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Since the Minister of Finance himself says that the still remaindering loans are only worth 40c in the euro this alone tell me that the banks is gone beyond repair as every one of his pronouncements on figures have been totally out I expect that you wouldn’t even get 10 cent on the euro Continue reading
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
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
While all the focus has been on losses at Anglo Irish, the other Irish banks are in denial about the scale of State support needed. It is time to face the facts: the three viable banks need over €17 billion, … 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
(NAMA) has completed the transfer of the second tranche of loans from Allied Irish Banks, Bank of Ireland, Irish Nationwide Building Society and EBS. The Agency has acquired loans with a nominal value of €5.2 billion Full PFD report here … Continue reading