Tuesday March 31, 2020

Bank of Ireland falls after Goldman cuts rating

Bank of Ireland fell the most in more than two months in Dublin trading after Goldman Sachs Group cut its rating on the company’s stock to sell from neutral.

10th June, 2013
Bank of Ireland continues to face operating headwinds, Goldman analysts said.

Bank of Ireland fell the most in more than two months in Dublin trading after Goldman Sachs Group cut its rating on the company’s stock to sell from neutral.

Bank of Ireland fell as much as 5 per cent to 17 cents in Dublin, the biggest intra-day decline since March 27th. Trading volume in the stock was 46 per cent of the average for the past three months at about 44.4 million shares.

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