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Wednesday, September 29 · 12:30pm – 2:30pm Location St Stephen’s Green Dublin, Ireland Created By Righttowork Ireland, James O’toole, Vanessa O’ Sullivan, Memet Uludag, Ian O’MaonaighShow all (5) More Info The Right To Work Campaign will be joining the Irish … Continue reading
See the Republic of Ireland’s national debt mount up, a measure of the legacy the Irish Government is in the process of bequeathing to the children of Ireland: € 87,669,547,647 The FINANCE DUBLIN Irish Government Debt … Continue reading
David Mc Williams is like a lonely voice of logic in the wilderness The powers that be want shut of him and wish he up sticks and goes away! The hard hitting questions and the overwhelming logic to his … Continue reading
0% growth in house prices this year and next, then 2%, 3% and 5% in the following years – that’s too optimistic say the banks : McInerney’s examinership bid to be decided on Monday namawinelake | September 11, 2010 at … Continue reading
Angry Afghan depositors assail bank Looking at this video clip I am immediately struck with the questions of whether the directors of the Anglo Irish Bank and the other bailed out banks Directors have engaged in shipping off funds to … Continue reading
Anglo Irish Bank will be split into an asset recovery bank and a funding bank, the Department of Finance said today. The recovery bank, or so-called bad bank, will be eventually be sold or its assets will be run down … Continue reading
Europe’s biggest can of worms is overflowing again. Fears that Europe’s banks are vulnerable to losses on risky government bond investments are sending shivers through the European bond markets, especially Ireland and Greece. Investors are dumping risky bonds tied to … Continue reading