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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
This bank [AIB], which is still trading in the US/Ireland and is still accepting deposits and making loans, appears to have some pretty fishy underpinnings. So begins a an alarming if somewhat baffling blog post by Trading analyst Reggie Middleton … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Slog. 3-D bollocks deconstruction: A couple of days ago, Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras went on Greek telly to advise Prime Minister Antonis Samaras that he should cease negotiating with the Troika, and instead agree a joint strategy … Continue reading
The following is an article from Netzoners ” citizen reporter ”financial correspondent. Mr Christopher M. Quigley B.Sc., M.M.I.I., M.A. It is hard I am sure for Americans to fully comprehend the disaster that was the recent Cypriot Euro debacle. Yesterday, Monday … Continue reading
Despite the drumbeat of defeatism from English-speaking economists, and despite three years of disappointing economic results, the Eurozone persists in the execution of its original “Plan A”, adopted three years ago: 1. Balance eurozone government budgets by raising taxes and reducing expenditure. 2. … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams The news that the State has secured a deal to push out Ireland’s debt repayments represents a victory for the Government’s – or more accurately the EU’s – giant “delay and pray” strategy. The deal would … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams First, the good news. Swapping the debt from a promissory note to a long dated government bond will mean that, in the short-term, the State won’t have to find so much money to pay for the … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams The ECB never does anything without an eye on global trends. In the overall scheme of things, despite being the “European” central bank, things that happen in small European countries matter little in setting the tone. … Continue reading
Thomas, for your attention ……The European Central Bank has won a ruling to refuse access to secret files showing how Greece used derivatives to hide its debt. They were guided in this scam by Goldman Sachs. “Disclosure of those documents … Continue reading
By Florian Pantazi Slowly but surely, the set of remedies employed in the hope of solving the euro crisis is now spreading recession from the periphery to the core of the eurozone. Austerity measures, accompanied by an increase in taxes, … Continue reading