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Michael Masterman introduces Saffron Energy to London AIM Market (LON: SRON) Watch here

Michael Masterman introduces Saffron Energy to London AIM Market (LON: SRON)


Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.2225Bid: 0.2225Ask: 0.225Change: -0.0075 (-3.26%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.12%Open: 0.2275High: 0.235Low: 0.2225Yesterday’s Close: 0.23


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martin1
Posts: 513
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Greece
8 Feb '17
Bet it will make Market Makers happy
 
Hotdog1
Posts: 891
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Price:0.235
Radar
8 Feb '17
Agree. It's no new news that Greece is going to fall off the cliff
radar
Posts: 2,505
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Price:0.235
Bank of What
8 Feb '17
Dismal, desperate performance almost everyday for the last 6 years with light at the end of the tunnel being another truck load of rubbish to dump on top of us who are already hammered.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 436
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Earnings coming up
7 Feb '17
Learned not to get hopes up ,as last year and more ,something odd happens so ive adopted a "wait and see approach" whilst hopeing for the best
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 346
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Price:0.2425
Martin
7 Feb '17
Hey dude, try to get it right....
Ken Clarke compared May to 'Alice in Wonderland' dreaming of FANTASY Brexit deals....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G69ph1eftJY

"Apparently you follow the rabbit through a hole and you emerge in a wonderland where suddenly countries throughout the world are queuing up to give us trading advantages and access to their markets."

“Nice men like President Trump, President Erdogan are just impatient to abandon their usual protectionism and give us access.”

"Don't let me be too cynical. I hope this happens. No doubt somewhere there's a Hatter holding a teaparty."
martin1
Posts: 513
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Share Price
7 Feb '17
European elite still living in another world reading in most newspapers to day G B will have to pay billons to get out we are now in fantasy land
Germany French ellictions will help us somewhat
Was always my believe Post office would help this Share. But now could be the problem
Sorry to say we could be in for rocky time hope getting this wrong
G L A
TrickyNic
Posts: 677
Question
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Price:0.2425
RE: Fkir
7 Feb '17
What makes you say that about AIB, had shares in both and juSt love BKIR, but have nearly 5000 stuck in AIB and to me it looks worthless.
Hotdog1
Posts: 891
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Sp
7 Feb '17
.24c still cheap
ranger4
Posts: 7,955
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Price:0.24
Fkir
7 Feb '17
Its a funny old world even Aib which was all but written off by investors could end up more attractive as an investment than our battered old fkir with its uk exposure who knows what the europrats will order irish CB and our ritchie to do.
coldbeer
Posts: 15
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Price:0.24
bkir
7 Feb '17
was that one sale of over 850,000 euros or 2 sales




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