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A good day December 17, 2012

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1. Jonathan - December 17, 2012

As if the above weren’t bad enough, how about this slice of sickening flattery from the IT?http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/opinion/2012/1217/1224327922953.html

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2. WorldbyStorm - December 17, 2012

It says it all doctorfive, it really does.

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3. doctorfive - December 17, 2012

And another €180,000,000 before the year out.

€19,911,338,474 total for this year, all bank debt and the Irish Times thinks it’s us who should be thanking bondholders.

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WorldbyStorm - December 17, 2012

It’s a detachment from what is going on at the everyday level that is genuinely OIympian. These people either have no idea or just don’t care. It is as simple as that.

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4. Richard Keogh (@GreySombrero) - December 17, 2012
5. Good Days for Financial Parasites, Friends of the Fine Gael-Labour Government « Tomás Ó Flatharta - December 18, 2012

[...] on Dec 17. Check out who’s paying out, by hitting ‘A good day’ below. http://cedarlounge.wordpress.com/2012/12/17/a-good-day/ BoI (Bank of Ireland) and EBS (now merged with AIB). They are paying ‘Senior [...]

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6. Reality bites - December 18, 2012

Might be a good time to point out here that Bank of Ireland raised €1 billion through senior bond auction in November and a further €250 million in a subordinated bond last week.
It also wants out of the Bank guarantee scheme.

http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/bank-of-ireland-succeeds-in-raising-1bn-on-bond-markets-3291825.html

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2012/1213/1224327803344.html

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