop in investment bank revenue, while it also reported another huge bill to compensate PPI customers.
The bank said adjusted profits in the six months to the end of June were £3.3bn, down from £3.6bn over the same period last year. Costs were lower but revenues also fell 7%, mainly because of an 18%...
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