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IrishExaminer – Portugal To Bail Out Largest Listed Bank – 5 August 2014

Irish Examiner

By Sergio Goncalves

Portugal will spend €4.9bn to rescue its largest listed bank, testing the eurozone’s resilience to another banking crisis just months after Lisbon exited an international bailout.

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IrishExaminer – Arson Attack On Sinn Féin Office – 28 July 2014

Irish Examiner

Sinn Fein’s constituency office in Derry has been targeted by arsonists.

The incident happened in Eastway Street.

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IrishExaminer – Central Bank Loses €75M On Its Gold Deposits – 21 July 2014

Irish Examiner

The Central Bank last year recorded a paper loss of €75m on its gold deposits, new figures show.

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IrishExaminer – Troika Concludes Interim Check-Up Of Greece’s Performance Under Bailout – 17 July 2014

Irish Examiner

Inspectors from Greece’s EU/IMF lenders said yesterday that they had concluded a short, interim check-up of the country’s performance under its bailout and will return for a more comprehensive audit in late September.

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IrishExaminer – Merkel Says Euro Region Is Still ‘Fragile’ – 14 July 2014

Irish Examiner

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said turmoil in global markets caused by a Portuguese bank, underscores the euro region’s fragility and shows the need for governments to respect debt and deficit limits.

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IrishExaminer – ECB To Limit Bank Stress Tests Input – 12 July 2014

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(Lucas: the easing down on the even in any way stupid stress tests shows how deep the banks are in trouble. But of course people are still listening to the “fake”recovery news and other stories and do not see the impending down fall of the banking sector as the system can not run on nothing and people will not accept the unlawful taking from and the inhumane treatment for making us responsible and accountable  for the criminal actions, fraud, deceit, etc. We need to do things differently and that means not a reset of that what caused it in the first place but building something new.)

The ECB plans to limit the amount of data it carries over from an ongoing asset review into a subsequent stress test as it tries to manage the burden from its unprecedented health check of eurozone lenders.

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IrishExaminer – Italy Delays Settlement Of Debt Arrears – 7 July 2014

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Italy will settle the debt arrears it owes to private sector suppliers by the end of this year, economy minister Pier Carlo Padoan said in a newspaper interview yesterday, pushing back previous commitments.

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IrishExaminer – European Commission Widens Probe Into How Multinationals Cut Tax Bills – 7 July 2014

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The European Commission is widening its probe into how multinationals use countries such as Luxembourg to cut their tax bill, an official with knowledge of the matter said yesterday.

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IrishExaminer – Risk Of Major Oil Price Surge – 23 June 2014

Irish Examiner

Iraq will be foremost in investors’ minds as oil price risk has returned to markets, complicating the task for central banks whose policies are beginning to diverge for the first time since the global financial crisis.

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IrishExaminer – (AIB) Bank Will Apply To High Court To Simplify Capital Structure – 20 June 2014

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AIB will apply to the High Court to simplify its share capital structure, it told shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) yesterday.

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