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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 6.685Bid: 6.68Ask: 6.715Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.035Spread as %: 0.52%Open: 7.065High: 7.065Low: 6.68Yesterday’s Close: 6.685


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PGee
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SP
Sun 22:37
Down 10% in a couple of day! Nothing to do with presentation, just a pretext, same old manipulation every time...... if you are a long time holder here the you are well familiar with good news being bad news!
 
susan99
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Wexford
Sun 15:11
Fair play you called 6.50 entry point. Make sure you don't miss it
Wexford
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Analysts are not convinced....
Sun 14:40
deadcatsbounce
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RE: Re share price
Sun 02:01
You're
susan99
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Re share price
Sat 22:50
DCB your the man... Torquay what a post the best yet... And of course Mick it's great to have you back
Woop woop
deadcatsbounce
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RE: 666 close in Dublin
Sat 02:44
Find sandpit, bury head (and investments)!

ATB
Bronxville
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666 close in Dublin
Sat 00:53
The S&P bottomed out at 666 at the height of the financial crisis...
Unfortunately I fear we might be about to enter another correction in the market...
deadcatsbounce
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RE: Share Price
Sat 00:19
Great post Torquay!

You'll get the the right property sooner or later, just persevere!

Mick, great to have you back!
torquay
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My Colleen
Sat 00:05
Can't settle in Kerry or Limerick and I can't be without her so there we are.

Good luck all - spending the weekend "camping" with my grandsons - well tomorrow anyway.Will offer it up as a penance.
torquay
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And there's more.
Fri 23:58
Have been amazed since I got here at the miss-match between the statistics and the reality - three cups of coffee £7.50 softee ice cream rubbish £3.25. Houses including rubbish are nearly always bought for cash - we have bid so far on three houses now four with two this week. The first did not complete because the owner could not decide where to go after his dog died. He is from Derry with a daughter in Penzance and has worked all over the world, the property which we wanted to buy last November was ideal for our purpose so we put our offer on - no luck.The property has been on the market for so long that his wife bought her own property and moved out three weeks ago now he's really confused because we have withdrawn our offer and bid on two more houses after being outbid on another.

In view of all this, can anyone explain how this little place enjoys such a robust economy when compared with Torquay, every time the sun comes out the place teems with people from here and across the border. We see plates from nearly every county in Ireland (south that is) and Dublin cars almost make this a suburb of the capital. The motorway is wonderful for them and for us - Dublin is one hour forty minutes away if you set off early enough.

There has always been a black economy in the south - that's how things work, but I am convinced that its first cousin is alive and very well here too - even after Carillion. There is no other way to explain the prosperity here - the Sunday collection never falls below £3,500 in spite of there often being a second collection here which has never been reported at less than £2,000.

The shops here really buzz and we have a good spread of specialist shops: 3 Jewellers, 5 ladies fashion shops, a Department store YES a department store, 2 Shoe shops that carry a terrific range of ladies shoes and BLING ones.
Strangely only one independent Mobile phone shop along with a few charity shops topped off with and amazing number of cafes and restaurants which seem to be full nearly all the time.We have quite a few hairdressers a dry cleaners some good pubs of course 5 Pharmacy's a Post Office a Bank and a Credit Union.

Downpatrick is the administrative centre with its two Cathedrals but really it is only trotting after here - the cars are all good and much newer than Torquay, here there are loads of Mercs among other prestige cars and you need an invitation to join the golf club. Daylight lasts longer of course but the temperatures are a bit fresher than the West Country.

I am saying all this and there is no administration here or officers in the PSNI barracks these days but the economy rolls on regardless.

If Brexit happens it must have an effect of which there is no sign as yet.

Yes Martin I am finding my feet here - my first choice would have been the Kingdom or our old village Glin in County Limerick. My cousin has a house in Dingle which he was allowed to build and he loves it down there - the




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