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Share Price: 0.385Bid: 0.385Ask: 0.3875Change: -0.005 (-1.28%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 0.65%Open: 0.3875High: 0.39Low: 0.3825Yesterday’s Close: 0.39



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allmoyne
Posts: 540
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.38
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bob
Fri 17:56
i would rather bet on a poor bank in euros than a good bank in rubles
 
irish_bob
Posts: 580
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.39
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RE: OQFD - Eurobank
Fri 15:58
I own sberbank of Russia as a long term long shot , PE is below 5 and Russia while in poor shape is not Greece

wouldn't touch a greek bank , there not cheap enough to warrant the risk IMO
JDBB
Posts: 12
Question
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
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OQFD - Eurobank
Fri 14:59
Anybody thinking of booking a buy order in 0QFD Eurobank for monday morning 3rd August (assuming GSE opens)? Is it worth a punt? Wanted to see what the level of interest is out there in this bank stock among BKIR punters!!!
Hotdog1
Posts: 594
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.39
JDBB
Fri 14:44
and I have that pint as a "future" ! :)
JDBB
Posts: 12
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
to be or not to be .40c
Fri 14:33
Hotdog1 I'd say you'll have to reschedule that pint!!!
Hotdog1
Posts: 594
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
.40c
Fri 14:21
Jeez I wa banking on my .40c pint in poolbeg St tonight.....there might be a gallop towards close of business
aclaw
Posts: 803
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.39
headed towards 0.40
Fri 12:26
interim financial report -- 56 pages is easy reading would recommend to investors who own this stock.. BOI did very well.. could comfortably end the year with € 1.2b
ten4
Posts: 31
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Davys on BKIR
Fri 11:41
Positive comments on RTE website (Brokers Reports) as below. Davys are stockbrokers to BKIR

Excellent capital generation; strong new lending volumes and lower cost of risk

Excellent capital generation of 180bps, with fully loaded CET1 increasing to 11.1% (ex-prefs), should result in the redemption of the 2009 prefs in the earlier part of the bank’s guided January-July 2016 timeframe. Augmenting the capital generation is good momentum on new business volumes across its main markets, together with a substantial lowering of impairment charges as it sees the benefits of restructuring and the strong economic environment in both Ireland and the UK.

http://www.rte.ie/news/business/markets/broker_reports/
cooking
Posts: 189
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Bobby Dazzler
Fri 11:00
Your amazing!! How do you always manage to get it spot on?
Always in at the bottom out at the top
You the man
irish_bob
Posts: 580
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
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RE: Told ya!
Fri 10:52
my hunch was that it would not lift off , looking at the trades during the past half hour yesterday and all the big ones were of the sell variety

that said , there has been no major move , we probably creep up in the coming weeks , the possibility of a government sell may keep a lid on exuberance





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