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#Financial Crisis

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 10 July, 2012

From The42 #SaveOurClub: Dundalk fans meet to discuss fundraising LOI

#SaveOurClub: Dundalk fans meet to discuss fundraising

Lilywhites supporters will come together at Oriel Park tonight.

# financial-crisis - Monday 18 June, 2012

VIDEO: Obama's former Harvard professor says he shouldn't be re-elected US 2012 This post contains videos

VIDEO: Obama's former Harvard professor says he shouldn't be re-elected

Roberto Unger – a former Brazilian minister under whom the current President studied – says Obama’s lost his way.

# financial-crisis - Sunday 10 June, 2012

Spanish bailout is a win for Spain, says Prime Minister Spain This post contains images

Spanish bailout is a win for Spain, says Prime Minister

Plus, the reaction from the Spanish press.

# financial-crisis - Monday 21 May, 2012

Explainer: What are Eurobonds and why do they matter?

Your quick guide to current proposals for a commmon euro-area bond.

# financial-crisis - Saturday 19 May, 2012

G8 leaders 'affirm interest' in Greece staying in the eurozone G8 This post contains videos

G8 leaders 'affirm interest' in Greece staying in the eurozone

Leaders also spoke of ensuring high standards of the ‘protection and enforcement’ of intellectual property rights.

G-8 leaders to focus on European financial crisis G8

G-8 leaders to focus on European financial crisis

Energy will also be on the agenda, as the world looks to the oil markets in advance of scheduled sanctions on Iranian oil exports.

# financial-crisis - Saturday 12 May, 2012

Column: ‘The treaty is risky and dangerously experimental’

On a ‘No’ vote: Economist Terrence McDonough says evoking fear in people over the recession is not an appropriate move by government.

# financial-crisis - Thursday 3 May, 2012

Al-Qaeda planned message to convert Ireland to Islam

Al-Qaeda planned message to convert Ireland to Islam

A letter by Al-Qaeda’s American spokesman says Ireland was ripe for conversion because of its ‘sympathy’ for Palestine.

# financial-crisis - Monday 23 April, 2012

Verdict due on Iceland's former PM over banking crisis

Geir Haarde led the government when the country’s banks collapsed in October 2008.

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 17 April, 2012

Spanish debt sales cause Euro to weaken

Spain’s 10 year bond yields have traded above six per cent for a second day as the country prepares for bond auctions on 12- and 18-month bills.

# financial-crisis - Wednesday 11 April, 2012

Spanish town fails to reach vote threshold to grow cannabis

The majority of residents in a small Spanish village last night voted in favour of growing cannabis to pay off municipal debt – but not the 75 per cent needed.

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 10 April, 2012

Spain village votes on growing cannabis to pay off debt

The town of Rasquera, with a population of 960 people, will decide on whether to lease land to cannabis-growers in order to pay off debts.

The 10 countries most likely to default... and Ireland is sixth

Financial information services company Markit has produced a table detailing the 10 countries with the widest credit default swap spreads…

# financial-crisis - Wednesday 4 April, 2012

Greek pensioner kills himself in main Athens square

The retired pharmacist left a note linking his suicide with the country’s financial crisis.

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 3 April, 2012

IMF chief wants 'more firepower' to fight crises IMF

IMF chief wants 'more firepower' to fight crises

Christine Lagarde said that the global recovery is growing stronger but still is very fragile.

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 27 March, 2012

Column: It’s the end of our economy – and now we need an alternative

The economic crisis has caused severe hardship for many – but it has also exposed our financial system for the sham it is, writes Rob Heyland.

# financial-crisis - Friday 9 March, 2012

From The42 Taking a hit: Rangers players agree to wage cuts Crisis

Taking a hit: Rangers players agree to wage cuts

The cash-strapped Glasgow club are hoping to keep redundancies down after the latest announcement.

# financial-crisis - Sunday 4 March, 2012

Enda Kenny hails Irish 'resilience' through crisis

The Taoiseach acknowledged many people are concerned for the future, but said Ireland has “great potential”.

