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Share Price: 0.292Bid: 0.291Ask: 0.292Change: 0.007 (+2.46%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.34%Open: 0.287High: 0.294Low: 0.285Yesterday’s Close: 0.285


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Hotdog1
Posts: 306
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.28
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Going the right direction
Mon 13:14
Plus .28c today.....I'll take that
 
Charlyryan
Posts: 10
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RE: Cheapest Irish ?
Mon 12:23
Is that EUR 14.99 per trade for Davy's fixed cost? I did a bit of shopping around OiNIck and went with Goodbody's because they didn't have the quarterly charge. I was only looking for one trade and then to set and forget so didn't want an unnecessary quarterly charge amounting. I've just checked the BKIR topup I did was 1% stamp duty and 1.4% Commission costs. (I was only considering Online Only / Execution Only accounts)
Doubtchakid
Posts: 8
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Price:0.28
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RE: Cheapest Irish ?
Mon 11:54
Would you consider opening online account with Davys? €14.99 per trade, with a €20 quarterly charge, so if you trade twice per annum you're winning. Also the customer service is very accessible & understanding of the the first time trader.
Doubtchakid
Posts: 8
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Price:0.28
10 year bonds
Mon 11:51
Today sees Irish 10 year bonds trading below 2%, we're almost as safe as the Germans! Thanks Fitch for the upgrade, and may it continue to be reflected in the SP.
OlNick
Posts: 74
Question
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.28
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Cheapest Irish ?
Mon 10:47
Davies cheapest charge is 100 per trade - anyone know better brokers?
Are they worth it - LSE sounds good but do you have to trade a lot?
PatMcG
Posts: 140
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Price:0.28
Post Office
Mon 09:31
Thanks for that interesting link, Charlyryan. Always thought a Post Office bank was bound to be a winner, for all the reasons given in the article. Was in my local branch last week and noted the prominent advertising space been given to their new products. But the established banks will do all they can to crush such a threatening competitor, as they did all those years ago when they bought out and then closed down the old PO based Giro bank. But they may not succeed this time round as their power has been considerably weaken by a seemingly unending series of bank scandals.
PatMc
Charlyryan
Posts: 10
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Price:0.28
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RE: out of the quagmire...
Mon 00:10
johnmcclean
Posts: 337
Observation
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Price:0.28
angela has had enough
Sun 22:33
Time to knock heads together.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/17/russia-ukraine-ministers-meet-berlin-ceasefire-talks

With some of thoes mysterious white lorries been allowed in to Ukraine tomorrow as well I think the markets will react well tomorrow.
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,115
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Price:0.28
contingency plan...
Sun 22:13
allmoyne
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2cv
Sun 21:15



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