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Investors growing impatient with Bank of Ireland’s mortgage pricing

Lender’s five-year rate is a quarter point to nearly a full percentage point lower than the competition

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Bank of Ireland shares have outperformed both AIB and Permanent TSB in the last year. Photo: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Bank of Ireland shares have outperformed both AIB and Permanent TSB in the last year. Photo: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Bank of Ireland shares have outperformed both AIB and Permanent TSB in the last year. Photo: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Big shareholders in Bank of Ireland have begun questioning the bank’s “uneconomic” mortgage pricing after all its main rivals put up rates in the last two months.

AIB, Permanent TSB and Avant have all recently increased the interest they charge on fixed-rate loans in response to a series of aggressive rate rises from the European Central Bank.


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