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# Promissory Note

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Failure on debt deal would have 'catastrophic effect on Ireland' - Tánaiste
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore will address world leaders – including Angela Merkel – in Chile today as hopes for a deal on Ireland’s bank debt took a blow last night and the opposition criticised the government’s lack of openness.
Gilmore expects promissory note deal before next payment is due
The Tánaiste believes negotiations with the ECB to avert the next €3.06 billion repayment will be finished in time.
Public sector pay cuts not ruled out, increments on the table - Taoiseach
In a wide-ranging interview with RTÉ, the Taoiseach also said that he was “not in the business of providing abortion on demand” and said the Anglo promissory note would be restructured.
Central Bank governor believes there will be 'permanent loan modifications'
Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan was before the Oireachtas Finance committee this afternoon.
In last bondholder payment of 2012, BoI pays out nearly €40 million
The only one of Ireland’s main banks not under State control makes the final payment to bondholders today bringing to over €20 billion the amount paid out by it and other banks this year.
Column: What would it take for Ireland to escape the Anglo promissory note?
Pat Rabbitte has said Ireland won’t make the €3billion payment. But the real situation is much bleaker, writes Sarah McCabe.
Here is the week's news...skewed
Breaking via The Mire wire: Kerry priest tells children there is no God; Government pledge to help homeowners become homeless; Craig Doyle = why?
Government will not pay €3.1bn promissory note for former Anglo Irish Bank in March - Rabbitte
The Minister says he is confident of winning over the European Central Bank on the matter before March.
Varadkar: I don't see why we should pay the €3bn promissory note next year
The government is trying to do a deal on Anglo debt to avoid having to pay the €3 billion in March -but the ECB is warning that it may not be possible.
Interview: ‘Ireland’s EU Presidency will make no difference’ – Shane Ross
The independent TD tells that Government ministers are in denial about the depth of our crisis.
Taoiseach rejects Greek-style Anglo promissory deal
But Kenny said the Government is seeking a new deal that is like “a replacement of a bank overdraft with a very long term mortgage”.
Opposition bemoans lack of progress on bank deal after Schauble visit
Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin both criticise Noonan and Howlin for failing to extract public commitments from the German minister.
Noonan and Howlin to meet with German finance minister today
Michael Noonan and Brendan Howlin meet with Wolfgang Schauble at Farmleigh House in Dublin today where discussions on Ireland’s legacy bank debt are sure to come up.
The Evening Fix... now with added Tetris
Here are the things we learned, shared and loved today.
Bank of Ireland shareholders approve complex promissory note - bond deal
Shareholders at the bank voted overwhelmingly in favour of the deal that was first announced by the Finance Minister in March.
So far...2012 tax take ahead of target
Tax revenues of €8.72 billion are over 10 per cent ahead of end-March profiles with increases in income, corporation and VAT intakes.
The Daily Fix: Saturday
Your essential news round-up from the day’s main happenings, plus the little bits you may have missed.
Central Bank Governor questioned over repayment of the Anglo promissory note
Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan is addressing the Oireachtas on Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform this afternoon.
Central Bank governor before Oireachtas Finance Committee today
Patrick Honohan is due to answer questions over the Anglo Irish promissory note repayment and the emergency liquidity provided to banks during the crisis.
Paddy doesn't know and lubricant of credit: The week in quotes
“Take off like a rocket”
Government urged to follow Spain's lead in EU budget talks
Meanwhile, Olli Rehn dashes any hopes of avoiding paying the €3.1 bn promissory note due on 31 March.