Bank of Ireland


EPS cuts on stronger top-line sensitivity

17/06/20 -"We have fine-tuned our forecasts. Although we have maintained our sharp losses assumptions for this year, we have downgraded our earnings projections for next year. As explained in our post-results ..."

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