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Bank Of Ireland Group plc (BIRG.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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4.1490-0.0870 (-2.05%)
At close: 4:45PM BST
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Previous close4.2360
Open4.2060
Bid4.1790 x 0
Ask4.1840 x 0
Day's range4.1360 - 4.2200
52-week range1.2820 - 4.3680
Volume117,300
Avg. volume690,768
Market cap4.402B
Beta (5Y monthly)2.04
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.5270
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date07 May 2020
1y target est8.70
  • Bank of Ireland limits 2020 loss with strong second half, shares rise
    Reuters

    Bank of Ireland limits 2020 loss with strong second half, shares rise

    Bank of Ireland limited its underlying 2020 loss to 374 million euros ($452 million) after a return to profitability in the second half, the bank said on Monday, sending its shares more than 5% higher. Ireland's largest bank by assets also announced the closure of one-third of its branches in Ireland, 10 days after NatWest said it would wind down its Irish arm Ulster Bank. An underlying 295 million euros second half profit limited the damage as lending and business income improved, trends Chief Financial Officer Myles O'Grady said continued into 2021, even though Ireland was in a long lockdown again.

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  • Reuters

    Bank of Ireland's 'green shoots' lift shares despite loss

    Bank of Ireland's shares rose by 10% on Wednesday as some signs of recovery from the coronavirus crisis outweighed a first-half pre-tax loss of 669 million euros ($790 million). Ireland's largest bank by assets put aside 937 million euros mainly to cover likely losses from 105,000 loan repayment breaks for customers hit by the crisis, making up the bulk of a "prudent" 1.1-1.3 billion euro charge expected during 2020. "We're cautiously optimistic that we're beginning to see green shoots," Chief Financial Officer Myles O'Grady told Reuters by telephone, pointing to a 25% year-on-year jump in Irish mortgage applications in July and a 6% month-on-month rise in business loan volumes.