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    Default #VINB Mon 4/2/2013: Troika merry-go-round?


    Donal Donovan, Formerly with IMF CPA Annual Conference Preview - Dr. Donal Donovan, Former Deputy Director, IMF - CPA Ireland
    Tom Healy, Nevin Economic Research Institute NERI Staff » The Nevin Economic Research Institute » Nevin Economic Research Institute
    Niamh Lyons, Political correspondent Irish Daily Mail https://twitter.com/niamh_lyons
    Peter Mathews, FG TD Dublin South Peter Mathews (politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is a whiff of promissory note about tonight‘s show! An exit strategy for Ireland from the bailout was the focus of talks between the Government and EU-IMF-ECB Troika lenders last week. But, attention is now this week on how to get the long-term unemployed back into employment as well as options for when Ireland plans to leave the bailout programme at the end of 2013.

    Will the ECB shoulder some of the pain and stand behind the currency by intervening in bond sales, if necessary? Will the EU Commission allow Ireland to extend the terms of its bailout programme?

    Attention during the Ninth Troika Mission will also turn to how banks are dealing with troubled mortgages and loans and the strengthening of the banks. The Government is required to publish bank details on "loan modifications, including re-defaults of modified loans, to permit analysis of the effectiveness of alternative resolution approaches in improving debt service performance", the deal with the Troika says.

    So how are we doing? A good show is on the cards for tonight. … and with Peter Mathews back will he now answer some questions unlike his turn last week when his only contribution seemed to be to smile ? …



    Tax take, current spending rise in January - RTÉ News
    Troika report suggests measures to tackle debt - RTÉ News
    Troika raises possibility of 'comfort funding' - The Irish Times - Fri, Jan 25, 2013
    Congress warns Troika on €64bn bank debt - Business - Business | Ireland's online business and management news service - Businessandleadership.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman Bates View Post

    Donal Donovan, Formerly with IMF CPA Annual Conference Preview - Dr. Donal Donovan, Former Deputy Director, IMF - CPA Ireland
    Tom Healy, Nevin Economic Research Institute NERI Staff » The Nevin Economic Research Institute » Nevin Economic Research Institute
    Niamh Lyons, Political correspondent Irish Daily Mail https://twitter.com/niamh_lyons
    Peter Mathews, FG TD Dublin South Peter Mathews (politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is a whiff of promissory note about tonight‘s show! An exit strategy for Ireland from the bailout was the focus of talks between the Government and EU-IMF-ECB Troika lenders last week. But, attention is now this week on how to get the long-term unemployed back into employment as well as options for when Ireland plans to leave the bailout programme at the end of 2013.

    Will the ECB shoulder some of the pain and stand behind the currency by intervening in bond sales, if necessary? Will the EU Commission allow Ireland to extend the terms of its bailout programme?

    Attention during the Ninth Troika Mission will also turn to how banks are dealing with troubled mortgages and loans and the strengthening of the banks. The Government is required to publish bank details on "loan modifications, including re-defaults of modified loans, to permit analysis of the effectiveness of alternative resolution approaches in improving debt service performance", the deal with the Troika says.

    So how are we doing? A good show is on the cards for tonight. … and with Peter Mathews back will he now answer some questions unlike his turn last week when his only contribution seemed to be to smile ? …



    Tax take, current spending rise in January - RTÉ News
    Troika report suggests measures to tackle debt - RTÉ News
    Troika raises possibility of 'comfort funding' - The Irish Times - Fri, Jan 25, 2013
    Congress warns Troika on €64bn bank debt - Business - Business | Ireland's online business and management news service - Businessandleadership.com


    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...ry-2012-a.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...llowances.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...note-deal.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/justice...ory-notes.html

    Paper preview:
    A N Other, blah

    Previous #VINB: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backsta...iminality.html

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    Good OP, Norm.
    Cry your hardest now, it opens the lungs, washes the countenance, exercises the eyes and softens down the temper. So cry away.

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    Donal and Peter for this topic, good line up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norman Bates View Post

    Donal Donovan, Formerly with IMF CPA Annual Conference Preview - Dr. Donal Donovan, Former Deputy Director, IMF - CPA Ireland
    Tom Healy, Nevin Economic Research Institute NERI Staff » The Nevin Economic Research Institute » Nevin Economic Research Institute
    Niamh Lyons, Political correspondent Irish Daily Mail https://twitter.com/niamh_lyons
    Peter Mathews, FG TD Dublin South Peter Mathews (politician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There is a whiff of promissory note about tonight‘s show! An exit strategy for Ireland from the bailout was the focus of talks between the Government and EU-IMF-ECB Troika lenders last week. But, attention is now this week on how to get the long-term unemployed back into employment as well as options for when Ireland plans to leave the bailout programme at the end of 2013.

    Will the ECB shoulder some of the pain and stand behind the currency by intervening in bond sales, if necessary? Will the EU Commission allow Ireland to extend the terms of its bailout programme?

    Attention during the Ninth Troika Mission will also turn to how banks are dealing with troubled mortgages and loans and the strengthening of the banks. The Government is required to publish bank details on "loan modifications, including re-defaults of modified loans, to permit analysis of the effectiveness of alternative resolution approaches in improving debt service performance", the deal with the Troika says.

    So how are we doing? A good show is on the cards for tonight. … and with Peter Mathews back will he now answer some questions unlike his turn last week when his only contribution seemed to be to smile ? …



    Tax take, current spending rise in January - RTÉ News
    Troika report suggests measures to tackle debt - RTÉ News
    Troika raises possibility of 'comfort funding' - The Irish Times - Fri, Jan 25, 2013
    Congress warns Troika on €64bn bank debt - Business - Business | Ireland's online business and management news service - Businessandleadership.com


    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...ry-2012-a.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...llowances.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/economy...note-deal.html
    http://www.politics.ie/forum/justice...ory-notes.html

    Paper preview:
    A N Other, blah

    Previous #VINB: http://www.politics.ie/forum/backsta...iminality.html

    Online: Aertv | Watch Irish TV live online Or tv3 catch-up through: Catch-up TV, Entertainment, News, Sport, Soaps and all your favourite Irish and International shows from TV3
    Deja Vu.

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    niamh !!!!!



    and peter matthews so there should be a good debate.

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    Scheduling conflict - Beavis and Butthead in on 3e at 11.
    Regards...jmcc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    Scheduling conflict - Beavis and Butthead in on 3e at 11.
    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    Scheduling conflict - Beavis and Butthead in on 3e at 11.
    Set you own thread up for Beavis and Butthead, don't be piggy-backing on this one.

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    How come you have the info tonight so early?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottovonbismarck View Post
    How come you have the info tonight so early?
    Don't really know. Guess it's because tv3 didn't have to spend the whole day looking for a Government spokesperson. Peter Mathews is probably wearing his banker's hat tonight ... blah! blah! I am only talking in a personal capacity ... don't be asking me awkward questions about Baldy, Vinny.

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