Shares of Bank of Ireland (IRE -12.9%) and Allied Irish Bank (AIB -11.9%) continue to seesaw...


Shares of Bank of Ireland (IRE -12.9%) and Allied Irish Bank (AIB -11.9%) continue to seesaw dramatically as worries about European sovereign debt re-emerge again with a vengeance, and give back some of Friday's post-stress test gain.
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  • inthemoney
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    You call a 40% drop a seesaw? A bit of understatement I would say.
    18 Jul 2011, 10:44 AM Reply Like
  • stocknerd
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    The bank of Ireland will survive, one way or another. Ireland doesn't have many banks left, can you say 2? The Irish government has to support the only man standing.
    20 Jul 2011, 06:21 PM Reply Like
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