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Daily Archives: July 6, 2012
By: Victoria_Marklew The European Union has just completed its 20th “make or break” Summit in a little over two years, and actually managed to beat expectations. Two key agreements were reached on June 28-29: expanding the remit of the two bailout … Continue reading
Back in Wicklow No sooner I get back to Wicklow the rain comes down in torrents and I had to get out the heavy weather gear to cope .It rained all day and there is a big difference in temperatures … Continue reading
by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev So, the NTMA have issued a (welcome) note that Ireland is to resume auctions of T-bills. The note states that “on Thursday 5 July 2012. The NTMA will offer €500 million of Treasury Bills with a three-month … Continue reading
“About this time Mr McDonald [Bank of Scotland (Ireland)] told Mr Walsh that he was coming under considerable pressure to lend more money due to increased lending targets imposed by the bank and the bank was keen to expand the loan … Continue reading
This is war to-day ???? I say more like random murder, these are real people, someone’s Brother, Dad, or son. Why is there no one shouting stop?????
Spain’s anti-bank majority is celebrating a major victory after the country’s high court opened a criminal investigation into Rodrigo Rato, the former head of Spain’s biggest mortgage lender, Bankia. Rato, once a big wheel within the IMF, has been given a … Continue reading