Bloomberg News reports that's the additional market value analysts who track the bank's shares expect him to create over the next 12 months.
At 55%, the gap between the lender's current share price and the level most analysts expect to hit in a year's time is the biggest of all European banks, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. Goldman Sachs goes even further: analysts there think Barclays's stock may almost double in the next year.
Just one of the 28 analysts tracked by Bloomberg rates Barclays a sell. Take a bow, Tom Rayner of Exane BNP Paribas. He has recommended investors sell the stock since September. He's also reduced his target price to 180 pence from 290 pence in August.
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