Barclays will cut 19,000 jobs across the business by the end of 2016 - 14,000 of which will be lost this year - as part of what chief executive Antony Jenkins said was a "bold simplification" of the bank's structure.
The bank revealed on Thursday it will cut 14,000 jobs this year, more than the 10,000 - 12,000 it had previously stated. By the end of 2016, some 7,000 roles will be lost from its investment banking...
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