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Share Price: 0.31Bid: 0.31Ask: 0.311Change: -0.004 (-1.27%)Faller - Bank Ireland
Spread: 0.001Spread as %: 0.32%Open: 0.314High: 0.321Low: 0.309Yesterday’s Close: 0.314


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aclaw
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tsb - stress test
Mon 17:55
 
Hotdog1
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Dark lurkers
Mon 17:45
Yeah D/N I actually thought of throwing another few K into the fire when they were at .27c but then I said I'm so exposed to this drama queen of a share re its fluctuations I left well enough alone. Big day is stress test, Business post were fawning over AIB saying its flush with cash and will walk it but not so with BOI. We'll see. There's so many twists and turns with AIB , I believe BOI to be the more stable ship in the long run (deo gratis!!)
Doughnuts
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dear lurkers...
Mon 13:56
I hope somebody heeded mu suggestion last Wednesday to buy when it was at </= 0.27 and I forecasted a 10% rise after the 26th.
Delighted for all to see we are already at 10%+ since then.
Doughnuts
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RE: RE: Stress Test Results
Mon 09:29
Well apart from the fact that they are hardly vestal virgins, the whole business of partial dicolsure to banks by the ECB itself 2 weeks before official publishing leaves space for, let's say "human weakness" in the chain of confidentiality inside any organisation,
Especially one exposed to so many different interlocutors with interconnected and reciprocal vested interests and especially in the incestuous web between banks, institutional investors (often financial institutions and "non-bank" banks like Blackrock), sector analysts like Fitch/S&P etc. and the need for regulators neither to expose excessive weakness nor non-credible strength in an imperfect European banking system.
By definition it has to be "corrupt", or rather it has to be imperfect in order to be sustainable.
Batfink666
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RE: Stress Test Results
Mon 09:20
Doughnuts are you implying that the financial institutions are in some way corrupt haha.
Doughnuts
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RE: Stress Test Results
Mon 08:52
Not so sure.
Wouldn't be surprised to see more turbulence before results are published with lots of players still trying to figure out the best final positions before results release, largely based on semi-insider indiscretions.
ArdR
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Stress Test Results
Mon 08:24
This Thursday.. Should see a wee rally over next few days imho. Think markets will settle somewhat this week also which should help the sp.
chasrutledge
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Results
Mon 08:23
The results should be out around lunchtime on the 26th.
aclaw
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Nikkei ^
Mon 04:34
.. up almost 500 points + 3.34% - holy cow..
Dax & Ftse should open ok this Monday..when are the stress test results in ?
torquay
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fermoy2
Sun 00:17
If my current plans work by this spring I will be ahead of you - don't forget that your benefits re NHS will travel with you, which considering that it costs 90 euro's to visit the doctor is very useful but may not be something that you can wholly rely on.

May decide to live along the border - so I can cross it if I need too, because we are spending far too much on air fares and ferry's over the last while.

I seem to remember a nice little course at Glenshask



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