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martin1
Posts: 832
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
X4Eu2
23 May '17
The hero of this blog,nice to know you doing good
God Bless
 
X4Eu2
Posts: 889
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
RE: X4Eu2
22 May '17
Thank you Radar, old friend. I think we may see our share do something this year!
X4Eu2
Posts: 889
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
RE: Good to see you X4
22 May '17
Am grateful, Pang.
radar
Posts: 2,724
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
X4Eu2
22 May '17
Hello son, I do not post here very often now but I just wanted to say well done and wish you the very best for the future.

Good on you.

Radar
PANG
Posts: 310
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
RE: Good to see you X4
22 May '17
Wishing you and your family well. Good Luck
X4Eu2
Posts: 889
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
RE: Good to see you X4
20 May '17
Torquay, Hi! We did a trip on QM2 out of Brooklyn at Christmas with the grandchildren for 12 nights and the experience gave me a lot of confidence. I continue to get stronger and headed for Knock in July. Don't remember if I told you the surgeon cut me off 'down there' and I use a catheter several times a day to wee out of a hole next to my belly button. Amazingly hygienic and I don't have to wear a bag. So getting used to 'cathing' on a plane, at an airport, in a ships cabin, etc was the biggie. Transatlantic Aer Lingus all booked! Thanks for asking.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 982
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
By 2019
20 May '17
Id expect it to increase to .50 percent from 0 up 50 basis points in late 2019 , maybe begin in mid 2018 but if they do it too early , all the good work will be wasted , so even if it suits b.o.i , a sustained recovery is best for long run so i hope they dont rush but at same time act prudentley
aclaw
Posts: 1,379
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
RE: Lemons
19 May '17
.. the high courts are set to approve the 30:1 reverse stock split the 3rd week of june.. regarding the 14% sale.. it is absolutely too large to dump into the market.. i would guess the new stock is first x changed and the 14% sale comes later.. although Noonan has said many times he is in no hurry to sell.. were it not for this shorting the past 2 years boi would still be in the o.35 - 0.40 level.. dividend is scheduled for mid 2018.. a new boi president.. many things are going on..
cooking
Posts: 748
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
Ohshee
19 May '17
It should have read Deadcat, (comma) I wasn't calling the lovely Monty Don a deadcat that's funny. Next time you meet Monty say hi from me
OHSEE
Posts: 296
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
RE: Ohsee
19 May '17
I happen to have met Monty Don and have seen him interact many times with great many people. I can tell you for a fact, he is a very considerate, down to earth individual and much admired for his knowledge and willingness to help people who share a passion for gardening. To describe him as a 'deadcat' is not only ridiculous but demonstrates clearly how ignorant an individual you are. Now how's my language?
torquay
Posts: 2,315
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
Good to see you X4
19 May '17
Hope you are continuing the recovery with strength returning daily.

Never underestimate the power of prayer.....
Remittanceman
Posts: 15
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
X4Eu2
19 May '17
You're onto it X4Eu2 -
Fill your boots mate
X4Eu2
Posts: 889
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
Remittance
19 May '17
Agreed on systems. HSBC has an excellent multi jurisdictional setup that could be plagiarized to an extent! Someone said BOI is getting Bouchers successor from there? They also have a great track record on dividends.
Remittanceman
Posts: 15
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.25
big opportunity
19 May '17
with regards i.t - Do not reinvent the wheel
replicating a tried and tested product that is fit for purpose will prove to be one of Mr.boucher's shrewdest decisions as will his decision on his replacement.
Remittanceman
Posts: 15
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
buyBuyBYE
19 May '17
250m x 4 = sorted
buyBuyBYE
Posts: 39
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.25
Her work cut out for her...
19 May '17
So earlier this year I decided to consolidate all my bank accounts with BOI (I had Business bank account and personal current accounts etc with AIB and Ulsterbank). The migration process was not too bad but the online banking experience was terrible. In fairness it has improved recently but very much lags the offerings provided by AIB etc

Today I tried to get an online quote for home insurance for a rental property I own through BOI. The system was not able to generate a quote and then when I selected the option to request a call back the button to action the request did not work.

