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# Debt Crisis

All time
Opposition parties disappointed in EU treaty
Government working to reduce size of Anglo bill
Kenny: Government has "nothing to fear" from an EU referendum
Poll: How would you vote in a referendum on the new EU treaty?
IMF: Eurozone debt crisis to slow down the world economy
Hungary could lose EU funding over failure to sort domestic budget
Lagarde: Deeper integration necessary to end euro crisis
IMF set to raise $500bn in bid to boost lending power
Kenny says no decision due on holding of EU referendum
S&P runs riot in the eurozone: France loses AAA rating as Portugal turns to junk
Ireland plans to return to bond markets this year
Good news for the euro? Italian bond yields fall below 5 per cent
Latest draft of EU deal raises further questions of Irish referendum
Column: I don't have political leanings - but neither, it seems, has Labour
Nick Leeson
Lagarde: The euro will survive 2012
Euro nears 12-month low after poor demand at German auction
Greece: If we can't finalise second bailout, we'll have to leave the euro
'Super Mario' encouraged by drop in Italy's borrowing costs
Recessions, downgrades and Super Mario - 2011: the year in money
Italian parliament passes vote of confidence in Monti's government
ECB reports biggest-ever demand from banks for cheap loans
Euro members agree €150bn in new loans to IMF - but UK opts out
The single image that explains what happens if we leave the euro
Hold the phone: EU finance ministers to hold teleconference over debt crisis
Lagarde: Europe's problems can't be solved by Europe alone
UK to play observer role in fiscal union negotiations
Referendum will effectively decide whether Ireland wants to keep the euro – Noonan
DUP MPs warn that EU deal may hit Ireland's corporation tax
Belgium, Spain and bailout fund perform better in bond auctions
Barroso hails Euro deal - but slams UK's "impossible" demands
Kenny to brief opposition leaders on Brussels deal
Irish remain generally positive towards the euro - CNN poll
What's in the new EU deal - and what does it mean for Ireland?
Hungary may adopt new EU deal - with UK veto the only obstacle to Treaty change
In full: the deal struck by 26 of the 27 EU members
UK and Hungary veto plans for EU Treaty change after all-night talks
Kenny and Sarkozy underline differences ahead of crunch EU summit
“We are not printing punts” – Central Bank responds to WSJ ‘printing press’ report
EU leaders head to Brussels for make-or-break euro summit