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byDr. Constantin Gurdgiev If one needs an example of out-of-touch, reality-denying and self-satisfied EU Commissioner, travel no further than Olli Rehn. Here’s the latest instalment from Court’s Favourite Entertainer of Things Surreal: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_SPEECH-13-394_en.htm The speech focuses on what went wrong … Continue reading
By Michael Shedlock Today Spain has reached a record number of unemployed. Although we do not like the current state of things, no one seems to know against whom to direct their anger. Actually, we are under a dictatorship perhaps … Continue reading
By Christopher Quigley 04/02/2013 It is hard I am sure for Americans to fully comprehend the disaster that played out in the recent Cypriot Euro debacle. To get a feel for the panic that was swirling about in Europe the … Continue reading
By Namawinelake “ I want to tell you Claire that that is a lie, and it should be nailed once and for all, now over to Stephen and he is an independent journalist, that isn’t true. The Shinners, the Shinners … Continue reading
By Dan O’Brien (Irish Times) With yet another painful budget in the offing, now is a good time to revisit the austerity debate. Last April, I wondered why so many people take such strong positions on the matter. There is … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams Greece has defaulted again, and the financial markets have shrugged their shoulders. The euro remained unchanged versus the dollar. The Greek stock market even rallied. What does this tell us? It tells us that, as this … Continue reading
By Namawinelake The IMF thinks it should be levied at yearly 0.5% of a home’s market value, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan indicated that it will be closer to 0.25% and because the IMF was using out-of-date figures for local authority rates … Continue reading
A former deputy director of the IMF has warned that it’s unlikely Ireland will be in a fit state to exit it’s bailout programme next year.His comments completely contradict suggestions made by the Social Protection Minister Joan Burton who said … Continue reading