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Argentine economist draws parallels with Ireland

Argentine economist draws parallels with Ireland

A leading Argentine economist has drawn parallels between the junior bondholders in Anglo Irish Bank and the so-called ‘vulture funds’ that are demanding full payment of Argentine sovereign debt.

Banking Inquiry week 11: Call for access to unredacted PwC report into banks

Banking Inquiry week 11: Call for access to unredacted PwC report into banks

Hobbs scales back work commitments to devote himself to Renua party

Hobbs scales back work commitments to devote himself to Renua party

Businessman Eddie Hobbs has stepped down from several of his commercial interests in order to prioritise his political work with Lucinda Creighton’s new party Renua.

Market Talk

Market Talk

Mario Draghi’s QE drive is fuelling growth, though it hasn’t yet fed into the wider European economy

What exactly are we commemorating?

What exactly are we commemorating?

Confusion surrounds plans for the Rising’s centenary. Perhaps that is strangely appropriate

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            Catholic curriculum

Last Post: FG lays out the future Catholic curriculum

It’s time for some long-term thinking

It’s time for some long-term thinking

The economic recovery gives us a chance to do what we have failed to do in the past – implement policies for the long term. We should start with the pensions crisis

Noonan must be wary of a giveaway budget

Noonan must be wary of a giveaway budget

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The Irish media is campaigning for abortion

The Irish media is campaigning for abortion

Driving mortgage rates down may be bad move

Driving mortgage rates down may be bad move

Being an entrepreneur is hard

Being an entrepreneur is hard

It’s important that we don’t conflate the challenges of enterprise with suffering for a kind of greater good

FG to oppose solo school run on quota

FG to oppose solo school run on quota

Debt deal angst at Taoiseach’s department

Debt deal angst at Taoiseach’s department

The great repossession conundrum

The great repossession conundrum

The government is keen to avoid scenes of families being evicted from their homes