CEO Jes Staley says he sees no reason to change strategy in light of Brexit
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Mr Staley did not rule out changes to Barclays' business model in order for it to maintain access to capital markets
'Unlike the previous crisis, in this instance, the City does not bear the accountability'
'We expect lower economic growth and heightened uncertainty over the UK's future trade relationship with the EU'
Shares in Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds and Barclays fell as much as 30 per cent on opening
Sleeping bags, hotel rooms, coffee buoy those awaiting outcome
Remain campaigners have said that the letter shows unprecedented support from across business and finance
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'Why are they collecting this information at all? Why is gender important?'
The bank has apologised for the glitch
Barclays has reported a 25% fall in pre-tax profits to £793m for the first quarter of 2016.