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# Debt

All time
Colm McCarthy: Irish bank debt was incurred "under threats" from ECB
Column: It’s not enough to help people in debt. We must look at the big picture
Noeline Blackwell
Honohan: Banks aren't solely to blame for state of the Irish economy
Fitch ratings agency upgrades Greece
Howlin says a 'better deal on debt' would improve voting atmosphere
Exchequer figures show deficit and tax revenue rise
Declan Ganley: I'll join either Yes or No campaign for referendum
ESRI: Austerity is working - and there are few other alternatives
'It makes no economic sense': Sale of state assets criticised by opposition
Fitch: 'Highly likely' that Greece will default soon
Eurozone agrees on new €130 billion bailout deal for Greece
The Daily Fix: Friday
Greek debt deal 'not enough' to save country - diplomat
Daily Fix: Wednesday
"The time for burning bondholders is gone": economists address promissory notes
14th EU-China Summit to focus on 'strengthening cooperation'
Moody's downgrades six European countries - and warns of more to come
Merkel and Sarkozy 'allowed to hijack' eurozone policy-making, says Anglo chairman
Nama to claw back €500million in assets
'My parents screwed me for €45m' - Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario
Central Banker to present personal debt stats to Oireachtas committee
UCD students fail in bid to overturn sacking of students' union staff
Leaders still struggling to find a deal for Greece as 15,000 jobs cut from civil service
Column: Don’t know how to deal with banks? Get to know the code
George Mordaunt
Column: Here’s who the Anglo payment may have gone to – and it’s not pretty
Fergal Browne
Sort it out: Europe's top clubs warned on rising debts
Column: Today, we’ll pay €1.25billion to bondholders. This must be stopped
Andy Storey
Watch: Obama calls for a fairer economy in State of the Union address
Katie Price urges closer EU fiscal union but warns against quantitative easing
Is today the most depressing day of the year?
Column: Ireland faces a decade of austerity – so let’s not waste it
Aaron McKenna
Ireland faces austerity 'for as long as anyone can look forward'
Five companies a day went out of business in 2011
Irish people worried about money and their jobs in the year ahead - survey
Stocks slide over signs of jitters at European banks
Column: Your bank, your debt or your mental health - which will crack first?
George Mordaunt
Eircom shareholders resign from boards over rejection of debt deal
Better deal for Ireland if we pass EU referendum? Government says maybe...