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#Black Thursday

# black-thursday - Thursday 12 March, 2020

US stocks suffer worst losses since Black Monday crash of 1987

The plunge extended a sell-off that has wiped out most of Wall Street’s gains since Trump’s election.

# black-thursday - Thursday 26 December, 2013

Retailers delighted after 'superb' first day of winter sales

Many retailers who were sceptical about opening on St Stephen’s Day are now glad they decided to go for it.

Credit cards at the ready? Retailers hoping for end-of-year bonus as Winter Sales begin

Done with Christmas? Planning a bargain hunt? Read on…

# black-thursday - Thursday 31 March, 2011

From The Daily Edge On stress test day, Ireland gets a little gift from space Space

On stress test day, Ireland gets a little gift from space

It may be Black Thursday down here – but from up there, it all looks blue, green, and enviably calm.

# black-thursday - Wednesday 27 October, 2010

Anglo borrowed €8bn as Lenihan announced ‘final’ bailout cost

Anglo was borrowing up to €7.9bn to pay out on bonds – on the same day the government announced the cost of recapitalisation.

# black-thursday - Saturday 2 October, 2010

Lenihan subjected to chimp noises by Citigroup investors

Citi investors heckle, jeer and make chimp noises during conference call with Finance Minister Brian Lenihan.

# black-thursday - Friday 1 October, 2010

Billionaire Chelsea owner threatens to sue Irish government

Roman Abramovich’s investment vehicle holds subordinated bonds in Irish Nationwide – and wants its money back.

FG refuses to abide by four-year plan - but seeks 'truce'

The finance spokesperson says the government can’t hold the opposition to its plans – while senators seek co-operation.

Don't forget the real reason that Ireland is so terrifying for Europe

Ireland was first the undertake aggressive action to bolster its banks and get public spending under control.

The world reacts to Ireland's Black Thursday

International commentators invoke a raft of dire imagery – from bodies flung off skyscrapers to a children’s story book – to describe the economy’s downward trajectory.

In numbers: The banking bailout

Wonder where our billions are going? Here’s a breakdown of the bailout.

Black Thursday: home reaction

The national newspapers react to the cost of the banking bailout.

# black-thursday - Thursday 30 September, 2010

Insuring against Irish debt gets expensive post-Anglo

Despite the “final announcement”, markets still think there’s more than half a chance that Anglo will default…

Taoiseach says tax hikes likely in 2011 Budget

In a lunchtime interview, Brian Cowen says “revenue raising” will have to be part of a new, harsher-than-planned Budget.

European Commission welcomes Anglo cost announcement

European competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia gives the thumbs-up to drawing a line under the banking costs.

Bond markets respond favourably to Anglo finality

The price of government borrowing – and the Irish-German spread – falls back, but AIB shares crater.

How the rest of the world is reacting to Namageddon

International reaction to news of the €40 billion bank bailout – and the news that Ireland will now boast the largest deficit ever recorded in an EU state.

Government prepares to take majority stake in AIB as top management departs

Major shake-up at the bank which is to be effectively nationalised.

Ireland wakes up to the news that Anglo could cost €34.3 billion

Central Bank says Anglo bailout should cost €29.3 billion – but could run to €34.3 billion.