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The Annals of the Hundred Islands
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  • February 6, 2016, 01:00

(...) the markets. We see in our mind’s eye the lovely citizens in their apparel so unlike our own. Their(...)

Telecoms company Eir is seeking to raise at least €350 million to take out a high-interest bond.

(...) paper, which it issued in 2013 in its first foray on to debt markets after its 2012 examinership. A(...)

The whole basis of the forecasts is that economic growth will continue at a steady pace for the next five years

(...) pace for the next five years. This may happen, but talk to anyone in business and the markets now and(...)

Argument still surrounds the validity of figures deployed by particular parties but there is nothing to stop them setting out whatever “fiscal space” they wish. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

(...) spent without breaking domestic or EU law. Financial markets would be likely to take a very dim view of(...)

A simmering feud has erupted.  Crime scene at the Regency  Hotel. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish and UK markets. Dispute However, Hutch had been in dispute with the gang and when a botched(...)

LinkedIn was down close to 45 per cent at $106.03 after plunging as low as $102, wiping out about $11 billion of market value

(...) markets that it is too early to take a Federal Reserve March hike completely off the table,” said Mohamed(...)

Investors use ratings agency standings to guide decisions on where to put their money

(...), which he made when the State was locked out of financial markets and its 10-year bond yields peaked(...)

 Michael Hasenstab, Templeton Global Bond Fund: has  exited his Irish position, but says the bonds should continue to perform well.

(...) his 2011 Irish bet, which he made when the country was locked out of financial markets and its 10-year(...)

Plans for Liffey Valley shopping centre in west Dublin  include an ice skating arena and up to 60 new shops, as well as the development of a major plaza under a glazed canopy.

(...) supply we are currently seeing in office and residential markets.” Karen O’Sullivan, the president of(...)

An upgrade to ‘A’ would raise the average rating assigned to Ireland by the three main ratings agencies - Fitch, Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s- one notch

(...) sanctions imposed on Russia, one of its main export markets, and it now faces an anti-austerity uprising. A(...)