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Share Price: 0.323Bid: 0.321Ask: 0.323Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.002Spread as %: 0.62%Open: 0.315High: 0.326Low: 0.314Yesterday’s Close: 0.323


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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..
Hotdog1
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John mc C
14 Nov '14
Well said John, your post must have influenced the price with a slight lift!! 6 months from now I see those well deserved pots of porter happening. What happens AIB I agree will have a huge bearing, one being state owned the other not so but both joined at hip.
johnmcclean
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RE: AIB
14 Nov '14
The true value of .02c a share has been broadcast high and low by the bank itself, the government and several commentators, but amazingly investors completely ignore this and continue to buy. Even valuing aib at 10 billion (as we have said before) shows the potential value in bkir. It is looking likely that a chunk of aib will be sold in the next six months. The price will be very important to boi because it has the potential to revalue this bank as well.

I know senator and bob are predicting bkir heading back to 24c or so. I think that's just mad. I'm not saying the lads are wrong because I suppose anything is possible. What I mean is that at 24 c this share would be at sale of the century prices to my mind. The bank has made huge leaps forward since we were at 24c last summer. H1 results blew most analyst predictions out of the water and to a point 2 years ahead of expectations. Then flew threw the strsss tests so we now know 100% that they are secure capital wise. The ims a couple of weeks ago even pointed to continued progress and we still have what will be their best quarter to come.

If we go back to the aib valuation of 10 billion we would surely have to value boi at 12 billion at least. Thats in the region of 36c a share I think. But lets say they are wrong about aib and its worth 8 billion, that still values boi at 32c a share. If ( and I will be shocked if it comes to pass) boi ends up back at 24c that would value it at less than 8 billion. 8 billion valuation with a 1 billion profit (assuming at this stage some write backs). Does that not look like a give away ratio.

I know the saying about the markets never been wrong but if boi hits 24c then they are just plain wrong. I need 33c a share to break even on this investment and I am completely comfortable with that. I will not be a seller but I still have the mother in law to sell (going cheaper now because she has aged a bit since I threatened to sell her on predictions of 20c) which I certainly will if we get to 24c.
Doughnuts
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AIB
14 Nov '14
Duffy's remark values AIB today at just less than 2 cents per share by the way versus its ridiculous 10cents+

Maybe the 0.2% non-government shareholder folks didn't pick up on that little pinprick of reality.

watch the exits.
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RE: Mikey Boy
14 Nov '14
Mikey Boy, still thinking?
We are still blind, waiting to see the shining path of rightousness.
Doughnuts
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Target Market Cap @ 70c?
14 Nov '14
So Duffy (AIB) is targetting a 20bn market cap by 2017.

"He said the bank is valued at about €10 billion and his hope would be to double this figure within three years."

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/financial-services/aib-could-pay-back-21bn-bailout-fund-within-10-years-1.2000293

Implications for BOI market cap?

In theory should be +/- similar. If this were to be the case, BOI SP would be circa 70 cents+

Considering BOI's balance sheet is in fare better shape (2 years ahead?) versus AIB's....

2017 might be the year for new undies for Agro if he holds (his shares that is...).
georgealan
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Gamble
14 Nov '14
I note the Duracell Bunny is moving to our old Warren
torquay
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By the way
14 Nov '14
For those who remember GrahamD - we had a three brick wind here today.

This was explained as being the number of bricks he required in Scotland to stop his plant pots blowing over.

I went out to the course this morning and witnessed two fella's even dafter than me - in the midst of the rain they drove from the first tee and set off. They completed the first hole went to the second tee where they drove off again AND DISAPPEARED in the swirling wind and rain.

Of course Radar's going to say that this time of the year it is always like it round the Connor Pass.



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