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Share Price: 0.315Bid: 0.314Ask: 0.315Change: 0.001 (+0.32%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.32%Open: 0.314High: 0.321Low: 0.309Yesterday’s Close: 0.314


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Doughnuts
Posts: 739
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Price:0.28
buying opportunity for
15 Oct '14
Short-termers: periphery banking stocks taking a beating in fallout from indiscretions about Greek banks outcomes of asset quality reviews.

BOI is not a Greek bank, but it still gets hit with the Greek bow wave. Good time to buy.

Long-termers: no action required. Just keep reading the fat novels and the Economist.

GLA
 
johnmcclean
Posts: 519
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.28
sme debt and the central bank.
15 Oct '14
The Central Bank stated that the policy implications of its analysis is "stark". "Pre-crisis property-related borrowings have an economically and statistically large impact on the likelihood that firms will default on their 'core' enterprise debts," it stated.

It also said that the unlinking of non-core property related debt from the debts of otherwise potentially viable SMEs represents an area of "crucial policy importance".

Anyone want to guess what that last line means? Bad bank for sme debt? Nama? Some kind of ecb solution?
irish_bob
Posts: 344
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.28
price action
15 Oct '14
Was thinking we got a decent rise around budget day only to drop back
aclaw
Posts: 425
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Price:0.28
Mkt today
15 Oct '14
..Nikkei recovered today and posted a modest gain; ftse & Dax charts look like a cup formation ~ recovery also, bkir follows the same path..good trading to all..!
allmoyne
Posts: 330
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RE: allmoyne oil.
15 Oct '14
Oil is a necessity ,sustained low oil prices is cash in consumers pockets .Airlines hedge oil, civilians buy out of necessity.Even when airlines hedge oil they don't restrict consumption.

Oil consumption will rise on cheap oil, like it decreases on expansive prices.
johnmcclean
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allmoyne oil.
15 Oct '14
"I understand what you are saying about demand , but everyone loves a bargain, so demand slump will be short lived."

Take the everyone loves a bargin bit. I need to fill my oil tank here for the winter heating. On the news I hear that oil for november delivery is way cheaper than todays price. If I wait 3 weeks more I will have my bargin. But in 3 weeks I hear that oil for December delivery if even cheaper. If its not essential to buy yet I'll wait and have an even better bargain for Christmas. If other smart people like your self are thinking the same way then putting off that purchase becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.

Oil might not be the best example because cheaper oil is actually good deflation. On its own it would be a good thing and infact ireland will be a beneficiary of the cheaper oil because people here have the confidence to spend what they are saving and so boosting further the economy here.

In other countries of Europe that's not so true. Oil is cheaper so the expectation of cheaper transport and product production doesn't cause them to up spend the savings on other goods. It actually encourages them to save in the expectation of getting a better deal next month. Everyone loves a bargin becomes a danger to Europe's economy.

If a government could stimulate their economy in such a way that they put a floor on prices or push prices up even slightly that would change things immediately. At that stage the public attitudes changes and the fear of missing out on a bargain is much more of a driver than actually getting one. Europe is stuck in a rut and if they are not careful they are very likely to drag the US and UK and even ireland down with them.
allmoyne
Posts: 330
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.29
john oil
15 Oct '14
Cheap oil will have a growth effect on europe, in my opinion.if investors see it the same way ,there will be a swift rise in european equities soon, as investors turn to exit mid east/asia for new growth.

I understand what you are saying about demand , but everyone loves a bargain, so demand slump will be short lived.

I believe this oil price war has been coming for awhile , an USA has been ferociously stock piling oil for this reason.

Europes low rate policies have given it the perfect shock absorbers for an oil bonanza.
aclaw
Posts: 425
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Price:0.29
..a merger?
15 Oct '14
aclaw
Posts: 425
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Price:0.29
$80 dollar gas?
15 Oct '14
..was reading Charles Schwab weekly stock report and found the mention of $80 dollar /B gas from Saudi Arabia..
generosity does not come suddenly.. politics are always behind these moves.. the recent conflicts from the middle east are enough to raise the white flag and plead for mercy..theron the $80 dollar/b gas..
aclaw
Posts: 425
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Price:0.29
Ross $2b next investment..
15 Oct '14
...I have always said Ross was a front man.. here is the evidence..

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-14/wilbur-ross-said-to-seek-up-to-2-billion-for-next-fund.html

Ross is looking for $2b for his next investment... Cyprus is a cruel investment joke, maybe back to Ireland again?

AIB??



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