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Eurozone debt woes; Protesters cleared; DAA chief expected lower salary; O'Brien and Eircom; Sean Quinn's bank account; Germany's responsibility; Ryanair and Aer Lingus; and more.

16th November, 2011
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Eurozone debt woes; Protesters cleared; DAA chief expected lower salary; O'Brien and Eircom; Sean Quinn's bank account; Germany's responsibility; Ryanair and Aer Lingus; and more.

* Eurozone markets suffered a mass sell-off on Tuesday as investor fears spread beyond Italy and Spain to triple A rated France, Austria, Finland and the Netherlands.

* Occupy Wall Street protesters and New York police clashed in Zuccotti Park, as Swiss and London also began action to clear protestors.

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