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I agree we need to be concentrating of industrious business ,why can’t I but Irish made shirts, shoes, Irish made bicycles, for god sake Irish made anything? 75% of our business here in Ireland is services, and we are now … Continue reading
CDS spreads Mr Lenihan, these figures tell the Irish People the real story the spreads cannot be dismissed and you are going to have to come clean on the true nature of the Banks derivatives time bomb No more account … Continue reading
Angela Merkel consigns Ireland, Portugal and Spain to their fate Germany has had enough. Any eurozone state that spends its way into a debt crisis or cannot adapt to a monetary union set for Northern rhythms will face “orderly” bankruptcy. … Continue reading
A Tribute to Mr. Raymond Crotty 1925-1994 Economics Lecturer Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Ludwig Von Mises Quote: “Everyone carries a part of society on his shoulders. No one is relieved of his share of responsibility by others and no one … Continue reading
There you have it Brendan Keenan (Independent Newspapers) says the banks are fine swallowing the government’s line that the Irish Banks aren’t insolvent. Then we had Professor Morgan Kelly (UCD) advocating allowing the non retail (Anglo Irish Bank) banks to … Continue reading
Bank of Ireland announced that €2.1bn of formerly NAMA-bound loans would not be going to NAMA. Where are they going, if anywhere? Why are they not going to NAMA? Is this a further contraction in NAMA’s performing loan portfolio (BoI … Continue reading
Irish Finance Minister Demonstrates that he doesn’t believe in Capitalism By The Fundamental Analyst, on September 24th, 2010 Here again we see another case of those that embraced capitalism on the way up, shudder at the consequences when things go … Continue reading
A series of unconventional interviews . This week, Tony Soprano namawinelake | September 19, 2010 at 6:02 am | Categories: NAMA | URL: http://wp.me/pNlCf-AM This week sees the first of five weekly interviews in which aspects of Ireland’s financial crisis … Continue reading