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We have become used to broken promises in this financial crisis. Remember Enda Kenny in December 2010 after the Greens had pulled the plug on the previous administration and political parties were on an election footing. Remember “Mr Kenny said … Continue reading
That’s more than the cost of the Jobs Initiative for one week. By namawinelake The cost of Minister Noonan’s inaction on Anglo Irish Bank (“Anglo”) and Irish Nationwide Building Society (INBS) is highlighted today as Anglo repays a €12m senior unsecured unguaranteed bond … Continue reading
Finance Minster, Michael Noonan before he got into government said that the bail bailout was a bad deal for Ireland.”It’s been priced too high”. The money that was been borrowed was been borrowed at 2.8% and we’re paying 5.8%. “3% of … Continue reading
At least the Greeks are now been honest and they realize that they cannot continue rewarding bondholders and the corrupt practices of the ECB by taking on Austerity measures that are hurting its own people .As I have saying all … Continue reading
By Namawinelake It’s “devoid of any substance and verge on the ridiculous” according to the Greek finance ministry but as Greek 10-year bonds touch even greater highs this afternoon – presently trading at 14.9% mid-point – it seems that something may … Continue reading
I was on East CoastRadio this morning and I revealed that any bondholders worth his salt must have had insurance against any loss on their positions (they must have been “hedged”) here is a video on one such hedging tools and there … Continue reading
By Paul Maher To my mind, walking away from or defaulting on a mortgage in negative equity, makes perfect personal economic sense. You survive. You learn. You live to fight another day without the millstone around your neck. No longer … Continue reading
Brian Lenihan is trying on the Three Card Monte with the taxpayers of this country He and Cowen are no better than those street hustlers trying to rob you of your money They are three round discs The Banks … Continue reading
Originally Posted: By Gavin Sheridan 11 Nov 2010 02:42 AM http://www.thestory.ie Last month Anglo confirmed that it had repaid €7.9bn in bonds at the end of September. According to the Irish Independent: Banking sources yesterday stressed that there was … Continue reading