CNBC Reporting from Dublin

Expose the lot of them

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CNBC are currently reporting from Dublin. Interesting discussion, Ireland simply cannot sustain the level of interest payments required. Taking about debt for equity and the banks being picked off by "vulture funds"

Ireland seems to be a relatively easy fix
Ireland remains attractive

Infrastructure still sound
 


Astral Peaks

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CNBC are currently reporting from Dublin. Interesting discussion, Ireland simply cannot sustain the level of interest payments required. Taking about debt for equity and the banks being picked off by "vulture funds"

Ireland seems to be a relatively easy fix
Ireland remains attractive

Infrastructure still sound
Was it CNBC staff saying "debt for equity" or an outside commentator?

This approach is getting a lot of air today, DMcW was on PK at 10.15 saying this, Gurdjiev agreeing with him.
 

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So the experts are saying what the dogs in the street know as regards this level of interest repayments cannot be sustained yet all the rats who jumped ship on Monday are back supporting the budget. How can Kitt, O'Flynn, Andrews, Lowry, JHR et al really be considered by any potential voters as the best option available?
 

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Jeez thanksgiving? what?................
 

Cassandra Syndrome

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Get Rick Santelli in for the "for more on this, we have" section of the business part of the RTE News at One as opposed to the usual mind numbing snakeoil salesmen from whatever is left of the Stockbrokers.
 

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What happens if Portugal, or Spain go before we sign of budget/agree to IMF terms?
 

Cassandra Syndrome

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What happens if Portugal, or Spain go before we sign of budget/agree to IMF terms?
Its becoming more like the last scene in Hamlet by the day.
 

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But with very very slow-acting poison. :)
 

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The Germans will most likely form a Nordic-Euro bloc with a new currency and let the walking dead fringe economies sort themselves out.
 


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