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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.23Bid: 0.2275Ask: 0.23Change: 0.0025 (+1.10%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.10%Open: 0.2325High: 0.2325Low: 0.23Yesterday’s Close: 0.2275


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aclaw
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banks
Today 03:43
.. it is the sector to be in.. the FED has approved capital plans for 34 large banks including BBVA from Spain. Most banks were higher.. FED rates were also raised this month.. The UK is also talking higher interest rates.. Draghi will be forced to increase rates..
 
deadcatsbounce
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RE: Its bloody Hard
Wed 20:17
Congi, it is a term of endearment.
aclaw
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RE: Sp
Wed 19:04
.. warren buffet bought apple.. warren takes good care of his stocks .. no one dares to short his stocks..
cooking
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It's bloody hard
Wed 17:02
What does the F stand for Surely it stands for Fairtrade or maybe it stands for Lemon
Congemi
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RE: Its bloody Hard
Wed 16:54
What does the 'F' stand for?
Or is it appropriate or this forum?
ranger4
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Its bloody Hard
Wed 16:27
This share not called the FKIR for no reason.
Congemi
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RE: At 11:30 Dub was rallying at .2..
Wed 15:45
It's bloody hard when I see most other stocks up 2 or 4 pct
irish_bob
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RE: Sp
Wed 15:07
the reason auto stocks are weak right now is because wall st has parked traditional auto and hitched its wagon to the electric - tesla bubble , notice all this blather about how everyone will either be driving electric cars in ten years or not at all , self driving cars are the latest hullabulloo

when the tesla bubble runs its course , dirt cheap stocks like bmw , daimler and gm will rally , could take a few more years however but all of the above easily cover their hefty dividends , unlike the likes of BP or shell which has minimal if near non existant dividend cover
Congemi
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RE: Fill your boots
Wed 14:00
Your first lucid observation Cooking!
Couldn't agree more.Im generally a contrarian investor and when u have small investors buying and institutions selling we know who is going to be crushed
johnmcclean
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RE: Sp
Wed 13:40
Bob when it comes to GM and Ford sales you need to dig a little deeper. In the US anyway (not sure about Europe) sales revenues are book at manufacture not sale. US dealerships are crammed full of unsold cars at the minute. Not so long ago dealers worked on a 70 day delivery to sale ratio. That's been pushed up to 110 days with dealers been forced to rent off site storage for the amount of extra cars they have in stock. When some companies say "record sales" that can be misleading. Expect to see Ford and GM reduce sales estimates this year.

By the way, inventories in the farm commodities and oil are the same in the US. the country will sink under the weight of stored grain soon. Old air force sites are been used for storage at this stage with a bumper 2017 crops predicted as well.

Apologies, off topic I know but there's little more that can be said about Bkir for now.




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