Register
Login:
Share:
Email Facebook Twitter

BKIR Share Chat - RSS Feed

Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.245Bid: 0.244Ask: 0.245Change: 0.004 (+1.66%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.41%Open: 0.242High: 0.245Low: 0.24Yesterday’s Close: 0.241



Share Discussion for Bank Ireland (BKIR)


Thread ViewThread View
Please Login or Register to post messages
Posts per page:


Bagel
Posts: 71
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
I feel sorry for you mtuk1 as the only brainwashing going on here is your belief that England is hard done by.

I too would have great respect fir England and the real genuine English people however your view is small minded and incredibly ignorant not to mention bereft of fact.

Ps great German goal
 
mtuk1
Posts: 3,181
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
It is true I am afraid Bagel and John. It makes no sense that you thought for your independence from us yet you have signed up to the Euro. You have ceased to become a democracy. Any country which cannot decide its own economic destiny is not a democracy.
I love Ireland and I love the Irish people, but in matters to do with the EU you are very brainwashed. Yes, your economy grew over the last 20 years, but that was courtesy of the rather generous subsidies you received from the EU, of which Germany and the UK are the biggest net contributors. We have basically subsidised you when that money should have gone on making our infrastructure better. It's like what London does for Scotland but on a much larger scale.

Ireland and the majority of the EU countries have always got more back then they put in. The UK has nearly always got less back then it has put in.
johnmcclean
Posts: 254
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
Not true mtuk1. Germany did not invade us and force us to join. They will not force us to stay if we ever decide to vote ourselves out. We are part of a union that has invested millions in this country since 1973. As part of the euro or ass was saved when the sh.. hit the fan a few years ago. Without our partners in Europe we would be still struggling today rather than a recovering as we are. Joining the euro and Europe was a strategic and democratic decision taken freely by us to advance ireland.

We may not like all the decision from the union but a thousand times we are better in than out.

Great final.
Bagel
Posts: 71
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
Don't agree mtuk1 as without EU intervention Ireland would be at last 20 years behind where it currently stands.

All those farm grants,infrastructure grants,Government loans and fishery development funding have dragged Ireland into the 21st century.
mtuk1
Posts: 3,181
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
johnmcclean

Like it or not, you have given your democracy away through joining the Euro.

You are subjects again, but not of the UK. But Germany. They control your monetary policy and they are the ones than bully your government into submission.
johnmcclean
Posts: 254
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
RE: Nob nation
13 Jul '14
What an absolute load of bull****.

This may not be a perfect country by any means but there aren't many countries in the world I would prefer to have brought up my kids in. Our health service despite its faults is up there with the best. We turn out a high percentage lf our youth as well educated and skilled adults and this is done for the most part at a very low cost to them or their family. Our welfare system to thoes that need it is generous to say the least. No one need starve, or for the most part be homeless.

We are not even 100 years old as an independent Republic yet but this country has dragged itself from practical a 3rd world economy to a modern vibrant one with many strings to its bow. While as a country we make plenty of bad decisions at least they are ours to make, and fix.

I could say plenty more but I am sitting down to watch the final with my German and English sister in laws and the kids, as an equal, and not as a subject.
Fontenoy
Posts: 179
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.24
View Thread (12)
Nob nation
13 Jul '14
With a government like our's - a redhead ex-primary school teacher as Taoiseach and a labour dog like Joan 'moan' Burton as head of other coalition party, we are only going one way and that is down.

We still have no free health care (sorry nothing is free in life but at least the French and Germans etc have great health care from the taxes they pay)...we pay high taxes in Ireland and are still denied free health care...I feel that we should be run from Germany for the foreseeable future.. what can a bogman from Mayo in the west of Ireland do to get the country going again?? Zero.

Most if not everything works well on the continent (bar Spain and Portugal) but in Ireland everything is problematic. We still send our kids to school with sandwiches and bovril (no free or subsidised school lunches in Ireland and not subsidized creches or holidays for children like in France 'colonies de Vacances') and we still expect sick people to pay for each visit to the doctor (anything from 40 to 80 euro a visit) and the pharmacy unless you are on the breadline.

Depressing but that is Paddyland for you.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,088
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
G Brooks fans marched on Dublin GPO
13 Jul '14
Eh? What happens in Ireland? Someone lost the plot over there?
Senator1
Posts: 187
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (4)
RE: bank of ire
12 Jul '14
yahoo finance is miles wrong. if u own citi u should know its bv is $65.23 they give that number in their presentations. if u are basing ur views on yahoo finance bvs u are in trouble
irish_bob
Posts: 191
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
View Thread (4)
RE: bank of ire
12 Jul '14
checked BV out on yahoo finance which only lists this kind of info for the ADR ( IRE )

says BV is 1.02

citigroup ( which i own ) has a BV of only .7 , not saying bank of ireland is high but its not the screaming buy many view it as , lots of other options in the financial sector



Share Trading BrochureRequest your Free brochures on share dealing, spread betting and CFDs

Sign up for Live Prices
Home  |  Contact Us  |  About Us  |  Careers  |  Advertise with Us  |  Sitemap  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Cookies  |  Privacy


Datafeed and UK data supplied by NBTrader and Digital Look. While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site,
we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here. All information is provided free of charge, 'as-is', and you use it at your own risk.
The contents of all 'Chat' messages should not be construed as advice and represent the opinions of the authors, not those of London South East Limited, or its affiliates.
London South East does not authorise or approve this content, and reserves the right to remove items at its discretion.