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Member Since: Mon, 16th Nov 2009

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 7,948
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 4

Last Posted: 27 Feb '17

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23 Sep '16

on the western front, waiting for little sp retracement back to 200sma before topping up.
23 Sep '16

TOT Looks interesting as for our fkir 18c support will soon be broken.
21 Sep '16

Crippling Investor confidence for our Fkir lets see how Long current 18 support lasts.
20 Sep '16

woint raise rates till Q1-2 2017 with brexit & us election uncertainties as for Lloyds and the fkir= Bkir sp looks rangebound daytraders dream.
15 Sep '16

Bank has warned on delay in returning to dividend payments
Bank of Ireland shares fell in early trading on Thursday after US banking giant JP Morgan downgraded its recommendation on the stock amid concerns over the group’s lending margins and ability to grow its loan book.
Shares in Bank of Ireland dropped as much as 2.6 per cent in Dublin to 18.8 cent. JP Morgan analysts cut their rating on the shares to underweight, the equivalent of recommending that clients sell, from neutral, which is similar to a hold recommendation.
Led by chief executive Richie Boucher, the bank warned last month that it may delay its planned return to paying dividends early next year as the UK’s vote to quit the European Union impacts business sentiment.
Net interest margin
The bank’s , as its net interest margin – the difference between the average rates at which it borrows and lends on to customers – contracted to 2.11 per cent from 2.21 per cent a year earlier.
The bank’s loan book, net of provisions set aside for bad loans, shrank to €80.2 billion in June from €84.7 billion in December, as a weakening of the sterling following the UK referendum hit the value of its loans in the UK.
JP Morgan sees continuing pressure on the bank’s net interest margins amid rising competition in the mortgage market.
19 Aug '16

Will the likes of the FKIR= Bkir who has exposure in uk mortgage market along with providing services within uk post offices Benifit from their dual uk and irish economic entities assuming EU continues to allow the fkir doing business in uk.
19 Aug '16

There goes 0.18c support.
19 Aug '16

Historic decision or costly mistake as Depositors start withdrawing their cash and lodging with competitors like aib, ulster bank etc etc who have said they woint be charging for holding deposits.
17 Aug '16

On the cards sp rangebound and for medium term is a traders dream.
13 Aug '16

Bunch of W*nkers.

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