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Permanent Tsb Group Holdings Plc LSE:IL0A London Ordinary Share IE00BWB8X525 ORD EUR0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.473 0.466 0.48 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks - - - - 131

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2020
11:23
Eamon buys 50000 shares good omen for long term share holders
09636546
17/7/2020
21:25
at there bottom here time to jump in
09636546
29/6/2020
15:33
yes share are on sale here way undervalued
09636546
27/6/2020
14:02
This should rise on Monday morning on the back of a new Prime Minister.
shareho1der
06/6/2020
10:42
way under priced here now that we are opening up
09636546
11/2/2020
12:14
It sows how little interest there is in an Irish banking licence. Scary to see thi hit an all time low today
hybrasil
12/10/2016
08:25
It should not be too long before we hear from the Court of Justice of the European Union. I am guessing next month.
shareho1der
02/8/2016
13:49
The opinion of the advocate general of the CJEU was out on 22 June. AG Wahl raised some matter of interest regarding our case. In his opinion, Mr Wahl said it is legal for the Irish Government to intervene in recapitalising PTSB in 2011 without the permission of the shareholders. BUT the manner the Irish Finance Minister, Mr Noonan went about it that will be thoroughly investigated. The opinion of the advocate generals are often accepted and reflected in CJEU final rulings. This may sound confusing: By Law, The Irish Government does NOT need shareholders permission to intervene in a company that threatened its economy BUT its action in intervention must not breach shareholders rights like pre-emptions, nominal values, capital increases etc. The question many are asking is how/why can the government then breach shareholders rights if they are allowed to act without shareholders permission. That is for CJEU to decide and that is why they are paid fortune to entangled legal puzzles. It is like a Police having the power to force entry into your house on suspicion of crime. But you are entitled to compensation if you can prove that the Police caused damages or loss of your items or properties. If you bought shares in IPM before 27 July 2011, you could be entitled to generous compensation depending on the number of shares you bought.
shareho1der
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