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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The High Court has approved the payment of monthly living expenses totalling almost €30,000 to the five adult children of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn and three spouses. The court extended an injunction, on an application by the former Anglo Irish Bank, over … Continue reading
THE sight of thousands of people marching to support for disgraced businessman Sean Quinn has been described as “deeply depressing”. Bankrupt Quinn was defiant last night as he rolled out a line of GAA celebrities, including Mickey Harte, Colm O’Rourke and Sean … Continue reading
Comment : I will be heading off to the Donegal coast and the Kerry coast in the next two weeks I hope to have some video footage of my diving exploits. Of course I don’t expect to have anything like … Continue reading
I’ve been getting some irate emails from Greek Sloggers of late – especially those who earn a living suplying goods to the Athens Government. Their bitch is simple: while the new Coalition is very happy to suck up to the Troika, monies … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams In terms of reading the economic tea leaves, last week’s cup of data has left behind a perplexing residue, with some good bits, some bad bits and lots of confusing bits, which could go either way. … Continue reading
By Bill Bonner From one ragged country to another. We are on a tour of Europe’s unraveling economies. Ireland…Spain…and now France. Spain was in the news again yesterday. Its borrowing rate rose to 7.5%…a level that everyone says in “unsustainable.” … Continue reading
Standard & Poors just confirmed the UK’s triple-A status. Speaking as a Brit myself, right now I wouldn’t lend my government a corkscrew to open one bottle of Bulgarian Merlot: but S&P rationalises this mad judgement on the following risible basis: … Continue reading