BOI really need to get their online offering fit for purpose and fast. Customers are less and less tolerant of interacting with anything short of a slick intuitive web experience... our new CEO Mrs McDonagh has a job of work on her hands to make that happen.
Remittanceman
Posts: 15
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
re : big opportunity
19 May '17
mark my words
long tem holders will hold the aces :)
Remittanceman
Posts: 15
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.24
re : active market makers
19 May '17
Time to buy is now gentlemen
torquay
Posts: 2,315
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Deadcatbounce
18 May '17
Picked up on your comments about our lovely Riviera and Location Location - it does not surprise me that it is being promoted once again as a lovely place to live.
This is because we have a lot of landlords anxious to realise their "assets" and recover the cost of re-instating them after extended periods of occupation by migrants from the inner cities up country. I don't mean Migrant migrant's - at least they speak two or three languages - I mean the alarming "under class" who were encouraged to come here because it was felt that the town could enjoy "their benefits" and Landlords could earn a good return on their investment, sometimes as much as 12%.
It has had a disastrous effect on the town - we have had so many immaculate conceptions that the locals now call the town "The HOLEY Land". Two new schools have had to be built and extensive modifications were needed for several others.
Employment opportunities for these people are thin on the ground because of their educational failings and the calamitous shrinkage of the hospitality industry here. Letting accommodation is reduced by two thirds in fourteen years largely due to the attitude of the banks who don't really understand about hospitality.
This is getting like drinking - I said I would only have "One" tonight and the Theresa upset me.
Good luck all...
torquay
Posts: 2,315
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.24
OHSEE
18 May '17
I would guess from your comment that our little mighty atom from Ballydehob has been posting again and there I go breathing the oxygen of a response to a posting (no doubt insulting) when I haven't even read it - the filter really does work.
I have never understood why AIB is seen as being the big fella on the block, when in recent memory they have sustained spectacular losses particularly when "playing" in the USA.Why the politicians have made known that they are anxious to sell it, whilst they have the opportunity of re-building it along with the Irish economy defeats me.
The old adage "Gilding the Lily" comes to mind - if they are really serious about selling it - they could at least wait until it is able to report some decent figures once or twice in the interest of credibility and achieving a decent sale price.
Now that INDA is going, there is the opportunity to refresh some of the front bench once the new leader has been appointed or he could simply shuffle the pack which is probably what he will do with no election in the offing.
Looks as though he is deserting the ship, because he does not seem able to take advantage of the increasing economic activity in Europe.
Our Mother Theresa seems today to be doing the same - the smell of cuts is in the air - she does not know how to deliver Brexit without damaging the economy, which will undoubtedly result from her actions because it is unavoidable.
The Manifesto launched today contains enough hints about the way forward, the cuts that are coming and the taxes that will increase to unnerve her supporters causing the promised landslide to dissipate I think quite seriously. The press and the broadcast media are doing their best to BIG UP the lady, but if she doesn't want to win because of the smell coming from the Treasury, as our Mr Hammond discovers the truth of what is really needed to keep the old ship of state floating and when the city workers are becoming migrants bound for foreign shores.
Victory will be a poisoned chalice for whoever wins when the Golden Goose in the City stops laying and the other chickens come home to roost.
Just glad that my investment is based on the Euro and not the Dollar or the pound.
cooking
Posts: 748
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Ohsee
18 May '17
When people are posting they have nothing to say and what's on telly then I understand the share price. No need for the language
OHSEE
Posts: 296
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
RE: Why post
18 May '17
instead of ****ging off people why not practice what you preach?
cooking
Posts: 748
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
RE:AIB
18 May '17
I think you are right about AIB. Deadcat Monty Don has a programme on later in the week about growing lemons
johnmcclean
Posts: 1,552
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
RE: AIB
18 May '17
www.irishtimes.com/business/financial-services/noonan-may-press-aib-flotation-button-as-early-as-next-week-1.3087768?mode=amp

If true this might explain a lot. Bkir down to force a better deal and lower aib price for the big guys. Aib up to tempt Noonan to show his hand and I wonder is there going to be a special offer for present aib share holders. There could be a bit of buy now to get an advantage in the long run. Obviously the guys on the inside know more than us lemons.




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