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Share Price: 0.1775Bid: 0.1775Ask: 0.18Change: -0.005 (-2.74%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.41%Open: 0.1875High: 0.1875Low: 0.175Yesterday’s Close: 0.1825


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SexyMoose
Posts: 3,743
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RE: ive accepted brexit !
Today 20:15
Me too. Well i've forgotten about it more or less. A week is a long time. Topped up the margin and discovered that short is a very viable trading move. Radar will never forgive me for that :). Still long as well of course!
Thanks to Brexit I learned something new.
 
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 150
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RE: FTSE
Today 17:18
You what, irish bob? Overexposure to commodities? Are u sure u understand the supply chain properly the how commodity prices impact finished goods prices... j sssume u don't work in manufacturing, sourcing or procurement then...
CrisTmoc
Posts: 47
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2 million shares
Today 16:59
Non executive director Patrick Kennedy bought 2 million shares, @19 cent, 2 days ago - on the same day Boucher bought his 99,000
Borninusa123456
Posts: 184
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Price:0.18
True about gove
Today 16:40
But. What ever happens the British and Irish will fix it as as I said they don't feel sorry for themselves and through the out time tend to get on with it
margincall_RED
Posts: 26
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RE: Maybe this will fall
Today 16:32
the choices are what worry me - Michael Gove is a weedy lying rat and I would not let him wash a car.
irish_bob
Posts: 842
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Price:0.18
RE: FTSE
Today 16:31
the FTSE is higher because the commodity space is now back in a bull market ( by the looks of things ) , the FTSE has a hugely disproportionate exposure to commodities

shell
bp
bhp biliton
glencore
rio tinto

all of the above are far higher today than they were six months ago
Borninusa123456
Posts: 184
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Maybe this will fall
Today 16:29
But The British and Irish tend to move on very fast and don't feel sorry for themselves, unlike other countries so I personally would be surprised if Brexit negotiations aren't speeded up when a new prime minister is appointed.
Hotdog1
Posts: 780
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Price:0.1775
Sp
Today 15:59
We've had numerous levels for the last two years. Stuck in time at .25c now mid teens. It's time to leave that share cert get cobwebs as Brexit will take an age and BOI lurches from one crisis to another. Amazingly not a single word or feedback from the management team whom at this stage I wouldn't give them a watch to wind. From the share that was going to be the Phoenix it's now takes pride of place on barney rubbles desk. I think we are in the teens for the foreseeable future. Single digits no imo.
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 150
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Price:0.18
BREXAMI
Today 14:51
Squeaky bum time sums it up. Consequences are just starting to unfold. Going to be difficult to dress up or spin it as good news. Now that it has started, the trickle will become a flood with announcement after announcement. Lets see how the stiff upper lip survives under this pressure, I think we start to see a bit of a quiver quite soon with the BREXAMI!!!!
Observe
Posts: 2
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Price:0.18
Re: FTSE
Today 14:49
Look at the FX rate for your answer. Any collapse in Fx rate in any currency will lead to higher equity values....unless it coincides with a specific credit collapse in some/all share.
Reference blow out in the EUR-USD rate a couple of years back and German and French equities, reference the numerous blowouts in EM currencies and track their equity indexes.
Trade the FX not the equity in any Brexit type scenario.....that's where the money is.




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