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Market analyst Rajan Dhall talks about the financial market


Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BKIR)



Share Price: 0.23Bid: 0.2275Ask: 0.23Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 1.10%Open: 0.2375High: 0.2425Low: 0.225Yesterday’s Close: 0.23


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johnmcclean
Posts: 1,459
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
From RTE
13 Jun '17
"With a price range between €3.90-4.90, the deal is targeting a similar valuation to that of Bank of Ireland. "

So, the guys keeping bkir down for the last months will get their way in the end. Unfortunately we are but pawns in the game.
 
Congemi
Posts: 53
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: Allied Irish Bank
13 Jun '17
AIB market cap €12 billion.
BOI market cap €7.5 billion.

Doesn't add up to me.
What's your reasoning?
PANG
Posts: 222
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
Allied Irish Bank
13 Jun '17
Morning, what are peoples opinions on AIB. At mid range (4.30 euro) it seems OK
Borninusa123456
Posts: 513
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
will have to wait
13 Jun '17
It has been perfect storm , the british just cant decide what they want a whole year later, baffling..now their trying to delay brexit again to milk off single market for longer,WHAT FREEBIES
Congemi
Posts: 53
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: WOW
13 Jun '17
Every bank rallying with the exception of BOI.
torquay
Posts: 2,128
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.23
Tail Wags the dog
12 Jun '17
Our Arlene is suddenly restored and perhaps more vigorous than ever - inspired by this wonderful moment in history - what a pity she places such faith in the Conservatives. On the news this evening you could almost feel the excitement in her voice as she spelt out the direction of travel for Northern Ireland and with it her chance for a place in history.

We had another politician here who placed his trust in the conservatives - it did not end well - in jumping so hastily into this brew with no regard to the future beyond the money transfers, she has not thought how her actions will play out with the electorate when the next election is called here - perhaps as soon as November.

The demands which will be made on the treasury tomorrow, when Arlene flies over with her shopping bag will ensure that Northern Ireland will acquire the status of being a luxury that this country will find it hard to continue to "support".

DUP's use of the term "support" reminds me of how much it used to cost me for the bank to "support" me as they described it - £40K a year under Margaret when they were squeezing the economy..

Good luck all..
torquay
Posts: 2,128
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.23
Tail Wags the dog
12 Jun '17
Our Arlene is suddenly restored and perhaps more vigorous than ever - inspired by this wonderful moment in history - what a pity she places such faith in the Conservatives. On the news this evening you could almost feel the excitement in her voice as she spelt out the direction of travel for Northern Ireland and with it her chance for a place in history.

We had another politician here who placed his trust in the conservatives - it did not end well - in jumping so hastily into this brew with no regard to the future beyond the money transfers, she has not thought how her actions will play out with the electorate when the next election is called here - perhaps as soon as November.

The demands which will be made on the treasury tomorrow, when Arlene flies over with her shopping bag will ensure that Northern Ireland will acquire the status of being a luxury that this country will find it hard to continue to "support".

DUP's use of the term "support" reminds of how much it used to cost me for the bank to "support" me as they described it - £40K a year under Margaret when they were squeezing the economy..

Good luck all..
Congemi
Posts: 53
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: WOW
12 Jun '17
Lower end still values 30% lower than AIB a bank still 75% owned by the state.
ashton
Posts: 120
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE: WOW
12 Jun '17
So based on that spread I wonder where we will open tomorrow? Hopefully not lower.
Congemi
Posts: 53
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
WOW
12 Jun '17
AIB valuation




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