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    Default A.I.B. share price continuing decline

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    The clock is ticking to December 31st.

    About 60 working days left.
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    It will be interesting to see how this plays out for the remainder of the day.
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    Why is it declining today? And when will AIB be nationalised?

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    204k shares in AIB and 2.3m shares in BOI traded so far today. who is buying these shares and why?

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    And the good news for future pensioners..

    13 May 2010 - The National Pensions Reserve Fund (NPRF) today received 198,089,847 Allied Irish Banks (AIB) ordinary shares in lieu of cash, as payment of the first dividend on its preference share investment in the bank. The NPRF now holds 18.6% of the ordinary shares of AIB in issue.
    http://www.nprf.ie/Publications/2010...naryShares.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by breakingnews View Post
    Why is it declining today? And when will AIB be nationalised?
    It is likely that A.I.B. will fail to meet capital requirements(7.4Billion).

    I suspect it needs more to repair its balance sheet.

    That is why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCon View Post
    And the good news for future pensioners..



    http://www.nprf.ie/Publications/2010...naryShares.pdf
    And those shares were valued at E1.44, now 0.60c

    And FF want to raid the remaining cash from the NPRF. For more "investment"

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    The NPRF is a hedge fund run by a bunch of clowns. Their new mandate is to produce returns of 6-7% per annum now to match our cost of funds.

    The NPRF will suffer massive losses over the next few years as it increases risk in search of yield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grafter1 View Post
    The NPRF is a hedge fund run by a bunch of clowns. Their new mandate is to produce returns of 6-7% per annum now to match our cost of funds.

    The NPRF will suffer massive losses over the next few years as it increases risk in search of yield.
    By buying our Government debt, they would do ok..

    Could this be why BOI is becoming a primary dealer?

    BANK of Ireland (BoI) is considering opening a bond-trading desk that would act as a primary dealer for government bond auctions.

    The move would end Davy's status as the only Irish member of the 16-strong group of primary dealers for government debt.

    It is understood that the bond desk would sit in BoI's treasury division, though sources stressed that no decision has been taken to open the desk.

    BoI could make a decision on the bond desk within "months or years", one source said, adding that establishing the function wasn't a priority.

    Setting up a trading desk would give BoI a fresh income stream against a backdrop of forced retrenchment at the hands of the European Commission.
    Bank of Ireland considers opening bond-trading desk - Irish, Business - Independent.ie
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