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BKIR Bank Ireland

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02 Oct 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bank Ireland LSE:BKIR London Ordinary Share IE0030606259 ORD STK EUR0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.245 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.2425 0.245
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Commercial Banks, Nec 3,255.00 879.00 - 9.33 7,929.00
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.245 EUR

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Date Time Title Posts
28/1/201811:01Bank of Ireland - Profits of Euro 3 million per day14,805
01/8/201413:48Zak Mir BULLISH on Bank of Ireland (BKIR.L).-
25/10/201309:08Bank of Ireland - 18 days down - Now for the turnaround4

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Posted at 10/7/2017 07:08 by catsick
Is this the end of bkir now , do we become boig from now on ?
Posted at 23/6/2017 14:50 by kemorkid
Can't understand this share at all
Posted at 14/6/2017 10:25 by hunter321
AIB has less exposure to UK and bigger share of Irish market. With BREXIT and house building expected to take off in Ireland, AIB may be in better position
Posted at 13/6/2017 18:14 by kemorkid
Why bluebell??
If they consolidate Bkir will have valuation of 690
Posted at 05/5/2017 17:34 by enturner
Nice finish to the week for a share that traditionally takes a knock on a Friday. I'm liking the higher 'lows'. Hopefully we'll sawtooth back up to the 31c region.
Posted at 05/5/2017 15:13 by turbocharge
Bullish signal generated when price crossed above the moving average on 4 May, so price is likely to move in an established uptrend.

Not sure about all this, but this is what my chart says...
Posted at 04/3/2017 14:10 by donpatrol
Write backs are the opposite of write downs or write off. Basically during the downturn the value of the assets the Banks had loaned against were written down on the books because, well hay they were way over valued. Now that property prices have increased significantly, and in the case of Ireland which hasn't been building new houses with nearly 9 years now there is a housing shortage thus the value of the properties are on the up. Hence why AIB have been doing write backs.
BoI haven't done any write backs yet, so to say they have this as an Ace up their sleeve is a massive understatement. Its more like a royal flush up their sleeve!!

As for the share price at where it is, is mainly due to 4 factors

1: Brexit - caused uncertainty but still way over done.
2: Fairfax Financial (Canadian billionaire Prem Watsa) selling down their stake from 3% - they bought in when the bank was on its knees so now they are moving on to other distressed things.
3: Lack of dividends, large pension funds like the divis so until they start paying them again regularly then they are slow to come on board.
4: All banks across the regional banking sector are given a low value, this sector has the best return/value there. Compare the valuations to the likes of the Pharma sector then the banking sector wins hands down
Posted at 02/3/2017 19:46 by hayfield
I attended an auction of repossessed houses and other properties today. Had my eye on one house that BOI was selling. The amount owed was 140k, they got to sell the house for over 200k. Plenty of buyers at the auction, older clients, the gray haired "Silver dollar" type buying up everything. I`m afraid that house prices are going to push a lot higher here now. As for commercial properties, they have really upped in value since Brexit was announced.
Bad loan book my ass, this bank is reaping in the money from this so called bad loan book. I failed to secure the property, but I will now sink the funds into BOI stock instead. Bank currently valued at around 8 billion, which is a complete laugh when you consider they make over 1 billion profit a year. Plus they have gotten away with no divi again this year to build up even more reserves!
With Richie Boucher at the helm with his aggressive and ruthless streak will take no prisoners. My Target price here is 70c
Posted at 23/2/2017 09:27 by liarspoker
Strong resukts from LLoyds yesterday. Looking forward to BOI results tomorrow with interest (pun intended). BV = 27c vs share price 23.2c.
Posted at 09/1/2017 15:09 by hunter321
Not sure that will effect the share price frontdoor.

FYI, I have changed sterling in BOI many times without a bank account
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