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Share Price: 0.385Bid: 0.3825Ask: 0.385Change: 0.0025 (+0.65%)Riser - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.0025Spread as %: 0.65%Open: 0.38High: 0.3875Low: 0.38Yesterday’s Close: 0.3825



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PGee
Posts: 63
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RE: why BKIR the loner?
16 Jul '15
IMHO, someone big wants to buy a good bank on the cheap!
 
JDBB
Posts: 8
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why BKIR the loner?
16 Jul '15
Bought into BKIR some weeks back and can't understand why it is the laggard in share price growth compared to the other European banks? Am I msising something..should I sell and get out?
aps991323
Posts: 28
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Opinion:Buy
Price:0.37
hopefully
16 Jul '15
Hi all, well I took the plunge this morning and topped up on a few shares. I suspect that the Greek story will have a few twists yet and the share price will go down before it goes up, but what's new there! GLA
PGee
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RE: X
16 Jul '15
And I wonder why that might be! We are being mugged! Yesterday was a perfect example!
ZEKOSLAV
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X
16 Jul '15
All European banks already on their year maximum only BKIR is behind

https://www.google.com/finance?cid=9170656
ADRS
Posts: 299
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.37
Grexestbene
16 Jul '15
Glad that's all over, Greece, one of the worlds oldest civilizations swallowing the modern economics pill. Despite international media having some kind of perverted regret at Greece being 'bullied' into discriminatory submission, I propose they were given more than they deserved. Now, BOI, let's look at '.50'.
bmc123
Posts: 862
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.37
Inflation/allmoyne
15 Jul '15
Agreed - inflation is a handy way out of debt. The only problem is - I don't see any coming down the pike any time soon.

According to the OECD, the annual rate of inflation in its 36 members is a meager 0.56 percent. In the European Union, overall inflation is running at half the OECD rate at just 0.28 percent.

In many European countries, like Greece, Italy, Poland, Ireland and even Finland — there's no inflation at all — and instead, there's outright deflation, with Greece leading the pack, with prices now falling at a -2.14 percent annual rate.

To have consistent across the board inflation, we also need have wage inflation. Historically, some of the highest inflation rates are caused largely by wage inflation. Yet today, there is none. According to the International Labor Organization, based on latest data, wage inflation (globally but excluding China) is running at a mere 1.1 percent.

There's no commodity inflation. Despite all the money printing, commodity prices have been sliding for years now.

The supposed leading indicator for inflation is gold, yet it is in a bear market right now.

What's going on?

There's simply too much debt in the world. Global government debt reaches as high as $500 trillion, while global GDP is merely $75 trillion. That's a debt-to-GDP ratio of more than 600 percent.

That's going to keep a wrap on things for quite a while, IMHO. Just my 2 cents.
2CV_Driver
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SP
15 Jul '15
We're up in the lap of the gods again with the IMF statement!
PGee
Posts: 63
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Price:0.37
SP
15 Jul '15
Somebody is working hard on bringing the price down today, hint of desperation even!
TillyTish
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Price:0.38
BKIR
15 Jul '15
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