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Ireland's Internet Newspaper

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    Wolfgang Münchau, associate editor of the Financial Times, believes catastrophe is coming if a deal is not struck by December 9.

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    US president Barack Obama has weighed in with a call for EU countries to find a solution to the spiralling debt crisis.

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    The Taoiseach says the only way to solve Europe’s debt crisis is to tap the European Central Bank’s “infinite capability”.

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    There’s little respite for Greece, though, which is asked to pay a higher yield on an experimental auction of short-term bonds.

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    The European Financial Stability Fund says it issued €3bn in three-year bonds, at a rate over four times cheaper than we’d get.

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  • 01/05/12--12:03: The Daily Fix: Thursday
  • In tonight’s fix: Warnings over mortgage interest relief, Phil Hogan’s website woes, Vita Cortex owner “can’t move money” – and a solution to modern dinner part complaints?

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    Citigroup’s chief economist Willem Buiter says Ireland should have a second funding deal wrapped up before the first one runs out.

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    Tony Foley said only borrowing more billions from the EFSF would save Ireland from paying punitive interest rates on financial markets.

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    Ireland’s first bailout is performing well, says a spokesman for Olli Rehn – so it’s “not particularly useful” to discuss a second one.

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    A French downgrade is bad news for us, too – because Europe’s bailout fund is also likely to be downgraded by S&P.

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    Standard & Poor’s downgrades the European Financial Stability Fund, meaning our future loans will probably cost us more.

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    The EFSF sells six-month bills with an average interest rate of 0.2664 per cent – despite being downgraded yesterday.

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    Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal team says it has seen a draft of treaty.

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    The Finance Minister will try to get a better deal on Ireland’s bailout as he holds talks with the European Central Bank president today.

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    The EFSF issues a new round of 6-month bills – with interest rates significantly lower than at the same time last month.

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  • 02/29/12--08:47: The 5 at 5: Wednesday
  • 5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

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    The finance minister says it makes sense that countries seeking bailout funds must first apply “sensible budgetary policies”.

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    The 17 eurozone finance ministers will meet in Copehagen for two days of discussions concerning the size of the bailout fund available to countries.

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    A German newspaper report says the Bundesbank won’t take Irish, Greek or Portuguese bonds from banks any more.

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    The debate about what would happen if Ireland votes no is based on worst case scenarios. We should focus on real alternatives, write Michael Taft and Tom McDonnell.

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