Bank of Ireland and Anglo Irish Bank were the main Irish casualties in last week’s fallout from Bradford & Bingley becoming the latest British mortgage lender to incur the wrath of investors.
The banks’ share prices plunged 7 per cent in trading on the London market last Monday, when the Irish exchange was closed.
Bradford & Bingley stunned investors by announcing major revisions to a planned rights issue and the emergency sale of...
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