Bank of Ireland
It may seem surprising that Bank of Ireland (IRE) is having a great year in 2012. Since the first trading day in January, shares of the $4.5 billion Irish bank have rallied more than 40% -- but that hasn't stopped hedge funds from hating this stock. Funds unloaded almost every share of IRE they owned in the second quarter, getting rid of close to 294 million shares with around $2 billion.
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