Seems to be a very negative spin on the bank holiday events. So what if they change name or move to the uk, the fundamentals of a good business will still be there. Sounds like a bit of an a*se if you ask me.
do you want to have a go at interpreting that article allmoyne because I have no idea what its trying to say. bits I did get.... change in the company name ???? bank is really broke???? share price is about to take off???? delisted from the NYSE because bank is up to something dodgy ???? bank is about to move to the UK ???? the euro is going to break up ( not the wildest of ideas these days)???
The CB Governor has been held up by Noonan as the shinning knight of banking regulation and as the man who has his foot on the neck of Irish bankers keeping them in line as never before. interesting to see if he follows the last bit of (very strong) advice he is getting from him.
Hi, giving it some thought, i feel the hold back on the share price may be liquidity. We know the government holds circa 15%. How much is held by pension funds is another matter. It is a perfectly good share for these funds, assured long term up side and minimum downside. The small movement by small and independent investors could account for the current limbo.
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