Cliff Taylor: The decision by Wilbur Ross and Fairfax to sell a holding of 6.4 per cent in Bank of Ireland sent a clear signal thatif the price is right, they are happy to sell.

I have been trying to think of the appropriate cliche to start this column (usually not a problem!).

9th March, 2014

I have been trying to think of the appropriate cliche to start this column (usually not a problem!). Probably the best one is that when the genie is out of the bottle, there is no way to get it back in.

The decision by Wilbur Ross and Fairfax to sell a holding of 6.4 per cent in Bank of Ireland sent a clear signal that if the price is right, they are happy to sell....

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