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By Thomás O Cléirigh As I write this I am hearing on the Irish radio that the finance minster is in Talks to formalise the “Cyprus Bank bail in” system for a European wide execution .If you are an Irish … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams So we have arrived at the day when the State has to deal with the consequences of the housing binge on the balance sheet of the ordinary person. A few years ago, people who warned this … Continue reading
By Sam Collins One of the remarkable technical events of the past 12 months is the breakout and blast-off of the Dow Jones Transportation Average. On Tuesday, the index set a new all-time high after breaking from a 10-month consolidation … Continue reading
In view of what is happening in the Ireland of today. As our Independence has been sold off to faceless German bondholders, I was thinking what could individuals could do, particularly businesses owners ( shop owners) and the thought occurred to me … Continue reading
By John Mauldin Sarkozy: “Problem Solved”, Or… Germany to Sarkozy: “It’s Not Over” Greece is having an “orderly” default. The taxpayers of Europe are in theory going to lend €130 billion to Greece to pay back €100 billion in Greek … Continue reading
Irish bank lending to consumers and businesses fell again in January; Domestic private sector bank deposits also down By Finfacts Team The Central Bank said today that level of Irish bank lending to consumers and businesses fell again in January … Continue reading
By Kevin Marder For months, the $64,000 question mark has surrounded the institutional participant, and whether he/she would decide to sponsor this market with any sort of conviction. Last Thursday’s participation by the large investor, then, was a sight for … Continue reading
By Keven M O Brien In an article I wrote for Seeking Alpha last month, I discussed how Bank of America (BAC) stock could either completely tank relatively quickly – or be an excellent buy if you are willing to take … Continue reading
By Eric Parnell The resilience of stocks has been amazing these last several weeks. On four separate occasions since the beginning of August, stocks have made a run at breaking below 1120 on the S&P 500. And each time stocks find the … Continue reading
Photo by Machholz By Finfacts Team Irish Life & Permanent today reported a pre-tax loss of €349m for the first half of this year (H1 2011), mainly related to loan losses at its Permanent TSB banking businessIL&P is under State control after it … Continue reading