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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.2475Bid: 0.245Ask: 0.2475Change: -0.0025 (-1.00%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.02%Open: 0.25High: 0.2525Low: 0.2425Yesterday’s Close: 0.25


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OHSEE
Posts: 239
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2525
RE: Ohsee
9 May '17
Martin - am more than aware of the potential risks of Brexit, but yapping hens discussions sheds no new light. I believe in life after Brexit, and yes if I was living in UK, I would be much more worried, losing sleep and wondering how not to lose on my investments.

BTW the greatest threat posed by Brexit is for the UK and European shares will fare much better.
 
martin1
Posts: 559
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Price:0.2525
Do not
9 May '17
Sorry
martin1
Posts: 559
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Price:0.2525
Ohsee
9 May '17
If you think Brixiit don't do not matter to this Share you are going to loose serious money or any other Share you care to name in Europe
OHSEE
Posts: 239
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2525
What's the point to...
9 May '17
all these posts about the UK and EU? Why not take it to some other forum, this is meant to be a BB for BKIR and not some political ping pong exercise of boring/jaded debates.
martin1
Posts: 559
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2525
Brexit
9 May '17
When serious Politicians get away from the Elite and sit around table reality will set in to do damage to other Countries the price will be to high
Agriculture was always big for Ireland can not see any reason why this should change
City of London the value of financial assets,four times that of Britains G D P guaranteed by Gov,cannot see any gov wanting to take this on
And has our friend (Torquay) and I agree low paid jobs are so many,but car industry is big for any Country with good paid jobs
Could go on we are where we are but we have to be positive,but always stand to be corrected
G. l .A
cooking
Posts: 668
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2525
Restricted
9 May '17
I'm starting to think it's electronically tagged
patxd
Posts: 59
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.255
Re-Upside
9 May '17
I know it is silly to say it was once 8 euro but 2008-2009 was an unusual event that should have been better foreseen and it could happen again but it's not so likely so severely unless there is a major geopolitical event. Bankia not long ago 22 cents went to a euro before falling back a bit - that was in the pits and deserved to be and maybe still should still be there. But strange things happen with shares - the word is 'speculation ' and it will sure come so this is is a dream that costs not very much money to risk if you don't want to risk much and the only risk at current price if it stays in the doldrums for ever you will get your money back on a bit of wind anyway. Cheers from windbag
skinnarney
Posts: 54
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.26
RE: Upside
9 May '17
I love your optimism Pat. And we would all accept 38 but the only way we'll go over the euro mark is with reverse split. The world needs dreamers though.
patxd
Posts: 59
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.26
Upside
9 May '17
Usually OK to 38p then it dives again. But with Brexit and a lot of companies putting their tents up in places like Ireland it might be all the way to 1 euro this time.
Fontenoy
Posts: 221
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.26
RE: le pen
9 May '17
The UK were only the 8th biggest contributor to the EU. Many countries pay substantially more to the EU coffers than the UK. France and Germany most notably but ahead of these two comes the Netherlands.
The UK is a rather low wage economy with little or no welfare handouts (this is somtimes a good thing) when you compare it to the rest of Europe. This saves the UK tens of billions of Euro over the years.
The UK will have a massive exit bill to pay. The UK needs the EU infinitely more than the EU needs the UK. It can source all of its food from within the EU for example. If the UK reneges on its EU bill then all the EU has to do is tax its exports out of existence so that their market dries up. Then what would they do?? I know thereare other markets available but none as near and established as the EU.




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