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# Banking System

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Damien Kiberd: We recover part of our sovereignty - but banks still losing their senses
The target borrower for banks is often a high net worth individual living overseas: ordinary owner-occupiers can go and whistle.
50 jobs lost as Citi Bank announce Waterford office closure
The Waterford branch will close by the end of the year.
Noonan: €1.2 billion of pension reserves already committed
That leaves about €4.5 billion in the pot.
ECB's lending to banks is now at nearly €50bn
The loans – which are for the unusually long period of six months – are aimed at steadying the banking system.
Poll: Should the Irish public be given shares in bailed-out banks?
The UK is considering creating ‘people’s banks’ by distributing shares in certain banks to members of the public.
British and Dutch governments to sue Iceland over lost billions
The British and Dutch governments are preparing to sue Iceland after the country’s electorate rejected a second proposal to repay billions of euro of lost deposits.
Poll: Are you confident that the full extent of the black hole in Irish banking will be exposed today?
Today’s stress tests are expected to draw a line under the banking crisis. But are you confident we’ll know the full story at last?
Budget cuts won't save Ireland: Nobel laureate
Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz explains how only investment in education and infrastructure will bring the country out of economic crisis.