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Category Archives: Banking
Markets are right to be worried — ‘final’ €50bn to fix banks looks like tip of iceberg Sunday October 10 2010 THE soaring cost of bailing out the banks means that Ireland is now locked out of the bond markets. … Continue reading
Press Statement 30 September 2010 The Central Bank today (Thursday 30 September) published its assessment of the capital requirements resulting from the recently announced restructuring of Anglo Irish Bank. In addition, the Central Bank has published the outcome of its review … 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
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
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
Even by the standards of the global banking collapse, Anglo Irish Bank stands out. From a loan book of about 75 billion Euros when the government took over in 2009, Anglo Irish says that it has only about 12 billion … Continue reading