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AIB's first post-float figures - what to watch for

Markets await updates on dealing with troubled loans

27th July, 2017
AIB's post-float update Pic: Fergal Phillips

The shares, which began trading at €4.40, have since risen by around 10 per cent.

The government’s share sale recouped more money for the state after AIB was bailed out with almost €21 billion of taxpayers' cash. Last year, the bank made a profit of €1.7 billion and announced a €250m dividend payment.

Along with the other Irish banks, AIB has been under increasing pressure from the Central Bank and European Central Bank...

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