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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.2475Bid: 0.245Ask: 0.2475Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.02%Open: 0.245High: 0.25Low: 0.245Yesterday’s Close: 0.2475


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Hotdog1
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French result
7 May '17
Good result
 
Borninusa123456
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Viva le france
7 May '17
French far too brave to give into fear like the english did. Also macron needs to reform eu for it to survive against far right radicles that want another ww3
cooking
Posts: 667
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filtering
7 May '17
No problem with it... but don't filter somebody and keep referencing them!!
bit like kicking somebody in the back when they are unconscious.
Enjoy your 99
Fontenoy
Posts: 221
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UK and EU - interesting figures
7 May '17
The UK is the eighth largest contributor to the EU however the Nethelands, Sweden, Germany, France, Finland Austria and Denmark have even a larger contribution than the UK.

In Ireland we do very well out of it!! We put in 1.7 billion per year and we get back ...1.6 Billion !! Luxembourg and other small countries do a lot better than Ireland though.

So the UK are moaning minnies and now doomed to Isolation even though their near neighbours like France and Germany contribute a lot more than the UK!! Click on the link below to see this recent data

https://inews.co.uk/explainers/charts/much-uk-pays-eu-much-get-back/
torquay
Posts: 2,103
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.2575
Deadcatb
7 May '17
The last time that I was in Belfast in March, I got the impression that all was not well so far as the Union is concerned, their were mutterings about austerity and how that would affect their largely parasitic community.

The feeling that the best has now passed so far as they are concerned - TM gets a landslide victory, their leverage (votes) would make not the slightest difference when the sheckles are being handed out or the formulation of policy.

Strong links exist with Scotland and have been forged with the Republic over the last ten years which they very much want left alone. My guess is that they will be - but that Northern Ireland is going to be asked to shoulder more of its own burden which will actually benefit them over the long run. They are an ingenious and enterprising people who only lack encouragement to achieve an improvement in their situation.

The North does however contain quite a number of "under achievers" who will still expect to be looked after as they always have been or they could become an even bigger problem. If closer ties are to be forged with the Republic this handicap will have to be borne in mind and policy developed to ween them off their dependancy.

Who would you see over here as being supportive to their situation ?? and Unionist Party indeed...

Good luck all.
Borninusa123456
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im prepared for french election
6 May '17
50/50 in my opinion , i dont believe polls . Fingers crossed macron.
deadcatsbounce
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Torquay
6 May '17
'twas a tongue in cheek comment... As you know their full name is 'The Conservative and Unionist Party' so I'm afraid that just about makes my stomach churn.
Notwithstanding, now that T May is on her way to a landslide general election victory, anyone who does not conform to the WASP definition might as well pack their bags as it seems that racism in the UK has become mainstream and acceptable.
aclaw
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blackrock
6 May '17
.. was bad news for boi stick when they bought into boi.. they have been shorting this stock from the moment they bought in.. like a pin ball machine .. they have tilted this stock without mercy..
aclaw
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RE: blackrock
6 May '17
.. question. who is buying the boi that blackrock is selling..? curiosity
wasbenlittle
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Gobshi7e
5 May '17
That's what me mam would have said sober so good night punters




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