....AIB paid the € 280mm dividend with additional issued, a large amount of shares which added to the 23b block in July ; would noonan allow a reverse stock for the entire 523b block of shares of 1:10 or 1:20 of the original dividend paid in July and dilute this dividend to € 28mm or € 14mm ? Would the govt dilute itself ?
It's hard to believe that BoI bonds are still rated as junk by Moodys. I'm not saying the IG 'A' but compared to say RBS the BoI deserves a better than this. Lots of banks that did far worse in the stress tests that have better ratings. the Luck Of The Irish…hmmm i don't agree.
...seems like most of the small investors in the .002 have fled AIB , volume is almost neglible now; the govt owns most of this stock now; they have probably been in the market buying it all along & wanted a final chance to shake this tree & get rid of small investors..
How about the tshirt below with our Richie's face supper imposed. Any one of you slogans on the back would finish it off nicely. Or as an alternative on the back you could have the team members name ( eg. Doughnuts) across the sholders with a giant 50c as the number.
It would be nice to have the event clash with the pending big day for you and hotdog but I have a feeling bkir's share price will mature alot slower than you guys.
I'm inclined to agree. The moodys upgrade has hardly been reported on. If it wasn't posted here it would have gone unnoticed apart from a couple of brokers had it in their reports this morning. When they were been downgrade every notch made front page news. We are now just one grade from the hugely important investment grade with a very positive report card from moodys and I can't see it on any mainstreem news site. I think the PR department needs to start earning this nice pay rise they about to get.
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