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# Default

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# Stress Tests
Stress test scenario of 50,000 repossessions "very aggressive"
The economist’s view: Ronan Lyons says the aim of the game is to convince the markets that Irish banks are still open.
# Default Republic?
AIB says payment ‘will be made’ following rumours of default on bond interest repayments
AIB insisted that “payment will be made” after a rumour that Ireland has missed a scheduled interest payment on its bonds sent the price of short-term borrowing spiralling earlier today.
# Default
Ireland among 18 countries deemed 'most likely' to default
List compiled using data from Bloomberg and market analysts CMA Datavision features all the usual suspects – including Ireland.
# Default
Irish default "not on the cards": Rehn
Olli Rehn has warned that burning senior bondholders is not “on the agenda” – meanwhile the governor of the Central Bank has said that Anglo would not have been guaranteed if the state had known the true size of its losses.
# Default
'Shock' among EU ministers over Irish default talk - Lenihan
Brian Lenihan says his Eurozone counterparts are in “considerable shock” over discussions to default on its debt.
# Poll
Poll: Bailout or default?
Ireland agreed to a multibillion euro bailout over the weekend – but should we have taken the default option and left the euro? Have your say.
# Default
Suggestions of Irish default drove Europeans "mad": report
Sunday Independent source says that European delegates negotiationg Ireland’s bailout deal were not interested in entertaining any thoughts on debt default.
# Bailout
Rogue trader Nick Leeson's advice to Ireland: ignore IMF and default
Galway United CEO says Ireland should turn away from the IMF and default before it’s “too late”.
# Live
Bonds hit all-time record as default fears continue
The interest rate on Irish government borrowings brushed a record 6.1%, amid fears the IMF may be called in.
# Anglo
International attitude to Anglo remains cynical
Although Lenihan insists that Anglo’s costs are “manageable” investors are afraid the cost of bailing out the bank is too high for Ireland.