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# Bondholders

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ECB admits firesale of Irish assets wouldn't be prudent: Taoiseach
Speaking after the two-day EU summit, Enda Kenny said the government would wait until stress tests results are out before deciding bondholder issues.
Kenny to announce bondholder 'burden-sharing' plan at EU summit, says Coveney
Minister Coveney says in an interview that the Taoiseach is prepared to unveil a new plan for sharing Ireland’s debt burden.
Two questions you must ask your candidates when they knock on your door
Economist Ronan Lyons unveils the two questions every voter should ask when the election candidates come calling.
Legislation to ensure bondholders share hit could be introduced before Christmas
Ireland could be among the first EU countries to introduce new legislation under which senior bondholders would carry part of the burden of future banking crises.
EU/IMF push for bondholders to share Ireland's bailout burden
Europe and the IMF are keen for the private sector to bear some of the burden of the rescue effort.
Lenihan subjected to chimp noises by Citigroup investors
Citi investors heckle, jeer and make chimp noises during conference call with Finance Minister Brian Lenihan.