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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 6.36Bid: 6.34Ask: 6.36Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 0.32%Open: 6.345High: 6.39Low: 6.32Yesterday’s Close: 6.36


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martin1
Posts: 758
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Price:6.36
Torquay
Thu 21:13
Sorry to hear you have left us here,always kept us informed how the other part of Country lived
There was a time it was always my dream to retire in Ireland but family commitment at this time don£t allow
This B O I Share at present time can only be described as disaster
Where ever you settle down will will be expecting good reports from that part of Country to brighten our day
Wish you the best of luck
 
Borninusa123456
Posts: 862
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Price:6.36
Good news
Thu 20:25
Fitch upgrades Bank of Ireland and AIB as profits improve , probably priced in but what the heck still good news atb to all
Wexford
Posts: 675
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Price:6.36
Torquay
Thu 20:20
Imagine in this day and age buying a property based on it being a Catholic V Protestant area. Talk about being backward!

Some good sized towns along the east coast that will give you a great quality of life in my opinion are Greystones in County Wicklow which is head and shoulders above anything else, Gorey and Wexford town (I would say that of course!)

Back to business, there has been a sizeable sell off Chinese equities today and yesterday that is not very widely reported as yet. Guess who has been buying into asset bubbles in recent years? The level of debt in China is now at unprecedented levels as they have been busy investing at home but more importantly overseas especially in US Tech and Global Property (in particular Australia, NY & London). This may be the start of something very big inmho.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,631
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Price:6.36
RE: hello all
Thu 19:46
Hi Torquay - good to hear from you!

I would recommend two parts of Ireland!

One area I know better than the other....

1) North of the border along the coast from Warrenpoint. Some nice places to live there and but I would avoid a place that is too small as it can be quite isolating. I think you need to be close to a decent sized town.

2) Derry is also a good centre. You can get a nice coastal property on the foyle. The west bank is Catholic and the west east bank is Protestant. It DOES make a differnce around this neck of the woods although many new communities/schemes can be mixed.

The key reason I recommend NI is that you stay within the 'UK system', which you know!
Also in NI you have access to the UK heathcare system which is excellent.

The healthcare system in the ROI is a nightmare by comparison!!!!

House prices in Derry are very reasonable.

Derry is a good centre with lots going on but you have quick access to Donegal which has to be the best county in Ireland, by a long shot!

Consider on the outskirts of the city, either side of the river but not in the city itself.

The advantage of living on the border is that you get to sample the best of both worlds (North and South)!!!

I'm not sure if you have changed your sterling into euros yet but I think about it carefully before I did....
EL-Gelboy
Posts: 407
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Price:6.36
hello all
Thu 19:04
Yes Torquay Gorey is a booming little town I moved here 15 years ago and am very happy here, 1 hour gets you to Dublin and 2 and a half gets you to Belfast, where like me you also have family,if I can help in any way with property in this area, just ask,can advise on where to buy and where not to buy, course we have Seafield, and Courtown golf courses Hope all goes well GLA
torquay
Posts: 2,232
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Opinion:Hold
Price:6.36
hello all
Thu 18:00
We are landed here and on the hunt for property - have not looked in for the last week to see that our share has developed a slow puncture.
Cannot understand why - this country seems to be flying - in the time that it took us to pack up and get here we lost four houses in Gorey that I had expressed an interest in. We are still well able to cope with the prices but do not want to move our into the isolation of the countryside when we aren't used to it.
Radar will wonder what tablets I'm taking - he just won't believe that I have cereal and toast for breakfast - and have still done almost 1500 miles in the week.
The banks are certainly doing their job of getting increasing numbers onto their hook, which is not surprising when ALL rentals seem to start at 1,000 a month, this has to be an incentive to anyone to buy - parting with all that dead money.
The roads are busy and the cars that are now driven here strike me as being quite plush and their seem to be millions of them around Dublin, where we endured a London style congestion on our way down from the North on Monday evening.
We have more or less decided that we will investigate the north more closely, whilst not finally deciding against the south. Property in the north on the whole, does seem to be more realistically priced for the kind of property that we want in a coastal location.
Once we have settled " I WILL NEVER MOVE AGAIN" it is probably our age but we have have both been whacked by the experience.
Called in BOI for some Euro's and left - the queue must have been 30 strong and cashier on duty - AIB had two cashiers on duty and two people in the queue.
Will report in again when I have some more news - when hopefully our dullards have come to their senses and at least raised the white flag over the House of Commons - nobody over here can understand the stupidity.

Good luck and X4 - you are not forgotten.
aps991323
Posts: 98
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Opinion:Hold
Price:6.35
paddy
Thu 10:34
That's the problem,, Cameron wasn't thinking straight and was completely bamboozled by Farage and Ukip - look at them now. If he had only called their bluff, at worst there might have been another election. I have been in this share from 2008 and 2022 is my end date. GLA
paddy_irishman
Posts: 31
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Price:6.365
RE: share price Leamyk
Thu 10:27
Share price will go up once the Brits get their house in order. They won't go on forever like this. A mutually beneficial agreement is surely imminent...one would hope!! Mind you, it'd take off like a rocket if they re-ran that referendum. What was Cameron thinking??
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 1,452
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Price:6.37
RE: share price Leamyk
Thu 09:52
We were saying that they would be 40/50 now, 3 years ago...
welsh-boy
Posts: 11
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Opinion:Hold
Price:6.38
share price Leamyk
Thu 08:18
I bought these shares about 3 yrs ago at 14/15 cents they went to about 39 cents and dropped at present they Should 40 cents but as Leamyk says he leave alone till they are 40 cent (ie before split) not sure weather he got them and wont sell or wont by till then i do not know. but long term as main bank of Ireland i confidant they be 45/50 cent mid 2018 Ireland is on the up just take your time




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