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Share Price: 0.325Bid: 0.3225Ask: 0.325Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 0.78%Open: 0.3325High: 0.3375Low: 0.3225Yesterday’s Close: 0.325


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Batfink666
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Beanee
8 Dec '14
I suppose what I meant was that you need to own 30x more shares. Trillions would be nice though. Cheers
 
Beanee
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Batfink
8 Dec '14
Other way around, as there are now 30 times the original number of shares you must divide the 18.80 SP by 30 to obtain an equivalent valuation, otherwise you'll end up with a valuation in the Trillions...were that the case I'd gladly put in an advance order for a Rosso Red 458 Italia :-)
Batfink666
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beanee 2008
8 Dec '14
I always struggle with this, surely if there are 30x as many shares then the value sp would need to be 18.80 x 30???
royKeane07
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RE: Forum alert
8 Dec '14
Even if a dump occurred, Blackrock is buying and I'm sure also a few other funds that won't go above 3% so unless they announce it then we won't know. Possibly some people trying to shake the branches and knock a few doubters. Grab on to this one until at least 39/40, then maybe sell some and buy back if they go down to 33/34 but my opinion is for next year there will be more buyers than sellers and the big guys will need to get a position in boi. So any funds that want to buy my shares at 39 before Christmas saving you the inevitable, PM me :-)
Beanee
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2008
8 Dec '14
Bank of Ireland’s market capitalisation in February 2007 was €18.2 billion, with 979 million shares in issue...which equated to a maximum SP of €18.80.

With 30 odd billion shares currently in issue, to get back to former glory valuation the SP needs to be in the order of 61c
Makesome
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Re mulligans
8 Dec '14
Thanks bagel
Will try to find some where more salubrious than pints and peanuts or the zoo come to think of it ... Lol
Bagel
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RE: Re mulligans
8 Dec '14
Unless your Mum likes salted peanuts and crisps with her Guinness I'd eat somewhere else first.

Mulligans is a drinking pub.
radar
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Nuts
8 Dec '14
Hello son,

If you brought a bag of doughnuts with you, you could eat them and avoid hunger.

I would have no issue with it.

Radar
Doughnuts
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RE: Re mulligans
8 Dec '14
No direct experience with Mulligans myself, but I somehow suspect foodwise, the zoo might be a better option.
:-)

There are certainly plenty and better options for food in Dublin.
Makesome
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Re mulligans
8 Dec '14
Hi doughnuts (my favourite man)thanks for all the great advice over the past times ups and downs
I've also done ok with aib in early and thanks to advice posted here got out well a head now hopping to get back in
Ps im in town on the 30th would mulligans be the place to take my mum for a feed..?





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