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The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland (IRE)

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  • Apr. 11, 2012, 9:10 AM
    Premarket gainers: TZOO +30%. TITN +16%. THLD +7%. MITK +6%. BBVA +6%. BCS +6%. AA +5%. ING +5%. IRE +5%. DB +5%. RENN +5%. PCX +5%. HOV +5%. FRO +4%. STD +4%. DRYS +4%. ALU +4%. MT +4%. AVP +4%. GNW +4%. ARNA +4%. ACI +3%. MTL +3%. ZNGA +3%. SSL +3%. DLLR +3%. WLT +3%. RIO +3%. TEF +3%. X +3%. ANR +3%.
    Losers: NOK -16%.
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  • Apr. 2, 2012, 9:08 AM
    Premarket gainers: TWER +20%. AVP +19%. RNDY +8%. MCP +4%. ESRX +4%. VVUS +3%.
    Losers: KERX -60%. AVII -32%. GRPN -10%. NBG -8%. GFA -6%. SINA -5%. IRE -4%. GOLD -4%. THLD -3%. MT -2%. BBVA -3%.
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  • Mar. 28, 2012, 9:44 AM
    Citigroup says sell Bank of Ireland (IRE), but Emerging Money's Jonathan Yates thinks that means it's time to buy. Some of IRE's attractive ratios: price-to-book, 0.50; price-to-sales, 0.88; debt-to-equity, 0.14. "If the Bank of Ireland made it through The Great Recession, it is here to stay, and long-term investors will profit when when the economy recovers and the stock rises again."
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  • Mar. 20, 2012, 9:05 AM
    Premarket gainers: FMCN +8%. ZLCS +7%. WMB +4%. KORS +4%. TIF +4%.
    Losers: TRGT -16%. JASO -9%. FRO -6%. RGP -5%. ADBE -4%. GEN -4%. ALV -4%. RIO -4%. IRE -3%. MT -3%. BHP -3%. CLF -3%. AKS -3%. SDRL -3%. S -3%. ING -3%.
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  • Mar. 19, 2012, 9:05 AM
    Premarket gainers: ABVT +14%. DYN +10%. THLD +6%. NBG +6%. PWRD +4%.
    Losers: S -5%. IRE -4%. FRO -3%. AIXG -3%. ACI -3%.
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  • Feb. 29, 2012, 9:14 AM
    Premarket gainers: CERS +10%. NKTR +10%. VVUS +6%. CHTP +5%. MDW +5%. IRE +3%. NBG +3%.
    Losers: CEDC -28%. SODA -12%. GNTX -10%. CPST -8%. FSLR -7%. KOG -6%. TAL -5%. EXLP -5%. PANL -5%. KYN -5%. MHR -4%.
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  • Feb. 21, 2012, 9:07 AM
    Premarket gainers: CORT +61%. THLD +59%. PBH +24%. CTIC +11%. CHG +10%. STM +8%. SWC +8%. JASO +7%. WYNN +6%. IVAN +6%. SSN +5%. YGE +5%. HL +4%. IRE +4%. TSL +4%. FRO +3%. M +3%. HD +3%. DANG +3%. CS +3%. STP +3%. NG +3%.
    Losers: GTXI -39%. CHTP -13%. WFT -11%. CTRP -9%. CIE -5%. NBG -5%. RIG -5%. CIEN -4%. WMT -3%.
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  • Feb. 10, 2012, 9:45 AM
    Irish banks' borrowings from the ECB totaled just €138B at January's end, off from December's €151B, and the lowest level in nearly 18 months. Analysts believe the decline is due to the lower needs of Dublin-based foreign banks, rather than any improvement in the position of the country's domestic lenders.
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  • Feb. 2, 2012, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: GMCR +21%. CEDC +21%. MTSN +15%. OMEX +10%. GPS +8%. CNQR +6%. EA +6%. CDNS +6%. QCOM +5%. ELGX +5%. GFA +5%. AUO +4%. KSS +4%. ZNGA +4%. IRE +4%. CMI +3%. K +3%. CPST +3%. JDSU +3%. MA +3%. RENN +3%.
    Losers: SD -13%. ANF -12%. ANN -10%. NG -9%. BSX -6%. CI -6%. RCL -6%. UN -5%. MPW +4%. VIA -4%. UL -4%. CHKM -4%. SNE -4%. PCX -4%. PHM -3%. DOW -3%. ANZ -3%. CUK -3%. CCL -3%. NBG -3%.
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  • Jan. 31, 2012, 6:54 AM
    Irish banks swapped billions in government debt due in 2014 to paper maturing in 2015 earlier this month, according to Davy. The move will relieve funding pressure for the government when its aid package runs out next year. The government has a sizable (if not near complete) ownership of the major Irish banks, so the whole exercise is a circular one.
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  • Dec. 19, 2011, 8:49 AM
    Bank of Ireland (IRE) agrees to sell U.K.-based lender Burdale to Wells Fargo (WFC) for around €690M ($899M), bringing BOI closer to its target of selling €10B in assets under an EU-IMF bailout. The latest deal takes BOI to €8.6B. (PR)
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  • Dec. 13, 2011, 9:05 AM
    Premarket gainers: SYNO +51%. YMI +23%. URBN +12%. AMR +12%. MBI +9%. MS 9+5 ARNA +5%. AINV +4%. DMND +3%. CLWR +3%. AEZS +3%. DRYS +3%.
    Losers: IVN -15%. BBY -8%. PSE -5%. IRE -3%.
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  • Dec. 5, 2011, 9:10 AM
    Premarket gainers: SFSF +51%. AFFY +27%. TLEO +16%. FRO +15%. AGO +13%. LYG +13%. ING +7%. STD +5%. IL +5%. RDN +4%. RIG +4%. IRE +4%. CMVT +4%. MT +4%. CPST +3%. BAC +4%. BCS +4%. JEF +4%. CS +4%. CLF +4%. MS +3%. RTK +3%. RF +3%. AKS +3%. C +3%. SD +3%. X +3%. CRM +3%. S +3%. AMR +3%. VE +3%. JPM +3%. PHG +3%. MGM +3%. SINA +3%.
    Losers: REGN -8%. FSIN -6%.
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  • Dec. 2, 2011, 8:43 AM
    Dublin reverses itself, withdrawing a plan to impose losses of up to 100% on €350M of debt held by junior bondholders of Bank of Ireland (IRE). The change comes after heavy lobbying by the debtholders, including hedge funds such as Appaloosa Management. The Kenny government epitomizes the opposite of TR's "speak softly and carry a big stick."
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  • Dec. 1, 2011, 9:00 AM
    Premarket gainers: LAVA +25%. TSPT +17%. AMR +12%. AGO +11%. YHOO +4%. LCC +5%. GMCR +3%. CLWR +3%. ALU +3%. SPIL +3%. OPK +3%.
    Losers: STNG -19%. LULU -13%. KSS -7%. IRE -5%. JASO -5%. BCS -3%.
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  • Nov. 30, 2011, 9:56 AM
    Deposits flow out of the Irish banking system to the tune of €3B in October, bringing total deposits down to €350B. The annualized outflow pace of 11% belies a sharp divergence between households and institutions - the decline in household deposits is just 4.5% vs. a 25% institutional drop.
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Company Description
Bank of Ireland (Governor & Co of) provides financial services in Ireland to all sectors of the Irish economy. These include checking and deposit services, overdrafts, term loans, mortgages, business and corporate lending, among others.
Sector: Financial
Country: Ireland