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Share Price: 0.323Bid: 0.321Ask: 0.323Change: 0.008 (+2.54%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.002Spread as %: 0.62%Open: 0.315High: 0.326Low: 0.314Yesterday’s Close: 0.315


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ramerci73
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RE: how can
17 Nov '14
??? It's not €10 billion. It's €9.3 billion.
 
aclaw
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AIB
17 Nov '14
...reading the latest news about AIB ; pretax profit for the 1st half were €437mm ; loan volume is up; net interest margin is up; loan volume up 40%...I would say they are on track for close to €1b pretax profit end of 2014; stock sales will be on a scheduled basis in increments ; shareholders equity is expected to double: this is where the p/e valuation kicks in; AIB already mentioned the dividends ; this certainly is good news ..
aclaw
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How can
17 Nov '14
...it's called marketing.....look for shareholders equity , boi is close to this...boi is still not being priced using the p/e method ...sentiment is positive ; so are long term prospects ; the worse (2008 crash) is over...

...btw ...nikkei is up 100pts today; 1/2% it has been up the past 2 weeks ; over 10%...
EL-Gelboy
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how can
16 Nov '14
So many supposing investors think they know so much about this stock value its market cap above € 10b ,at this present time a total mystery to me????
aclaw
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boi 0.24
16 Nov '14
...it is past mid november, end of year is less than 6 weeks away, results are not too far away...any one who wants to short this stock & wait for 0.24 - I wish them well...
aclaw
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aib
16 Nov '14
..that 0.002% of shares is intermingled with the other 98.8% of shares...what is holding AIB are the 500b shares which dilute the market price...AIB has about 23b shares that include de 0.002% shares, these shares are owned by individuals also, though not traded in the open market...AIB need to simplify the capital estructure and liquidate the 500b shares to leave the 23b as comodín & outstanding stock...whatever move with the 0.002 shares affects the other
23b shares....
Hotdog1
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Cynics
15 Nov '14
Yeah reverse psychology has screwed this Sp in recent times.....hopefully Monday will abate the negativity
Beanee
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more good news...
15 Nov '14
Indeed...."He went on to say Bank of Ireland’s capital optimisation would be similarly enhanced"....only downwards movement with a crazy comment like that!
Doughnuts
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more good news...
15 Nov '14
Bagel
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RE: AIB
15 Nov '14
Hi John

Is your mother in law any good at finding undies because I certainly know one buyer who might be in the market for a quick sale.

What is the opinion of the humble few on this website if the central bank did away with the min 20% deposit on pdh purchase?

Torquay played golf yesterday and had to hit a 3 wood to a 138 par 3 ...now that's wind..



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