Blackkite. re dividends, this is Davy stockbrokers opinion from 28th August 15:- "Forecast dividend reinstatement from FY 2016 August 28 2015. Following Bank of Ireland’s strong capital generation in H1 2015, when fully-loaded CET 1 grew by 180bps to 11.1%, we are moving to incorporate dividend payments into our forecasts, with the first such dividend being declared with FY 2016 results. We expect Bank of Ireland to recommence payments with a modest initial dividend of €300m/0.93c per share in FY 2016, rising to €500m/1.54c per share in FY 2017. With the return to dividend payments an important step towards normalisation, we reiterate our ‘Outperform’ rating."
Where did you put that crystal ball?
When should we expect a dividend from BKIR? Anyone?
RE: Capital adequacy BKIR and AIB
AIB currently valued at no more then 0.10 I believe due to number of shares in circulation. So when these gov shares are redeemed is that a stock buyback therefore less shares in circulation?
Irish mortgage approvals for house purchase fell sharply from €532m in July to €392m in August. CB rules seem to be having the desired effect.
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