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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)

Share Price: 0.23Bid: 0.23Ask: 0.2325Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.09%Open: 0.23High: 0.2325Low: 0.2275Yesterday’s Close: 0.23

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interest rates
Today 00:23
i will bet on another rate increase by mid summer .. july and another 0.25 by year end.. but not 3 rate increases.. the EU will be forced to bring out a rate increase

www.m a r k e t w a t c ..
Posts: 836
Opinion:Strong Buy
Today 00:18
I wish they'd look for a NYSE listing again. The ADR's were fantastic at generating uplift in the home market
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RE: Frenzy
Wed 16:56

...a divi in the works.
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Wed 16:53
Of buying and selling between .23 and .2325...

Jumped I'm at .23....I'm thinking theres
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RE: Lloyds
Wed 13:24
Good read thx for dat
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Yes understood Martin
Tue 22:36
I wouldn't be invested either - especially in shares if the banks were "encouraged" to pay interest as I did when they borrow money. How would they then create all those lovely jobs in phone banks and market research - would we still be getting phone calls from South Africa. the Philippines and India at lunch time,

Interest rates at 5% would allow me to join three or four golf clubs and take the colleen home three or four times a year.

Instead of which we have full employment in supermarkets etc and all the prices rising to finance the "living wage."

Good luck all
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Investing in Shares
Tue 20:47
Do not think you are golng to make money depending on hedge funds adivice or brokers to make money to me that's 100% loose tipsters on sport do much the same if it were true woul the help you
Have been lucky at this game or ami good even I am not sure ,have to admit B O I the worst Share problem I a have ever encountered but I solved it in my own way critesed on here when I sold now back in B O I in better position but loosing at this time
My advice buy in red but not full amount if it goes lower buy again and again yo then know where you limit is
People buying at top are most likely Big Boys the rest loose there money unless the are prepared to wait very long time
I am probably the only person on this blog to say when Shorters are seriously in the do what the want everything is in there hands ,mentioned a Company some posts back right now will pay over 50p div ,have not clue how to work it out
After all this yrs would retire like so many if we could intrest rate
G l A
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Tue 17:36
Look at all the after hour trades at. 23 what a rout
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Tue 17:27
I had a argument with Delta Index about them collapsing the bid 5 minutes before the close.Delta finish trading at 4:27.One day the real bid was at .235 and they closed it at .1825..I had a large position on and alarms went off margin calls left right and center...The stock opened up at .245 the next day.It happened to a lesser extent on another day.For your guide Delta Index closed today .2278-.2308

I called both BOI and the ISE about the trading patterns at close but obviously nothing has changed.

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