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 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.2425 0.245 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 1,032.00 2.20 11.1 7,929
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.00 EUR

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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
liarspoker: Strong resukts from LLoyds yesterday. Looking forward to BOI results tomorrow with interest (pun intended). BV = 27c vs share price 23.2c.
hunter321: Not sure that will effect the share price frontdoor. FYI, I have changed sterling in BOI many times without a bank account
bluebell1: Yes house building to accelerate rapidly over the next few years. No more write downs of the loan book, if anything the loan book is grossly undervalued. I can see BOIs profits heading to the 2 billion/year mark. Current Mcap of 6.4 billion, profits of just under 1 billion last year. Its not Rocket science lads to see where the share price is going on this one.
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....
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. ‹
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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