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Share Price: 0.319Bid: 0.319Ask: 0.323Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.004Spread as %: 1.25%Open: 0.328High: 0.329Low: 0.319Yesterday’s Close: 0.319


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allmoyne
Posts: 266
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.32
sp
Wed 14:36
glass cant stay in the way of this baby
 
Hotdog1
Posts: 346
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
Sp
Wed 13:58
.32 c seems to be the new glass ceiling
johnmcclean
Posts: 433
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
October 26th.
Wed 12:01
johnmcclean
Posts: 433
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Price:0.32
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RE: Stress Test results
Wed 08:38
As far as I know the results will be made public in the second half of October. The ecb takes over overseeing Europe's banks on November 4th so all has to be done by then. The banks will be given an idea of results a month before publication and will be given their result 48h hours before been made public. This is to allow the bank a chance to attempt to shore up funding before announcing any negative findings to the stock market.

The tests are 2 part. A asset quality review (AQR) which does what it says on the tin. Then the stress test to see if the bank has enough assets and reserves to deal with any future crisis.
ramerci73
Posts: 528
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
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Stress Test results
Wed 05:19
I read today that the results of the ECB stress tests on European banks will be published by the end of October. I thought the results wouldn't be known until November. Does anybody have any idea when the results will be published?
johnmcclean
Posts: 433
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
China
Wed 00:14
China has jumped on the QE wagon. $80 billion stimulus. Considering they have 7% or so growth that's going to surprise the market a bit.

Our friend Mario has been working for us on his stimulus plans,
http://mobile.bloomberg.com/news/2014-09-16/draghi-s-abs-market-revival-set-for-boost-from-regulators.html
2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,126
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
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Halloween
Tue 22:46
Bagel 27.5
CaffeineAddict 28
PANG 28.5
ramerci73 34.7
Charlyryan 35.5
allmoyne 37
jezhayes 38
Howth 42
radar
Posts: 2,030
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.32
New floor
Tue 22:35
The 30% rise from 23c happened quickly, we will be at the 30c mark for a while before we see another upwards movement 8 c is a huge % rise in a short time.

We have to wait for overall economic improvement before the next jump.

Stay focused.
ramerci73
Posts: 528
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Price:0.32
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RE: Re QE
Tue 20:46
Yes indeed. Very good work.
johnmcclean
Posts: 433
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Price:0.32
trackers
Tue 17:57
After the last ecb interest rate reduction my new tracker rate came in the post today. 0.80%. I'm glad to see Richie is back at work but it must pain him every time the "t" word is mentioned. Admittedly customers are paying for it elsewhere but regardless of shareholding there's a certain satisfaction in scre.ing a bank for once.



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