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Bailout turmoil weighing on growth, warns EU
France 24 - 10:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The European Union warned Monday that the turmoil over eurozone debt is now a threat to growth, which will slow next year, as markets gave a cool response to a weekend rescue for Ireland.With analysts ...
Irish Rescue Can't Stop Spreading Contagion
BusinessWeek.com - 8:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
European governments' $113 billion bailout package for Ireland failed to quell market turmoil menacing the euro, as stocks and the currency declined and Spanish bonds slid ...
Irish Banks Rise as Junior Bondholders to Share Bill
BusinessWeek.com - 7:30pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Irish banks soared in Dublin trading as the government said it will make junior bondholders pay some of the cost of the 35 billion-euro ($46 billion) rescue package. ...
Anglo Irish closure to be speeded up
The Guardian - 7:14pm Monday 29th of November 2010
IMF-EU bailout terms will see Anglo Irish closed as early as January, scrapping government plans to run down the nationalised bank over 15 yearsThe closure of Anglo Irish, the toxic bank that fuelled ...
Irish Bailout Fails to Provide Relief for Markets: Euro Credit
BusinessWeek.com - 7:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
The 85 billion-euro ($113 billion) bailout of Ireland failed to stabilize sovereign credit markets as bond yields in the euro region’s most-indebted countries rose to records. ...
Irish bank wind up to take years
BBC - 6:42pm Monday 29th of November 2010
A strategy to wind down Anglo Irish Bank's (AIB) loan book should be ready by the end of January, the Republic of Ireland's central bank says. ...
Irish Rescue Fails to Stem Turmoil; Spain Bonds Drop
BusinessWeek.com - 6:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
European governments’ 85 billion- euro ($113 billion) bailout package for Ireland failed to quell the market turmoil menacing the euro as stocks, bonds and the currency declined. ...
Irish Banks’ Senior Bonds Rally as Investors Spared Sharing Loss
BusinessWeek.com - 6:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Irish banks’ senior bonds rose after the nation’s 85 billion-euro ($113 billion) bailout spared holders of the debt from having to share in lenders’ losses. ...
Anglo Irish 'to shut in early 2011'
Belfast Telegraph - 5:22pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Nationalised lender Anglo Irish Bank could be closed for business in the new year, Ireland's Central Bank governor has said. ...
Irish, Spanish, Italian Bonds Slide as Aid Fails to Stem Crisis
BusinessWeek.com - 5:00pm Monday 29th of November 2010
Spanish 10-year bonds fell a 10th consecutive day and Italian securities slid as a European Union bailout package for Ireland failed to damp concern borrowing costs for high-deficit euro-area nations ...
Uploaded on Nov 28 2010  Irish Finance Minister Brian Lenihan arrives at an euro zone finance ministers meeting at the European Union Council in Brussels November 28, 2010. European ministers are expected to sign off on an 85 billion euro (2.7 billion) rescue for Ireland on Sunday, making it the second euro member after Greece to require a bailout in the face of a crippling debt crisis.  REUTERS/Thierry Roge  (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)

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