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SBP editorial: The hard lessons of Anglo, ten years on

13th January, 2019

As the global equity markets tank and Irish property stocks suffer severe sell-offs, one could be mistaken for thinking another financial crash à la 2008 is building up.

The echoes of the recent past are easy to spot - surging residential property prices, a forest of cranes on the Dublin skyline and above-inflation public sector pay claims are making everything seem a lot like a decade ago.

This feeling is made all the more tangible by...

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