Thursday June 4, 2020

WEEK IN REVIEW: what made the headlines

A rundown of the main stories that were in the news since last Monday, including the troika, James Reilly, Spanish cutbacks, RTÉ's new man and Goldman Sachs on Ireland's Olympic prospects.

13th July, 2012
Health minister James Reilly delivers his statement in the Dáil.


**Spanish bond yield** tops seven per cent ahead of EU meeting.

**Finance minister Michael Noonan** said the government will be “ambitious” in trying to renegotiate the terms of its bailout agreement.

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