# financial-crisis - Sunday 19 February, 2012

Column: Politicians can’t fix Ireland – ordinary people must take the lead

The financial crisis was sparked by a broken system. If we’re going to fix this we can’t leave it up to politicians, write Bronagh Geraghty and John Hughes.

# financial-crisis - Saturday 31 December, 2011

Angela Merkel’s 2011: “Profound change, toughest currency test”

The German chancellor’s New Year’s televised address to her nation included a vow to save the euro.

# financial-crisis - Wednesday 28 December, 2011

Stocks slide over signs of jitters at European banks

European banks deposited a record €412 billion with the ECB overnight – showing that banks are worried about loaning money to each other.

# financial-crisis - Friday 16 December, 2011

Moody's downgrades Belgium's debt by 2 notches

Moody’s already rates Ireland’s bonds as junk – but now says that that outlook for Belgium is “negative”.

# financial-crisis - Monday 28 November, 2011

Column: I work in a bank - and you've got us all wrong

Yes, banks housed deceitful, corrupt fat cats – but it was the rest of us who got the blame, writes bank worker Patrick Ryan.

# financial-crisis - Thursday 24 November, 2011

Major Aids treatment fund suspends further grants over financial issues

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria said today that global financial woes mean it can’t pledge any more funding until 2014.

# financial-crisis - Wednesday 16 November, 2011

Column: Is the euro really essential to our economy?

Fine Gael TD Eoghan Murphy doesn’t want to see us drop the euro – but if it’s a choice between staying in the eurozone or keeping control of our domestic fiscal affairs…

# financial-crisis - Sunday 18 September, 2011

From The Daily Edge Watch: Russian billionaire attacks opponent on TV Billionaire Brawl This post contains videos

Watch: Russian billionaire attacks opponent on TV

During a heated debate Alexander Lebedev floored his opponent, later writing: “I neutralised him.”

# financial-crisis - Thursday 25 August, 2011

From The Daily Edge OMG! Social networking takes hold... on the English dictionary Say What?

OMG! Social networking takes hold... on the English dictionary

A new Chambers Dictionary includes “BFF” and “unfriending” – but not “sexting”. Find out which other words made the cut…

# financial-crisis - Friday 5 August, 2011

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things to know this morning…

# financial-crisis - Monday 18 July, 2011

Merkel throws down gauntlet to bondholders over Greek bailout

The German chancellor has warned private investors they must share the burden – putting her on a collision course with EU banking chiefs.

# financial-crisis - Tuesday 12 July, 2011

Column: In Ireland, we got the bankers we deserved

Banks and property developers held the reins as the country galloped into economic crisis – and all because we put them in the saddle, writes historian Conor McCabe.

# financial-crisis - Monday 20 December, 2010

Sean FitzPatrick and David Drumm face disciplinary tribunal in new year

Former Anglo Irish bank bosses and two financial directors have a case to answer, according to accountancy watchdog investigation.

# financial-crisis - Thursday 9 December, 2010

Five Anglo Irish staff were awarded bonuses in 2010

AIB senior bankers not the only happy ‘key staff’ renumerated this year…

# financial-crisis - Thursday 18 November, 2010

Shebeens and slip jigs: Anger at BBC Newsnight's portrayal of Ireland Newsnight This post contains videos This post contains images

Shebeens and slip jigs: Anger at BBC Newsnight's portrayal of Ireland

“Leprechauny” graphics on “simplistic Oirish” report on Irish financial crisis are criticised.

# financial-crisis - Monday 23 August, 2010

THE RATE OF RECOVERY in the eurozone lost some of its momentum this month, according to the purchasing managers’ index (PMI). The index surveyed 4,500 companies across the eurozone to gauge the pace of recovery. The rate fell from 56.7 points to 56.1 points in August, after accelerating for the first time in three months in July. Anything above 50 points indicates growth.

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