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Share Price: 0.315Bid: 0.3125Ask: 0.3175Change: -0.0075 (-2.33%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.005Spread as %: 1.60%Open: 0.3225High: 0.3275Low: 0.305Yesterday’s Close: 0.3225


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irish_bob
Posts: 424
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Price:0.32
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RE: Resistance
Tue 21:02
alls fair in love and war and on this site

water off a ducks back
 
Hotdog1
Posts: 433
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Price:0.32
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Resistance
Tue 17:03
Me thinks .31c is the new .27c floor. Good kickback today. Apologies Bob re my rudeness here the other nite. I was polluted with jar. Anyway greetings all from a beach in Mexico. Just passin thru on my travels.....beats the wind and rain of home
Doughnuts
Posts: 852
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
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RE: Come on up
Tue 16:39
:-)

Rammy, If you drool enough over the blue ones made by Pfizer, something will eventually rise....

I can't vouch for the behaviour of the BIR share price though but hey, who cares right?
ramerci73
Posts: 636
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
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RE: Come on up
Tue 16:24
I was drooling over my blue pills actually.
Doughnuts
Posts: 852
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.31
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RE: Doughnuts
Tue 15:26
ok
you're "sandwiched" so to speak between Bagel and John McC. Good company.
jezhayes
Posts: 26
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Price:0.31
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Doughnuts
Tue 15:13
New average is heading towards .30. Bought a few more since that .26 figure as well as today.
johnmcclean
Posts: 643
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.31
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RE: russia
Tue 14:57
Well seeing as stocks have done very well in a weak economy it would be no surprise if now they stagnated for a while. With no qe stocks will eventually have to go back to depending on fundamentals and growth to drive price. There's a fair chance stocks in the US might not have moved much by this time next year.
As for interest rates, the US may be caught between a rock and a hard place on them. Employment levels are almost back to pre crisis levels so wage growth would be the next step. Higher rates would be needed to keep inflation at bay. However, higher rates will drive the dollar higher which could surpress growth. With every other economic area in trouble there will be a point when too strong a dollar becomes a problem. Its going to be a fine line on the call when to raise rates. There is scope though.. A 2% rate would be the aim but in baby steps. For the US to get there they need others to strengthen as well. It could be a very slow process unless we see cheap oil boosting growth eventually. For the US its still better to be facing this from a position of strength rather than starting from where Europe is.
allmoyne
Posts: 378
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.31
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RE: Brutal times
Tue 14:55
Respect John, totally disagree bout $$ , rates, weak euro.... one of us will be the educator and one the student, time will sort out whos who..... at least we agree on BOI...lol GLA
Doughnuts
Posts: 852
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Price:0.31
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RE: Sons
Tue 14:53
Fair play Jez, shall I update your new average price? I had you down on the board for 0.26 cents up to now.





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