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that being the case which was my understanding as well why would DTAs created by past losses be a deduction against CET1 under Basle 3 fully loaded. i understand it in Greece for example where there is a 5 year time limit on carry forwards so it is a time sensitive wasting asset. also why doesnt Ireland allow conversion to a tax credit (like Spain). Much more valuable to AIB and my extension Irish taxpayers. what's downside for Ireland? As Dtas created by losses waste diiferently depending on jurisdiction having the same bank capital treatment under Basle 3 seems odd. Im sure Boi will use up their 1.7bn so not a big issue for BOI I think but it would benefit if change made for AIB benefit. Certainly make repaying Prefs easier and prospect of banking dividends earlier.
Hi X4, I have Been buying the dips and although we could see further sudden spike downs with sp due to General market reacting to ukraine situation etc i continue to see thease as excellent buying opportunities, GL.
I agree with ranger 4. Germany above all countries has massive exposure to the Russian economy. It was easy for them to sit on their hands when the rest of Europe needed stimulating. It will be a different story if they start to suffer.
If the ecb don't just bite the bullet soon and finally go for serious qe they risk a Japan type problem. Despite huge stimulus there and an ongoing curancy devaluation they are struggling to break out of a deflationary cycle. Over a year into qe and inflation of 2% is still a dream. But the US and UK have both managed to reach the 2% goal.by quick action. Germany may watch that rate there closely for the autumn. If they can now control it and keep it in the 2.5...1.5 range it may help dispelled fears that qe = rampant inflation.
To my mind Merkel has two choices. Qe or sort things out between Russia and Ukraine. Both good for bkir.
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