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Source: http://www.independent.ie/business/european/bailout-changes-wont-hasten-irelands-return-to-the-bond-markets-or-alter-the-interest-rate-were-paying-2801180.html By Irish Independent Q: What exactly has the EU agreed? A: Yesterday, EU finance ministers agreed that when the European Stability Mechanism, the renamed EU/IMF bailout fund, comes into force in two years’ time, it will not have … Continue reading
Thursday, May 19, 2011 – by Staff Report Queen Elizabeth History cannot be made without making headlines, so it’s hardly surprising the Queen’s arrival in Ireland has dominated today’s national and international news. From the 85-year-old English monarch’s first few … Continue reading
By Namawinelake To date, NAMA has acquired €71bn of loans for which it has paid €30bn. Up to last week, there were some €17bn of additional loans to acquire from the banks. That changed yesterday. The €17bn of loans … Continue reading
The Chatham home of disgraced Irish banker David Drumm is on the market for $5.5 million. Cape Cod Times/Christine Hochkeppel By Sarah Shemkus firstname.lastname@example.org March 05, 2011 BOSTON — Disgraced Irish bank chief and sometime Chatham resident David Drumm won’t … Continue reading
When Irish Eyes Are Voting Most of the world is focused on the Middle East and Libya, and rightly so. We will look at that in a minute. (Sidebar: the White House spelled the country “Lybia” in a recent tweet. … Continue reading
By namawinelake Significantly this time, reporters from the paper of record, the Irish Times and State-broadcaster, RTE were allowed sit in on the court proceedings at the High Court this morning where certain directions were sought and granted in respect … Continue reading
sent in by Liam O’Mahony The Economic Crisis First Iceland. Then Greece. Now Ireland, which headed for bankruptcy with its own mysterious logic. In 2000, suddenly among the richest people in Europe, the Irish decided to buy their country—from … Continue reading
sent in to-day Dear Sir, Mr.McGarry, in his last column, quoted Feargal O’Rourke, head of PricewaterhouseCooper’s tax and legal division in Dublin. Mr.O’Rourke opined on the recovery of the Irish economy. I don’t think Mr.O’Rourke, or anyone at PwC, is in … Continue reading
We must reinvest the State with men and women who speak the truth and act exclusively in the interests of the people
Brian Cowen‘s troubles are deepening by the hour. The consultation process is little more than theatre. His survival is on a thread [“hangs on a thread” or “is on a knife-edge”] as more and more of the facts emerge. The … Continue reading