Sunday February 23, 2020

Ireland tries to keep its distance from Greek drama

In its efforts to show it’s in better shape than Athens, the Irish government may try to stay out of the markets for longer than previously planned

25th June, 2011

The spin from the EU summit in Brussels is that everything will be fine.

Greece will get more money, provided it signs up to more cuts, and Ireland’s rescue programme is ‘‘on track’’.

However, the financial markets don’t believe it.

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