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# Debt

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Irish Banking Federation agrees new initiative to help distressed borrowers
New guide published on insolvency in Ireland
New insolvency regime may not help troubled mortgage holders - Troika
Annual savings up 10 per cent on last year
Samaritans report rise in family and financial worries
Let's get fiscal: Obama to host talks on looming cliff at White House
Explainer: What is the 'fiscal cliff' and why does it matter?
Worst of the euro crisis is 'behind us', says German finance minister
Chevron Training successfully exits examinership
Two-thirds of Irish people want to keep the euro
NAMA redeems €1.5 billion in bonds
Column: What would it take for Ireland to escape the Anglo promissory note?
Sarah McCabe
Column: 11 tips to avoid getting into debt this Christmas
Michael Culloty
TD calls on banks to be "more humane and compassionate" with borrowers
Government agrees to close loophole preventing banks repossessing homes
Court registered judgements against debtors top €1 billion in 2012
Shatter welcomes AIB comments on mortgage write-offs
Column: Four years of crisis, and still no clear deal on mortgage debt
David Hall
Almost half of people are not saving at all - survey
Survey: Almost half of primary schools in deficit
Eurozone finance ministers meet (yet again) to try to fix Greece
Clashes erupt in Europe anti-austerity protests
EU says deal on Basel III bank rules possible next month
Spain freezes home evictions in worst cases
One quarter of Irish people ‘will be paying for Christmas’ in New Year
Disposable income and household savings up in second quarter
Greek protests erupt into violence ahead of austerity vote
Guten Morgen: Enda Kenny to meet Angela Merkel in Berlin today
NAMA CEO expresses "anger and disappointment" in former employee
Junior Minister: Bank debt deal negotiations best done in private
Ireland's cost of borrowing stable as €500 million raised on markets
Portugal government faces backlash over austerity
Department of Finance head: Debt should be written off for those who really can't pay
S&P downgrades Spain two notches
Moody's give new ESM an AAA rating - but outlook is negative
The Evening Fix... now with added Tetris
Aaron McKenna: How we all missed the week’s biggest story
Aaron McKenna
France introduces 75 per cent income tax rate for millionaires
Column: Making employers pay for sick leave is simply not fair
Ian Martin