I personally cant see the dividend until 2017 as previous communication from reputable finance intuitions have informed .One of the main reasons for this is the amount of shares in circulation – pretty sure the maths have been done here before .
I would reckon a reverse split will be implemented (Once Nonan & Co have stuffed the Treasury pockets and waved good buy and good luck )
We have been through the worst – Shut the elevator and press the up button and enjoy the ascending views.
...volume has picked up quite a lot for Boi and AIB. . the ECB allocation of 60b €. will be more than enough for Ireland....results are just about 4 to 5 weeks away...Boi should have a dividend within 1 year...
after so much time spent on the qe story its now done and a lot better than many ever believed possible. next up greece on sunday. you can never be sure of anything in politics but i just can't see them leaving the euro no matter what. So that just leaves us back at bkir on Feb 27th. on that day the relationship between bkir and boi should be re-established. At .31c today, i would say at worst its a fair price, at best its cheap. looking ahead a year or so.. with qe, euro at dollar parity (maybe), cheap oil and 5%+ irish growth I just cant believe the share price wont be at least 10% better off. With cash paying 2% at best I think bkir is worth investing another few euro in.
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