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Fund Manager Chris Bailey talks about an opportunist 2017 for investors


Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.2425Bid: 0.24Ask: 0.2425Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.04%Open: 0.2475High: 0.25Low: 0.2375Yesterday’s Close: 0.2425


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torquay
Posts: 2,027
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.2425
Surprised
Mon 22:55
Yes I am - for once I find myself in agreement with Fontenoy and his last double post, concerning the wholesale distribution of Irish Passports.
 
Nomad666
Posts: 25
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.2425
RE: On the bright side....
Mon 21:41
I agree with u deadcat. However, if you have a few bob to forget about for a while. Boi is way to go. In my humble opinion.
deadcatsbounce
Posts: 316
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2425
RE: On the bright side....
Mon 14:21
Are you popping happy happy pills or something??? I don't see a bright side! Between Trump, Brexit and now Stormont we are in a sorry mess.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 404
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2425
RE: On the bright side....
Mon 13:09
25 percent of .02 earnings is ... is .005 per share dividend
skinnarney
Posts: 41
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.2425
RE: On the bright side....
Mon 12:58
What does initial dividend pay-out ratio of 25% mean?
PGee
Posts: 268
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2425
On the bright side....
Mon 12:40
CantorFitz.....We take this opportunity to update our finan- cial model forecasts out to 2018 which results in an increased target price to 27.2c from 23.8c (14.2%)........ while we maintain our “Outperform” rating. Returning to a sustainable dividend pay- ing bank is a top priority for management, however given the pension deficit is still a huge source of volatility in calculating capital po- sitions, we assume BKIR will reinstate an interim dividend related to H1/17 with an initial dividend pay-out ratio of 25%.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 404
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.2425
I dont think they realise
Mon 12:15
All the mainland eu countries want them out out out ,except ireland (and me !)to share the spoils . Also expats willhave to go b,ack to cold england , As i said what good is a multinational moving to uk if its expelled from doing business in eu . Asmy european friend goes get out out out and uk who ? Also uk is already donald trumps b#tch and china wants a free r#de too !
patxd
Posts: 12
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.2425
Supreme Court
Mon 10:00
We don't know yet what they will say The whole issue is very difficult. At the present time we are seeing an Anglo- Saxon alignment emerging orchestrated by two right wing Governments in London and Washington lining up against Brussels with Vlad in Moscow rubbing his hands as he wants to weaken the West to rebuild Russian power in the East whilst trying to break the West from within by encouraging 3rd world immigration. They hope one day maybe to be invited in to Europe to 'clean it up with a big pogrom -Russian history littered with them. Make no mistake this is a serious turn. UK could break up but there is no certainty yet how it will play out. Being externally well diversified has a logic.
Borninusa123456
Posts: 404
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
Supreme court
Sun 21:14
Will save the british from themselves. Did philip hamond ask himself if he lowers tax then eu will expell those companie that go to uk from doing business in eu or expel british airlines from eu air space. Their finished if they dont go to eu every whim .
torquay
Posts: 2,027
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.25
Good evening all and Happy New Year
Sun 20:06
Have just spent a week up in the so called "Northern Power House" or part of it - in Sheffield with our young lady's new house.

The investment that is evident points to a lot of money being spent - new car sale rooms abound in the old industrial quarter along with all the other manifestations of the modern "service" based society. MacDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut, Burgerking and of course Starbucks, all gathered around The Meadowhall Shopping Centre.

What a nightmare and the traffic was amazing as it threaded through the maze of monstrous new constructions with traffic lights that were always on RED. I hate to think how much has been spent but you can definitely see where it's gone an quite often who has benefited when I look at the new cars that have been lease purchased.

Am glad to be back in the West Country.




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