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By Kevin Myers Wednesday May 18 2011 From the outset of the EU expedition, we were told that its purpose was to bring Europe together and to create harmony between the peoples of a continent twice riven by world wars. … Continue reading
By namawinelake There aren’t many great news stories on Ireland’s economy at present but news this evening that the IMF has agreed to the early release of the next tranche of funding from the bailout is encouraging. Their statement approves … Continue reading
Morgan Kelly‘s article in the Irish Times on Saturday last, was responsible for stirring up a hornets’ nest in Irish politics and in the zest pit that is the Irish financial world. Here is a summary of the main points … Continue reading
By namawinelake | May 9, 2011 at 10:22 am Quite a number of official sources have claimed in the past month that the stress test announcements on 31st March, 2011 have been greeted positively by the market. Minister of State … Continue reading
As highlighted on this blog a number of times we are now binging to see the long awaited attack on the unemployed of this country .The government spin doctors are attempting to segmented the ranks of the unemployed into various … Continue reading
Author: WorldbyStorm of Cedar Lounge Revolution Published: February 16th, 2011 This weekend I read the Sunday Business Post with some eagerness. Here would be the answers I required, that many require, about the bailouts, both the banking one and the … Continue reading
sent in to us by http://www.wealthbuilder.ie Market Brief 16th. February 2011 The market is at a very interesting juncture. On all my favourite indicators (A/D Line, McClennan Summation, Slow Stochastics, Fast Stochastics and MACD) the current bull run is very … Continue reading