..mr shorty sells 5.5 mm shares to a related entity , mr short II , there is no loss to either of the shorty brothers, the small investors though see a loss for the day .. Market manipulation? Boi has lost 30% since march ..
. ..I just complained to the director of group investors: Mark.email@example.com Boi needs to watch out for small investors also. Shorting is both detrimental and also illegal ; known as market manipulation .. I don't really care if this creates ruffled feathers among some in the board.. Shalom. And happy 4th July to all...
There were plenty of sell trades after 4pm in dublin. Only a theory but there is a very high volume of shares traded daily in boi and it is a fairly volatile stock so I suspect its a traders favourite. It's had a nice move up for the week so probably guys just taking a profit and heading off on the hols.
Looks like mr shorty was back in the market today.. The last trade posted was a sell order at. 16:35:09. For 5.5mm shares @. 0.256 ; a full .01 after the last trade of 0.267 .. Most traders today were small investors..
Senator. No doubt a fail would have way more negatives than a pass would have positives but do you see 0 gains from even an expected pass? Surely having it officially confirmed that the bank is solid would be worth a 5..10% gain.
IMHO a pass for Bkir is priced in. If for some bizarre reason it failed I think this would go to circa 50% of Nav. I don't expect it to fail as the first thing I think the institutions would insist on is a total clear out of the management team so they have the best incentive to get this right
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