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Daily Archives: April 26, 2011
Fact, behavioural science tells us that bankers and politicians are lying to us 93% of the time. It’s 13 times more likely Wall Street is telling you a lie than the truth. That’s why they win. Why we lose, … Continue reading
Local waste costs are obviously too much for someone as they have dumped their trash down the road from us , this is the third time I have observer this kind of hooliganism in the Wicklow town area.
By Neil Callanan Tuesday, April 26, 2011 ADMINISTRATORS to bankrupt developer John Fleming’s British property empire have secured planning permission for a 225-bedroom three-star hotel, 158 residential units and commercial units on land owned by Fleming Developments UK on Olympic … Continue reading
Monday, April 25, 2011 – by Staff Report A delegation of leading European and international monetary officials are planning a crisis summit in Athens in May amid growing fears that Greece may default on its sovereign debt. European officials … Continue reading
By: Bob_Chapman Economic recovery does not seem to be taking effect in spite of more massive expenditures by Congress and the Fed. The IMF says financial stability has improved, but then again their vision is almost always clouded. US tax revenues … Continue reading
David McWilliams has posted a new article, ‘We’re being played for fools’ Where do you think the financial markets assess Irish risk? What countries are we compared against? Surely we are still regarded as a European developed nation when it … Continue reading
SIMON CARSWELL, Finance Correspondent THE NATIONAL Asset Management Agency (Nama) has ruled out a further increase in the fees paid to the five participating institutions for administering €72.3 billion in loans for the agency, despite lobbying by the banks for … Continue reading