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# Repayment

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# Travel
Ryanair says it owes no money to travel agents, denies claims that airline is causing refund 'logjam'
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said last week that there is no backlog and all refunds have been issued.
# Repayment
Ireland gets approval for early repayment of €5.5 billion in bailout loans
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has this will save Ireland €150 million over the remaining life of the loans.
# Christmas Bonus
Irish Water to start repaying customers from Monday
Refunds totalling €173 million will be paid to 990,000 customers.
# Repayment
AIB is going to start paying back some of those billions to Ireland
Shareholders will vote today on a number of measures.
# roll over
Greece will miss an IMF repayment (but promises to pay before July)
Its other repayments will be combined into one.
# No way
Enda doesn't see 'any circumstances' in which Anglo junior bondholders will be paid
The government is playing down fears that Anglo junior bondholders are in line for repayment.
# Debt Burden
Noonan holds "positive" talks with EU on paying back our debts
The Finance Minister was speaking after he met with Mario Draghi and other leaders of EU institutions.
# This Charming Man
Michael Noonan's going on a European charm offensive worth hundreds of millions
The Minister is looking to seal a deal for early repayment of our IMF loans, which would bring down repayments considerably.
# Payback
Bank of Ireland raises funds to begin repaying over €2 billion to the State
The Minister for Finance says the State will make a total of over €200 million from the sale of its preference shares in Bank of Ireland.
# Bailout
Eurozone finance ministers agree to examine Ireland's loan repayments
The deal has been hailed by finance minister Michael Noonan as having the potential to save Ireland billions of euro.
# Social Welfare Bill
Social Welfare repayments could 'force people into destitution' under new Bill
FLAC has said it is concerned that changes to the Social Welfare Bill means that when the government recovers overpayments it will push people below the basic minimum income threshold.
# Anglo
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.
# Bondholders
AIB repays €1 billion to unsecured bondholders today
More than €18 billion has been repaid to bondholders by state-owned Irish banks this year.
# Bailout
Troika warned 'a bomb will go off' in Dublin unless bondholders repaid
Transport Minister Leo Varadkar conveyed the strong words from the Troika partners in an interview last night.
# Overcharging
AIB and BoI to refund €100m
State owned financial institutions will refund up to €100m after systematic overcharging.