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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.2475Bid: 0.245Ask: 0.2475Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.02%Open: 0.25High: 0.2525Low: 0.2425Yesterday’s Close: 0.2475


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deadcatsbounce
Posts: 449
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eurozone
8 May '17
Up the republic!
I am Irish but I am slso a committed european!
 
johnmcclean
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RE: I hope
7 May '17
I wouldn't bet on her been there next time around. The NF might realize that the LePen name might just be a hindrance rather than a help. That debate last week did her no flavors.

I see a bit online been made out of Macron using Ode to Joy as the back ground music for his victory speech. Its also the anthem of the EU.
buyBuyBYE
Posts: 13
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Opinion:Hold
Price:0.2575
Vive la France!!
7 May '17
"Vive la France" - "Vive la liberté"
Hope to see that the French election outcome as pointing to a more stable Europe and that markets recalibrate risk accordingly. Hard to predict how our little stock will respond, but in theory should be buoyed upward...
Borninusa123456
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I hope
7 May '17
Macron regorms eu, asap or else eu will be over , this is last chance ,le pen will win next time if they do not reform eu
Hotdog1
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Sp
7 May '17
Ranger it could easily roar through.26c in the morn. If LaPen markets would have been utterly spooked
johnmcclean
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RE: French result
7 May '17
Not a big surprise he won but by such a margin really is a statement. The result leaves May in an even more isolated position in Europe. I expect that to continue with Merkel winning in Germany later in the year. So between brexit talks, elections, ECB signaling a policy shift, Trumps stimulus and the long awaited AIB share sale I think there might be enough to keep traders interested for a while yet. I we should seriously challenge 27c soon enough.
ranger4
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French result
7 May '17
should give stocks including our fkir a lift in the morn would like to see 26c resistance broke through and then act as support however with inevitable quieter summer months trading volumes expected wouldnt supprise me to see 23c range over summer before sp trading back above stubborn 26c resistance.
Hotdog1
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French result
7 May '17
Good result
Borninusa123456
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Viva le france
7 May '17
French far too brave to give into fear like the english did. Also macron needs to reform eu for it to survive against far right radicles that want another ww3
cooking
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filtering
7 May '17
No problem with it... but don't filter somebody and keep referencing them!!
bit like kicking somebody in the back when they are unconscious.
Enjoy your 99




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