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Share Price: 0.3575Bid: 0.3575Ask: 0.36Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 0.70%Open: 0.3625High: 0.3625Low: 0.355Yesterday’s Close: 0.3575


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royKeane07
Posts: 117
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Re: Roy
Sat 20:31
My pleasure Susan;-), although I didn't mean bkir would drop by same percentage. Maybe 3 or 4%. So long as the Greek bank doesn't go broke I don't mind a short term severe drop.
Incidentally guys next week is my last week on this forum. I'm taking a career break starting July 1st (I hadn't planned it to coincide with Greek drama) so I've been warned by herself to delete all my business apps and no more talk of shares. I'll let the chips fall as they may. Hopefully when I return in March we'll be starting to speculate on those precious dividends. Hopefully bkir will be above 40 by then and maybe my Greek shares might be a similar price :-).
 
susan99
Posts: 23
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
allmoyne
Sat 20:13
Waffle
allmoyne
Posts: 516
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.38
fairies
Sat 20:01
if media is upsetting your conviction ,maybe you should ask mr murdock to look after your money......if you decide on an outcome ,dont be swayed by suggestions of others....and its a weak twist too anounce with markets closed
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,340
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
GREEK dancing
Sat 19:59
susan99
Posts: 23
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Roy
Sat 19:45
Thank's for that Roy If Eurobank drop 40% on Monday I don't think BKIR will follow
royKeane07
Posts: 117
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.38
Re: The fairies
Sat 19:37
Fairies? :-)
My opinion is the imf and Europe want the Greek leader out so they were deliberately targeting his voter base and insisting that he make cut to them knowing that if he does then he will lose support in his party and will have to depend on the opposition thus his days will then be numbered. He saw it coming so one final "Sayonara Mother****ers!" from him was to host a vote and let voters decide. He knows it will go through but then he can say he tried his best. This wasn't about Greece in the end but a warning shot to voters in other countries not to vote in the left as the same result will occur in the end. Clever on both sides. Neither side won in the end although it has been damaging on both sides but you'd never know, we might be saying in 20 years that Greece fired the first shot that changed Europe. As for Greek bank shares I really haven't a clue whether it's good or bad, I wouldn't be surprised either way Monday when I check my phone and see red or green. Hopefully more communication from both sides before Monday. Whatever direction Greece moves bkir will follow.
cooking
Posts: 173
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Snap elections
Sat 19:22
That's my guess
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,340
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
another twist!
Sat 17:52
susan99
Posts: 23
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
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The fairies
Sat 17:27
Doughnuts Allmoyne Roy any comment??
Or have ye all been taken by the pixies
OlNick
Posts: 116
Observation
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:0.38
SP Rise - a safe place?
Sat 17:10
Are investors buying BKIR because the euro will be shaky?





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