Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bank Of Ireland LSE:BKIR London Ordinary Share IE0030606259 ORD STK EUR0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.01 € +5.56% 0.19 € 0.19 € 0.1925 € 0.1925 € 0.1775 € 0.18 € 69,362,004 16:16:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 0.0 1,232.0 2.3 8.3 6,149.02

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Bank Of Ireland Daily Update: Bank Of Ireland is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BKIR. The last closing price for Bank Of Ireland was 0.18 €.
Bank Of Ireland has a 4 week average price of 0.18 € and a 12 week average price of 0.19 €.
The 1 year high share price is 0.37 € while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.16 €.
There are currently 32,363,275,073 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 38,902,732 shares. The market capitalisation of Bank Of Ireland is £6,149,022,263.87.
donpatrol: This should be trading closer to 40p not 20p. The share price is way out at the moment.
hunter321: Excellent set of results. This is a good play on the Irish economy which is the fastest growing in Europe by a long way. However, it also get a large potion of its profits in UK, so Brexit issue will affect the share price, along with low ECB rates.
mb2: Last tranche of preference share overhang now purchased by the bank and dividends are now much closer. The share price should increase as the market turmoil settles. (See RTE news app business section)
pjd2000: Good results, 40mm shares traded and the share price barely moves, unbelievable....
red army: The PR machine is starting to kick in and will help lift this share price
pugdog: Why should an increase in charges, decrease the share price. Other Irish banks will increase their charges too ! BOI is a good share to hold
moneybags: I wouldn't be surprised if B.O.I. shares ,again, did what they did in 2010 with their large surge in share price. It's getting to the time/point where they might do it again. After 53 years of owning shares, I have seen lesser things happen quite easily. It wouldn't surprise me. People have short memories,Let the good times roll, It will be sooner than you think, knowing the world stockmarkets......! Grafton st is already full of women ladden down with shopping bags, wishing they had another arm to carry more bags.It's only a matter of time. Aye,Moneybags
cricklewood: Is now the right time to buy back into the Irish banks Callaghan has a price target of 31 cent on the stock, and there is a general sense of optimism around it. Of the 16 analysts that cover the company's stock and are polled by Bloomberg, 50 per cent have it rated a buy; 16 per cent say it's a hold; and 33 per cent rate it a sell. "But there are still challenges ahead – its loan book is contracting and its margins are stabilising," says Callaghan. In addition, there is also the risk of a "small capital raise" following upcoming stress tests. If the bank does come through the ECB's Comprehensive Assessment with a clean sheet, the Irish economy continues to improve and the bank's loan book starts to grow again, it's possible the bank's share price will rise even further. This is not to say however, that BoI is heading back to its glory days. "I think it's a reasonable prospect for exposure to the economy, but it's money you have to be prepared to lose. It still has a speculative edge to it," says Digby. As Callaghan notes, when BoI was at its peak it had a market cap of about €15-16 billion – so even if the bank's market cap was to double today to that same level, a doubling of its share price would only see it rise to about 50 cent. If you're either waiting for BoI to recover its old share price, or you're investing for the long-term in the expectation that it will return to this level again, it might be time to reconsider. "It's not the same as BoI of old. You need to change your mindset," urges Digby. With respect to dividends, once the bank, in line with its plans, redeems some €1.3 billion in preference shares outstanding – which is scheduled to happen before July 2016 – it could start to conserve capital to start paying a dividend in 2017, provided that no other significant issues arise. Look overseas for bank stocks Finally, if you want to benefit from the relative recovery in bank stocks, or be invested for the gains if and when they should come, there's a world of opportunity outside of Ireland. Exchange-traded funds tracking an index of financial stocks offer an element of diversification and may be a safer bet than opting for an individual stock. For example, the Ishares US Financials ETF is up by 89 per cent over the last five years, while the SPDR Financial Select Sector is up by 84 per cent over the same time frame. ‹
deb81e: Billionaire Ross Triples Money in Bank of Ireland Share Sale Wilbur Ross, the U.S. billionaire investor in struggling industries, sold part of his stake in Bank of Ireland Plc, more than tripling his money with his bet on the lender. The bank's shares tumbled. Deutsche Bank AG and Davy, Ireland's largest securities firm, placed about 2 billion Bank of Ireland shares today on behalf of Ross and Fairfax Financial Holdings (FFH) Ltd. The shares, equating to a 6.4 percent stake in the largest Irish lender, were sold at 32.8 euro cents each, Deutsche Bank said in a statement. The investors paid 10 cents for the shares in 2011. "We had not been shopping the block and have no present plans to sell any more of our holding," Ross, 76, said in an e-mailed response to questions, adding that he decided to sell some shares following an approach from Deutsche Bank. "We remain totally confident in management." Ross's WL Ross & Co., Fairfax and three other investors paid 1.1 billion euros ($1.5 billion) for a 34.9 percent stake in Bank of Ireland. (BKIR) The accord helped the Dublin-based bank avoid state control as its bad loans soared in the wake of a real-estate collapse. The lender said yesterday it is trading profitably for the first time since 2008, as soured loans started to decline. "Given the appreciation in the bank's share price and its current premium valuation, we are not surprised to see some of the original North American anchor investors move to take some cash off the table," said Ciaran Callaghan, an analyst at Dublin-based Merrion Capital. "In some sense, they have done their job and made their return." Shares Drop Bank of Ireland fell as much as 12 percent, the biggest decline since May 16 2012, and traded at 32.4 cents as of 4:30 p.m. in Dublin. The shares have advanced about 138 percent in the past year, giving the lender a market value of 10.5 billion euros. The sale represents more than a third of Ross and Fairfax's stakes in the bank. The disposal today raised about 681 million euros, more than the two investors paid for their entire stake. The 2011 group, which also included Fidelity Investments, Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc. and the Capital Group, helped the lender avoid nationalization, as a raft of its rivals fell under government ownership. Ross sought out troubled banks as the financial crisis hit in 2008. His firm was one of four private-equity groups that paid $900 million for the failed BankUnited Inc., purchasing it from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. in May 2009. While WL Ross and Fairfax each acquired 9.3 percent of Bank of Ireland, their stake fell when the lender sold 580 million euros of shares in December to partly refinance the state's 4.8 billion-euro bailout of the lender since 2009. Too Big The position was "too big and too concentrated for us now," said Paul Rivett, president of Fairfax, in an e-mail. The firm plans to hold its remaining shares for the "long term," he said. Chief Executive Officer Richie Boucher, in the job five years, has shrunk the bank's balance sheet, returned 6 billion euros to taxpayers and cut about 2,000 jobs since the five investors took a stake in the bank. Signs are emerging that the Irish economy is on the mend. Home loan arrears of more than 90 days fell in the fourth quarter for the first time since the central bank started the series in 2009, it said today. Consumer confidence rose to an almost seven-year high last month, according to KBC Bank Ireland Plc and the Economic & Social Research Institute. Finance Minister Michael Noonan has also signaled he plans to sell taxpayers' remaining 14 percent stake in the bank in time. He said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in January that he is "under no pressure" to do so. Pat Farrell, a spokesman for the bank, declined to comment on any sale of shares. "While possible supply may temper share price performance, we are still fans of the Bank of Ireland story over the medium term and would regard any technical weakness as an opportunity," said Eamonn Hughes, an analyst at Dublin-based Goodbody Stockbrokers, who rates the stock a buy.
jarbie: Greece is going to exit € within the next 3 month what impact will that have on the BKIR share price ?
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