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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Irish bank lending to consumers and businesses fell again in January; Domestic private sector bank deposits also down By Finfacts Team The Central Bank said today that level of Irish bank lending to consumers and businesses fell again in January … Continue reading
In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss market participating rally monkeys, market regulating surrender monkeys, economic policy making suicide monkeys and Greek ministry website hacking cheeky monkeys. In the second half of the show……..
By Namawinelake This morning has seen the publication of the CSO residential property price indices for Ireland for January 2012. Here’s the summary showing the indices at their peak (various months in 2007 depending on type of property and location), … Continue reading
Dear Mrs Childers, Just heard you on east coast radio As a person who voted for you, I wish to congratulate you on your stand to keep your independence and also confirm my support you on you stand against the promotion … Continue reading
“German consumer confidence has increased again, its sixth rise on the bounce. The country’s GfK index has increased to 6.0, its highest level since March 2011, as households said they felt significantly more positive about the prospect for their incomes”. What … Continue reading
It’s pay day for Ireland, as the International Monetary Fund has approved a $4.33bn loan to the Celtic-tiger-turned-pauper – the latest instalment in a three-year $30.23bn programme to support the country through a period of tough financial reforms. Ireland seems … Continue reading
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By: Ashvin_Pandurangi There have been many forms of “debt slavery” throughout history, and almost everyone is chained to the oppressive financial, corporatist system now in one way or another. Although, this fact has not even remotely sunk in for millions … Continue reading