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Share Price: 0.31Bid: 0.31Ask: 0.311Change: 0.014 (+4.73%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.32%Open: 0.305High: 0.311Low: 0.301Yesterday’s Close: 0.296


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2CV_Driver
Posts: 1,137
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the pure drop..
8 Sep '14
That would be whisky from scotland
 
Roxbury
Posts: 17
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Price:0.32
Why
8 Sep '14
Doughnuts: Current brokers recommendations are:

Broker Date (2014) Recommendation Price Target
Investec Sept 4 Buy 32c
HSBC Sept 3 Underweight 24c
Goodbody Sept 3 Buy 40c
Alpha Value Aug 25 Sell 25c
Macquarie Aug 15 Outperform 32c
Cantor Aug 15 Buy 35c
EVA Aug 7 Underweight -
Deutsche Aug 5 Hold 28c
CS Aug 5 Neutral 28c
Davy Aug 5 Outperform -
SocGen Aug 4 Sell 22c
Nomura Aug 1 Neutral 28c
Merrion July 25 Buy 31c
UBS May 19 Buy 30c
Goldman Feb 25 Sell/Neutral 28c

Granto: PW can secure higher dividend yield from other banking stocks (e.g. UBS). So unless he is Warren Buffett 2.0 looking for cigar butts, I still think he is out before the next election.
radar
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Scotland
8 Sep '14
The Scots should vote tonjoin ireland. We could give them Guinness and they give us some whiskey and we would all be happy.
aclaw
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Noonan on AIB
8 Sep '14
looks like a slow sale over extended time for AIB..

On RTE Radio last Wednesday, Mr Noonan said the notion of selling Allied Irish Banks on the market over time and using the money to reduce debts was “probably a better option now”.

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/noonan-travels-to-brussels-in-bid-to-secure-imf-loan-deal-1.1921462
aclaw
Posts: 438
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X
8 Sep '14
..some years ago I bought a rugby shirt with the 'X' and Scotland in Galicia , later found out the significance of the msg..
aclaw
Posts: 438
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Scotland
8 Sep '14
..just a theory..if Scotland did break away, it would not take much for the eu to offer them membership, don't foresee years and years of waiting for eu membership, they would also likely have to establish the € as a currency..just a theory..
johnmcclean
Posts: 527
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RE: Scotland
8 Sep '14
If Scotland breakaway from the uk they will not be considered a member of the European union. If they want to join they will have to apply in their own right which could take years. It may also be compulsory for them to adopt the euro as a condition of membership.

I assume the reason for sterling weakening is because of the effect of north sea oil.
aclaw
Posts: 438
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Volume
8 Sep '14
..17.8mm buy ; 17.8mm sell;

£ has been on a downward trend with the Scotland vote,
Theminion
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RE: Scotland
8 Sep '14
It's interesting to think how it could effect the pound. Will Scotland use the euro currency? Why do you think it could bring the pound to the level of the euro?
aclaw
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Scotland
8 Sep '14
..if Scotland becomes a break away the £ may reach the same level as the €...



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