Surely the only sensible option is a Reverse Stock Spit...a 1:3 ratio would increase the share price on a unit basis away from the penny stock status and verge on €1 per share and should pique fund entities interest...the total quantum of the committed payment due in 2016 would remain unaffected as the number of shares simply reduces...share buy-backs are a sure sign of a company's management structure holding excess cash with feck all stategic options to invest in...generally not a good indicator for positive momentum, something which this FKIR's share price continue to remain dependent upon.
That makes perfect sence to me thanks. Yes the personality of bkir really does irratate me at the best of times. I was asking as Im now holding the most amount of shares I ever had with BKIR and was wondering if I missed something with so many brokers giving a sell rating. I really hope this time next year we will won't be looking at 30c share but I can't see it being much more than 40c-45c
. will be interesting what the advisors are telling boi.. reverse stock split .. buy back..?? what is known .. is that boi will have to break away from its penney stock valuation and break the 1€ level somehow like what happened to Bankia.. when the financials are released .... read the fine print...
I have no doubt this share could reach up to .40 this year at some stage and no doubt it will reverse back to .30. ..... so which analyst os right ? The guy who says .40 or the guy who says .30?. .... u got it they are both correct. Every analyst weighs long term (unsolvable household) debt and realistic growth figures from a bank with poor lending ability etc differently on their scales. I feel 60% of people over 38 years of age have **** credit rating in ireland Unable to borrow. So therefore the bank needs to grow more in the Uk market To boost share price. Look back over the past few years and u get the feeeeeeel of the "personality" of a share. This share seems to have a weak enough personality over the past few years (Probably because the books are buried in debt that the bank has still not come to terms with in writing down or off the books) how many of us know dozens of boi customers not paying their mortgages or able to in fact. I'm v positive on this share long term but short term it's a roller coaster When u factor in all the world issues walloping it each and every month . Hope this helps a small bit for u.
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