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Share Price: 0.305Bid: 0.302Ask: 0.303Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.33%Open: 0.302High: 0.308Low: 0.302Yesterday’s Close: 0.305


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irish_bob
Posts: 237
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RE: Bob
Fri 17:57
yeah i know im breaking the rules by asking about other stocks , the ryanair thread appears to only get traffic on rare occasions so no point in asking over there
 
aclaw
Posts: 311
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Price:0.31
WLR funds. 37mm
Fri 17:45
..that would mean Ross is still in under a pseudonym.

Boi is like big circus spectacle with magicians, actors, clowns, jesters, elephants, an smoke and mirrors, us small investors have merely paid an entrance fee to see the spectacle..
radar
Posts: 2,003
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Price:0.31
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Bob
Fri 17:43
No we have no clue, this is a bkir site, son.

Our expertise is only therein.
irish_bob
Posts: 237
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Price:0.31
off topic
Fri 17:19
perhaps someone here can answer a question for me , on the subject of ADR,s , does anyone know how many stocks are in the ryanair ADR , i read somewhere that its five but if that is true , the ADR has a 20% premium to dublin and london which seems excessive
allmoyne
Posts: 232
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.31
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RE: all news
Fri 16:50
Sun is the answer,doughnut! What sun does to manure, is what bkir needs.

(but as we are well aware of here is, it all so needs its wet days)
dog878
Posts: 33
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Price:0.31
highest market cap
Fri 16:19
Hi if anyone wants to know when we talk about 19 Euro share price in days gone by were taking about 0.60 in today's share price equivalent. It could mean that even a Euro without a stock split is going to be really hard.
radar
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Roby
Fri 16:17
Hello son, welcome on board !

Do not worry about the removal of that graph, there is no need for it as we are all BKIR experts here.

We have been here for years, we are old, decrepid (and cannot spell either), blinded by glimpses of hope and prolonged darkness, we are damaged by the effluction of time. We are battle hardened, joined together by an addiction to suffering and following the strangest star that ever shone.

We are the sons of bkir.

Regardless of what happens we are going to fight the longest fight.

We are ready.
Robin80
Posts: 2
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Price:0.31
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RE: decent web site
Fri 16:05
oops, no links allowed?
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Robin80
Posts: 2
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Price:0.31
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RE: decent web site
Fri 16:04
the highest market cap was around 18 billion, at peak boom. normal long term valuation of around 10-12 billion, but with reduced competition now, a leaner business and exposure in the UK, a fair valuation could be higher. Here's a graph of long term market cap:
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Senator1
Posts: 252
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Price:0.31
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RE: Senator1
Fri 15:21
yes



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