Comparing the SP today with other banks in Europe, BKIR did not do well at all no matter the difference in buying and selling trades. To any interested parties or regulators for that matter, is this not strange given the positive newsflow over the past few weeks?
I'm just wondering. I find it startling. Perhaps it is just me.
O.K. That is very significant indeed. Can you please provide the source of that quote. Now I am very interested and a little surprised at myself to tell the trouth. I never saw that before. Excellent if it comes from a reputable source.
"Because of the significant appreciation, we are rebalancing our position. The position had become very significant (in terms of our overall portfolio).
"We remain strong supporters of (chief executive) Richie Boucher and Bank of Ireland... Bank of Ireland will benefit from the ongoing recovery of Ireland and we have no intention to sell any more of our stake. We are long term investors."
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