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Last Posted: 12 Oct '16

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5 May '16

You think Lloyds is bad take a look at the FKIR=BKIR 7 years of shoite.
5 May '16

Legislation to force banks to offer split mortgages to householders in mortgage distress is to be enforced by the new government as part of a draft agreement between Fine Gael and Independent TDs.
The proposed ‘Programme for Partnership’, which is being discussed by the sides on Thursday afternoon, contains a series of proposals to deal with people in mortgage arrears.
Fine Gael and the Independent TDs, including five rural TDs, the Independent Alliance, Maureen O’Sullivan, Katherine Zappone and Michael Healy-Rae, resumed talks at 12.30pm.
Fine Gael is seeking the support of at least six Independent TDs in a bid to secure the 58 votes required to support a minority government.
Senior sources insisted a vote for Taoiseach is likely to take place on Friday. However senior Ministers may have to wait until Tuesday to be assigned portfolios.
Fine Gael last week reached an agreement with Fianna Fáil, which will last for three budgets.
The proposed ‘Programme for Partnership’ is based on a five-year timeframe.
The Irish Times understands one of these measures in the creation of a new body which will seek to assist homeowners facing repossession.
Under this proposal a court will be unable to hear a repossession case until it has been processed by this new agency and all resolution options examined.
It is understood the agreement also proposes to legislate to force banks to introduce split mortgages. These are currently issued at the discretion of the individual banks.
18 Apr '16

Hit, next support 0.21c range.
18 Apr '16

Main reason our fkir along with other financials and stocks in general poor performance is global growth issue and Lack of it next is Brexit fears which if Takes place will drive SP back to teens, Irish gov only a side issue as upper echelons of public service continue to run the country taking orders from ECB and germany regardless who forms next government with no majority.
8 Apr '16

Should not be permitted to have anything to do with running a company ever again sadly they probably doint need to financially and will ride off into the sunset with their golden handshakes Good riddance BOc and board.
7 Apr '16

The Fkir (Bkir) worth a look and will get cheaper on run upto brexit .
7 Apr '16

Spot on.
7 Apr '16

SP now below its 200dsma, Another Election Looming as FF will not agree coalition with Fg Brexit to look forward to etc SP will be in Low 20s soon enough.
6 Apr '16

I agree, short term more pain on the cards for financial shareholders.
6 Apr '16

Holding Fkir over 8 years taken part in both Ri and can understand the fustration holding this stock, shorterm pre Brexit vote with all the global growth uncertainty & irish election i believe SP will continue to drift lower possibly dropping below 200dsma major support range usual sell in may adage also a factor for limited positive sp momentum i am keeping my powder dry for any sudden down spikes to top up.

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