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Share Price: 0.1925Bid: 0.19Ask: 0.1925Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
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equitrder
Posts: 242
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Price:0.1825
Now we see Mays colours
14 Jul '16
Devil in disguise...

3 old ugly witches ruling the world assuming Hilary is elected
 
torquay
Posts: 1,932
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Price:0.1825
Not much happening
13 Jul '16
Should have concluded with the encouragement to look at Poland's economy now.

The new norm, like Mr Blair's new economy starts today - Boris is now Foreign Secretary - need I say more ??
torquay
Posts: 1,932
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.1825
Not a lot happening
13 Jul '16
Elicited two responses and I suspect some sympathy from a few others but I am not sure that I understood the reference to The Samaritans mentioned by our correspondent near Great Wakering.

John McClean refers to the "new norm" and the diminished opportunities that the foreseeable future offers now to young people, because of the impact of computers and robotics. This is not a vision of the future that would enthuse anyone and of course it will change, because pure capitalism is parasitic really and left to itself IMPLODES as in 2008.

When through greater financial efficiency enhanced profits are squeezed out of companies it usually weakens them, either through lack of choice in a range of products as the offering becomes "more focused," followed by reductions in quality as better selling prices are sought in far off places.The result becomes a world of Penney's or B H S or Primark and all the others.

The effect on the staff is demoralising as their numbers are cut to compete with the new On-Line offerings, where stock is held in one huge warehouse - like Sports Direct and deliveries are made directly to your door the next day.
So far so wonderful, until you find yourself either working in one of these modern day sweatshops or the recipient of one their carefully selected products. In my case it was a pair of guaranteed waterproof golf shoes which were not alone not waterproof but cracked because they were made from a man made material that could not deliver what was promised. Fortunately I had retained my receipt and eventually obtained a refund from the supplier which usually only happens after a great deal of difficulty and frustration has been encountered.

This leads to economies that shrink before your eyes as jobs disappear offshore - if the economy shrinks it becomes ever more difficult to maintain employment levels and salaries much less re-invest the profits into research and development which creates the employment opportunities of the future.

I'm with Vince Cable who understands the markets and condemns their short term and opportunistic view of the future. We have a responsibility and so do our leaders, to create something that we can pass on to our children that works more humanely than the garment factories in Bangladesh and the sweatshops of China.

Fortunately my two young ladies are well equipped for this modern world - the youngest is an MA graduate and the eldest is a Professor whose work is referenced internationally. They started their education with the Dominicans in Ireland, which was the best start that they could have had when they came over here and found themselves twelve to eighteen months ahead of their classmates.

The youngsters here are no less deserving than my own - they deserve better than many of them receive - it's a bit like Poland really under the Russians. The Poles claimed that they were working - and the Russians said they were paying them - but look at their econ
aclaw
Posts: 1,073
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Price:0.1925
RE: Davy's Dividend report
13 Jul '16
.. the dividend is expected.. 2016..? 2017..? by the. end of July a preliminary report should have some guidance..
SexyMoose
Posts: 3,745
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RE: trader
13 Jul '16
De-Giro are meant to be the cheapest but read all the terms and conditions according to others. I don't know if they do BKIR.
IG do ordinary share dealing now as well as derivatives. I think about €10 per trade.
martin1
Posts: 419
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Price:0.1925
Re:Europe
13 Jul '16
Agree with (royKeane07) about in same tent
But the problem in that tent is a country called Italy with £300b bank problem they want to solve but European rules don't allow them to do so ,looks like the will move this to kick the can brigade Remember Greece
Rules so lmportant
Enda kenny got taste of this yesterday
Pity us B O I shareholders when it's breaks
G L A
Ispania
Posts: 62
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Price:0.1825
trader
13 Jul '16
Could ye recommend a share trader that doesn´t cost much?. I was with ing-direct in Spain and they WERE brilliant (20 eur flat fee plus 4eur maintenance every six months per value) but unfortunately they do not trade with bkir in the FTSE any more. :((
Muchas gracias
X4Eu2
Posts: 823
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.1875
3.3%
13 Jul '16
Ritchie'll get 4200 euro. Is that quarterly like Hsbc?!
Observe
Posts: 14
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Price:0.185
Dividends
13 Jul '16
Ordinary shareholders get the dividend declared.
Preference shareholders are governed by independant terms and conditions, unrelated to ordinary shareholders.
TheCub
Posts: 1
Question
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Price:0.19
RE: Davy's Dividend report
13 Jul '16
Can someone please clarify. Who is likely to get dividend, Preference share holders or both Pref and Ordinary?




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