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Inc stmt in EURIncome statement in EURView more

Year on year Bank of Ireland grew revenues 31.94% from 5.20bn to 6.86bn while net income improved from a loss of 742.00m to a gain of 1.05bn.
Gross margin--
Net profit margin19.01%
Operating margin22.01%
Return on assets0.65%
Return on equity8.28%
Return on investment--
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Cash flow in EURView more

In 2021, Bank of Ireland increased its cash reserves by 155.79%, or 20.67bn. The company earned 19.76bn from its operations for a Cash Flow Margin of 288.13%. In addition the company generated 842.00m and 293.00m cash from investing and financing, respectively.
Cash flow per share1.15
Price/Cash flow per share8.37
Book value per share11.22
Tangible book value per share10.11
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Balance sheet in EURView more

Bank of Ireland uses little or no debt in its capital structure.
Current ratio--
Quick ratio--
Total debt/total equity0.983
Total debt/total capital--
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Growth rates in EUR

Year on year, growth in earnings per share excluding extraordinary items increased 225.89%. Additionally, five year annualized earnings per share growth ranks highest in its industry.
Div yield(5 year avg)1.18%
Div growth rate (5 year)--
Payout ratio (TTM)5.88%
EPS growth(5 years)6.48
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