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Anybody who didn’t see tonight with Vincent Browne should take the time and look at the show now Want to know how much? Want to know the real figure? Want to know what Brian Lenihan doesn’t want you to Know? … Continue reading
Posted: By Gavin Sheridan of http://www.thestory.ie We have warned time and time again that Ireland was facing a massive fiscal crisis, both on here and on Twitter. We took a look back through the archives to see what we might … Continue reading
Ireland defaulting??? As I sit writing this I am getting news over the wires that the Irish government have asked the EU for emergency funds Ireland was in talks to receive emergency funding from the European Union, but Dow Jones … Continue reading
European Bank Stress Tests: The objective of the extended stress test exercise was to assess the overall resilience of the EU banking sector and the banks’ ability to absorb further possible shocks on credit and market risks, including sovereign risks, … Continue reading
Anglo-Irish Bank will be paid more than €6 billion for the last set of loans it transfers to the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) before the agency has a chance to assess their true value. The decision will allow Anglo … Continue reading
From the Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan’s statement this morning. New NAMA adjustments 1. Loans of less than €20m not being transferred now . 2. NAMA debtors to drop from 1500 to 850 3. NAMA to abandon tranches, replaced with … Continue reading
by Prof Michael Hudson Latvia is being devastated by two global wars. On the geopolitical front is the Cold War’s coup de grâce. Neoliberals have managed to de-industrialize Russia and the rest of the former Soviet Union, persuading parliaments to … Continue reading
David McWilliams has posted a new article, ‘Why the ESRI has got it wrong’ Should governments cut spending rapidly this year and next if the economy is still on its knees? This debate is raging, not just in Ireland, but … Continue reading
AFTER the revelations of a horrendous capital hole of €9.3bn for 2010, and potentially a further €10bn over the next number of years, defending a future for Anglo Irish Bank has become a very difficult task for the Irish … Continue reading