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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.185Bid: 0.1825Ask: 0.185Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.37%Open: 0.175High: 0.185Low: 0.17Yesterday’s Close: 0.185


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2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,482
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UK - election
24 Sep '16
May have an early election in UK rather than article 50 being triggered. Labour are now it total disarray with Corbyn relected. Tories may well sieze the chance. Met a guy last night who voted for Brexit and he was almost apologetic about the results, it was clearly a protest vote but they never thought it would be carried. Sunderland was the largest shipbuilding yard in the world at one stage; that industry is now long gone and they stopped dredging the river a few year back so it cannot even take larger vessels now. The potteries, glass maufacturing, steel, mining and the heavy industry almost competely gone. Leaving the EU will not bring these industries back. What we are witnessing I think is akin to a nation undergoing a national 'identity crisis'. Somehow I think the politicians will do is steer the UK away from a hard brexit.
 
torquay
Posts: 1,974
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.185
Humm
24 Sep '16
The sentiments expressed today with regard to the future of "Grand Britannia" are really quite sage and I feel on the money. The country's decline is there to see for those who knew the country fifty or so years ago when the merchant marine was the largest fleet in the world. Shipbuilding and the associated engineering works provided employment for large numbers along with the mining industry and all the other industries such as chemicals with ICI and steel from Sheffield where great numbers were employed in manufacturing not to mention the car industry.

Where these businesses were profitable and most of them were, until the introduction of Red Robinson and flying miners pickets. That is when the decline really set in and the economy was damaged with the dismemberment of so many company's and their pension funds.

The cotton industry was sold off along with the machinery and technology in a very short sighted way, the Pound was devalued by Harold Wilson in order to boost the economy, much as the governor does now. Oil and gas were discovered much like the rabbit out of the hat and that really decided the government that Monetarism and Financial Services were the way forward while the factories in The Potteries were closing.

Where companies were bought by overseas investors, profits began to be exported instead of being retained, the government has been in trouble for not taxing the new inward investors enough. The MP's excused the "sweetheart" deals on the grounds that ALL the employee's are going to pay National Insurance and Personal Tax
where it is appropriate to make the deductions from their pay.

There is no doubt that the country has been run down and assets realised in order that the country could have a chip in the game of global finance. I received a call this evening conducting a financial survey which will no doubt produce the large number of calls that I am now accustomed to receiving as the markets intensify their search for funds "that they can Manage"
torquay
Posts: 1,974
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.185
Humm
24 Sep '16
The sentiments expressed today with regard to the future of "Grand Britannia" are really quite sage and I feel on the money. The country's decline is there to see for those who knew the country fifty or so years ago when the merchant marine was the largest fleet in the world. Shipbuilding and the associated engineering works provided employment for large numbers along with the mining industry and all the other industries such as chemicals with ICI and steel from Sheffield where great numbers were employed in manufacturing not to mention the car industry.

Where these businesses were profitable and most of them were, until the introduction of Red Robinson and flying miners pickets. That is when the decline really set in and the economy was damaged with the dismemberment of so many company's and their pension funds.

The cotton industry was sold off along with the machinery and technology in a very short sighted way, the Pound was devalued by Harold Wilson in order to boost the economy, much as the governor does now. Oil and gas were discovered much like the rabbit out of the hat and that really decided the government that Monetarism and Financial Services were the way forward while the factories in The Potteries were closing.

Where companies were bought by overseas investors, profits began to be exported instead of being retained, the government has been in trouble for not taxing the new inward investors enough. The MP's excused the "sweetheart" deals on the grounds that ALL the employee's are going to pay National Insurance and Personal Tax
where it is appropriate to make the deductions from their pay.

There is no doubt that the country has been run down and assets realised in order that the country could have a chip in the game of global finance. I received a call this evening conducting a financial survey which will no doubt produce the large number of calls that I am now accustomed to receiving as the markets intensify their search for funds "that they can Manage"
cooking
Posts: 490
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.185
Keep buying
23 Sep '16
Keep buying as often as you can for the next 24 months or so and you should be fine
aclaw
Posts: 1,144
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Price:0.185
RE: its of my opinion
23 Sep '16
The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.

Mark Twain
aclaw
Posts: 1,144
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Price:0.185
unbalanced trading
23 Sep '16
.. 2.4mm. sold...244mm bought..? strange trading day..
ranger4
Posts: 7,931
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Price:0.185
safe bet
23 Sep '16
TOT Looks interesting as for our fkir 18c support will soon be broken.
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 244
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Price:0.185
RE: its of my opinion
23 Sep '16
I want the UK to be prosperous and successful. However, they will be royally screwed if they do actually leave. Progressively, standard of living willdrop in the UK. Wages will fall, sterling will drop. No need for UK ccitizens to worry about whether they need visas to go to mainland europe, they won't be able to afford holidays there anyway. Eventally the 'littlle englanders' will have to become migrants to find work outside UK. Gentlemen, we see a country with delusions of grandeur and the last throes of a collapsing empire... Timeframe 30 or 40 years. Empires rise snd empires fall, only history repeating itself. I am curious why they call it Great Britain; soon they can forgo the 'Great' and paraphrase to 'Britian'. Gents we will see it in our lifetime, not sure sbout the odd couple Radar and Coggy though. Radar is already away with the faries.
equitrder
Posts: 327
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Price:0.1875
RE: its of my opinion
23 Sep '16
I dont disagree with yiu there either..
As I said earlier the UK is not the empire it used to be, it is a small island on the periphery of Europe.
The Brexiteers think the Commonwealth is going to be their saviour but there are alot of open wounds from colonial times.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 278
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Price:0.1875
its of my opinion
23 Sep '16
from travelling eu ...The eu is the greatest thing that ever happened to humanity.. Peace for 70 years (no figthing for king and country) ... uk didnt even give eu a chance to sort out its problems ,It just took all the fruits it lost post ww2 and ran to a deluded borris from a very capable pryminister in david cameroon. Also i think 2nd rate cut is priced in on this sp. Uk will be 2nd class citizens ,and will collaspe if leads eu .,nigel you could say the uk project is over sadly!




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