A lot of us are unhappy that BOI hasn't shared in Ireland's economic recovery exponentially. I'm hanging in because there is evidence of reward over time. I'm invested in an offshore bank that's had an astounding recovery since listing in NY last year. Seems to me that mainlanders have more confidence in potential than the locals. Maybe that's what's lacking with BOI. A lack of confidence in the bank by Irish institutions and individuals. HSBC seems to be picking up since it manifested more reliance on systems than branches.
It is not the will of the people! 17m out of a population of 67 m people voted for out, slightly over a third of the electorate voted for out! That was then, now if you had a vote again it would be defeated and remain would prevail. As for bkir, Whatsa has sold in various tranches and still holds, curiousally every time he sells he scuppers any recovery in the SP, he is also in the market for banks, India most recent!
I watched the court ruling debate on bbc. The whole parliament seemed 100% boisterous in support of full blown brexit. Tories, Labour etc. It is all behind the "will of the people". why keep trying to say this is not happening. I was a significant shareholder and will be again. Just waiting for this to bottom out again. Watsa selling has rubber stamped it for me that the clouds are gathering.
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