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    Quote Originally Posted by jpc View Post
    Sounds like he isn't on the leash or "on message" anymore.
    definitely seems that way... maybe his patience has snapped

    that or Vincent has finally worn him down
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    Just been getting some ear ache for posting the above post. What is the matter with folk? It's Valentines Day and Barroso has blown a kiss my ass to Cameron.
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    When people say "recapitalise", don't they really mean, we need to give the German, French and UK banks another 60 billion?

    Because its not as if we will ever see this money again within the Irish banking system.

    I'd love to know where the black hole is that all this money goes into. All I know is its transferred from the poor and middle income people to banks to cover the mistakes of rich folks like Fingers Fingleton, Sean Fitzpatrick, Sean Dunne and the Quinn family.

    Re-capitalisation is a sham.
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    Barclays Bank have announced the closure of their 'Tax Avoidance Unit' after pressure from the German and British governments and their faltering reputation after one too many scandals. They have also announced the loss of 3,700 jobs. BBC News - Barclays to close 'tax avoidance' unit That's now over 23,000 lost jobs in the Banking Sector over the past few months in Europe.
    Dutch bank ING have shed 2,400 jobs. BBC News - Dutch bank ING to cut another 2,400 jobs
    Commerzbank shed 6,000 jobs
    Swiss bank UBS shed 10,000 and have closed their 'Tax Avoidance Unit' resulting in British and German "investors" facing court proceedings.
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    Jens Wiedmann said the deal came close to breaking a ban on the monetary financing of Governments.


    Anglo debt deal: ECB’s Mario Draghi says bank to examine further promissory note swap
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    Good bit of Vindication for Peter the Brave here

    In the case of AIB, Permanent TSB and Bank of Ireland, this could involve a further bailout from the exchequer. All three have already received significant State funding since the collapse of the economy in late 2008.


    Central Bank plans to force banks to writedown value of problem mortgages - Financial Services News | Business News | The Irish Times - Wed, Mar 13, 2013

    Today's relaunch of the Insolvency Bill's relaunch is only a chatshow without the Bill even enacted...



    I'm waitin to see Pat Kenny appointed to Minister for Chit-Chat next...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dublin 4 View Post
    Good bit of Vindication for Peter the Brave here





    Central Bank plans to force banks to writedown value of problem mortgages - Financial Services News | Business News | The Irish Times - Wed, Mar 13, 2013

    Today's relaunch of the Insolvency Bill's relaunch is only a chatshow without the Bill even enacted...



    I'm waitin to see Pat Kenny appointed to Minister for Chit-Chat next...
    Noonan on Matt Cooper show says Irish banks best capitalised in europe and have adequate provisions for mortgage issues.
    It seems he and Peter are not on the same wave length.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sport02 View Post
    Noonan on Matt Cooper show says Irish banks best capitalised in europe and have adequate provisions for mortgage issues.
    It seems he and Peter are not on the same wave length.
    Dan White in the Sunday Indo spells it out more clearly. White has been spot on with regard to Irish Banks throughout the crisis.

    Dan White: Mortgage arrears could force BoI into State ownership - Independent.ie
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    Quote Originally Posted by sport02 View Post
    Noonan on Matt Cooper show says Irish banks best capitalised in europe and have adequate provisions for mortgage issues.
    It seems he and Peter are not on the same wave length.
    sure sure , noonan is a proven liar , matthews is at least honest
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