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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 6.205Bid: 6.19Ask: 6.21Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.32%Open: 6.205High: 6.24Low: 5.995Yesterday’s Close: 6.205


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2CV_Driver
Posts: 2,009
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.205
Poolbeg Street cancelled
Today 09:18
It going to be a few cans from the offie and a park bench up by Trinity!
 
Wexford
Posts: 725
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.205
Italy
Fri 22:21
as beautiful as it is .... has just become one up from junk status.

Selling to continue.
radar
Posts: 2,765
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.205
Two ifs
Fri 19:36
If have by chance another Brexit referendum and they decide to stay in Europe.

and

If they have another election in then UK and there is a clear majority for Labour or the Tories.

Where will that leave the DUP ?

To use Graham Norton's phrase will they "be eating their foot"

That surely was one of the best comments that I have heard on Brexit so far because it summed it up very well.
Cred2
Posts: 39
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.205
As all Banks continue
Fri 19:35
to slide down on the relentless negativity, what is going to stop the falling knife here?

As long as there is uncertainty around Brexit, what is to stop this heading to 2016 lows
of 5.10 (and that was before consolidation). Or are we there yet?

Maybe Wilbur Ross (and others) are back and running a massive short here?
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.205
RE: SP
Fri 19:32
Per Ise.ie Shares traded in Dublin over 8.1M which is 240M pre consolidation. The official closing price was 6.19, higher close noted on LSE & Digero.
Fontenoy
Posts: 254
Opinion:Hold
Price:6.205
RE: SP
Fri 17:14
Sorry Hot dog,

By Your 'British Isles' hogwash remark I take it that you mean Britain and Northern Ireland and its tiny Island territories??

The Republic of Ireland has zero connection with the British isles you seem to be referring to. The Brits have started this nightmare scenario....up to them to sort it out. The EU has them over a barrel. If they bottle Brexit they will be laughed at and derided for decades...if they go through with it, they will self destruct. Either way I am only interested in Ireland and the EU and not the UK. Good riddance to the moaning Minnies....
PGee
Posts: 537
Opinion:Buy
Price:6.225
RE: SP
Fri 15:27
Somebody thinks so, over 3m sold this afternoon, bit of a recovery going on.
Wexford
Posts: 725
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.155
SP
Fri 12:56
Are we in the buying zone....if not the next resistance is just over 5 Euro.
susan99
Posts: 150
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.17
Brexit?
Fri 12:48
Nothing to do with today's drop.
America is causing this current upset. Panic over rates etc
paddy_irishman
Posts: 74
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.05
RE: paddy
Fri 11:34
Surely a Labour gov is the way out. Once Brexit is reversed Corbyn would be out on his ear within months. Be it a heave or something else. I wouldn't worry about having him in the hot seat at all. Wait for his first budget and then his government would fall. No harm done.
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,055
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.01
paddy
Fri 11:13
paddy great to hear someone disagree. rome / eu spat is a side show imo. Markets are terrified at (a) the utter disorganization in the conservative party and it’s consequences (b) labour with Corbyn is not a credible alternative re a gen election (c) the economic fallout of brexit hard /soft/whatever, the penny has dropped that Brexit is savage. A hard brexit will see the biggest economic collapse in the British Isles short term. Ports will jam etc etc- Ireland through no faults of our own will wither on the EU vine due our geographic location. Markets now are only now coming to terms now that a hard brexit is going to be a almighty economic shock. Here’s hoping reality and sense prevails but when u have brexiteers like R Mogg, BoJ, et al driving a all or nothing agenda with Arlene and the lynch mob in no surrender mode, I just throw my hands up and say how the fugh is this going to sort out?
paddy_irishman
Posts: 74
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.115
RE: SP
Fri 10:55
Hotdog -- I disagree. Extension granted to London to negotiate withdrawal will take the heat out of the situation. Likelihood of a British general election is increasing. That will result in the balance swaying towards a Brexit fudge (or second referendum), at the same time taking the DUP out of the equation. Perhaps a border poll could solve the backstop headache for everyone. Downward pressure this week related to Rome Brussels standoff?
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.01
RE: Sub 6
Fri 10:55
E5.995 just now.
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,055
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.105
ISEQ
Fri 10:31
Looking now at below sub 6- the lowest in 2 years. FFS
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,055
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.105
SP
Fri 10:29
i think we r looking at a collapse of the sp. I’m not being dramatic but people need to realize what an utter sh/tshow brexit is. Hard brexit will be utterly catastrophic for the economy- a soft brexit will also have serious consequences. BOI may end up taken out. 5 euro and less as a base price is with foundation. Irrespective of our linksnto the EU, Ireland is a small nation on the periphery of western europe whose biggest trading partner, biggest political partner is giving the two fingers to all. No matter what happens, the Uk have soured indefinitely their relationship with europe. It will take generations for forgivenesses if ever. I personally will never forgive Britain if civil war erupts in NI. Parliament is chaotic , the break up of the union is on the cards, Scotland next to kick off . Watch this space - sorry for being the prophet of doom but I utterly depressed at our outlook
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.105
RE: Sub 6
Fri 10:23
I have the closing high for the year as E8.17, the closing low as E6.24. Suspect we will see a new closing low for the year to-day. The low today so far was E6.075. Can it all be down to Brexit?
radar
Posts: 2,765
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.105
Sub 6
Fri 09:19
What is the market telling us is it that manipulators are having a field day or something even more serious.

The market is usually right and it is saying there is trouble ahead.
Bronxville
Posts: 539
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.165
RE: SP
Fri 08:50
On second thoughts BOI's chairman Patrick Kennedy (ex Paddy Power CEO) is well heeled and should be digging deep!
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:Hold
Price:6.235
RE: SP
Fri 08:35
Bronxville, I have a memory from many years ago (could be mistaken) the board members of CRH were expected to hold 2 years fees worth of stock. Stock to be purchased within a reasonable period of time following appointment.
Bronxville
Posts: 539
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.25
RE: SP
Thu 23:25
Not sure you can compare board members of Irish institutions to their counterparts in the US or even the UK.Irish banking board members in this day and age are generally glorified civil servant.
Jamie Dimon is a billionaire and most of his contemporaries are worth 100's of millions
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.25
RE: Div pmt?
Thu 19:04
April/May next year, if declared!
JP_D
Posts: 2
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.25
Div pmt?
Thu 19:00
Hi - does anyone know when BOI will pay the dividend on ordinary shares?
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.32
RE: SP
Thu 13:52
I checked the annual report, only 2 directors hold over 10,000 shares. The total cost of the board was over €3M. I consider myself a small shareholder however I hold more that the 6 smallest holdings. The board are happy to take the money however they have so little faith in the business they are not prepared to invest.
ashton
Posts: 257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.325
RE: SP
Thu 13:31
Correct. I must check out the annual report to see what the other directors hold. On this site hers is the only notification, that says a lot. :(
dried-grapes
Posts: 301
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:6.325
RE: SP
Thu 13:21
Except she holds fook all shares worth talking about.
Doesn't bode well when the CEO hasn't used any of her big fat salary to buy some at these prices




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