Eurozone finmins have agreed to give Ireland and Portugal more time to repay their bailouts as a...


Eurozone finmins have agreed to give Ireland and Portugal more time to repay their bailouts as a reward for their good behavior vis-a-vis austerity. The decision comes after Ireland enjoyed a stunningly successful return to the markets last week with a sale of 10-year debt.
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  • DeepValueLover
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    Ireland proves that austerity, when done properly, works.

     

    You can't keep applying Band-Aids to the problem...you must deal with it head on and get the pain out of the way.

     

    We need Irish-style financial regulators in America.
    17 Mar 2013, 11:08 AM Reply Like
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