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The Lingering, Hidden Costs of the Bank Bailout

The bailout through the Troubled Asset Relief Program has been justified by the Federal Reserve and Treasury as preventing a financial collapse of the economy. New economic activity is hobbled if it is not freed from the burden of sharing its return with investors who bore risks that failed. The demand for new economic activity is enlarged when its return does not have to be shared with former ...

Euro zone may discuss early Irish bailout repayment to IMF

Euro zone finance ministers are likely to discuss in September whether to allow Ireland to repay its more expensive bailout loans from the International Monetary Fund before paying back the euro zone bailout fund, a euro zone official said. When it was cut off from the markets in 2010, Ireland borrowed from the IMF, as well as the European Financial Stability Facility and the European Financial ...

Greece Seen Needing Third Bailout as Bonds Insufficient

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has repeatedly pledged that Greece won’t need another bailout or new austerity measures. Close Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has repeatedly pledged that Greece won’t need another...

Cyprus passes international bailout review

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus' international creditors said Friday that the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets have been comfortably met, welfare reform has moved forward and more steps have been taken to shore up the banking sector.

Cyprus passes bailout review

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus' international creditors said Friday that the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets have been comfortably met, welfare reform has moved forward and more steps have been taken to shore up the weak banking sector.

Cyprus passes 5th bailout review

Cyprus' international creditors say the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets have been comfortably met, welfare reform has move forward and more steps have been taken to ...

Ireland keen to repay bailout loans early - minister

Ireland would like to secure agreement from its European Union partners to allow it to repay some of its bailout aid early and reduce the cost of carrying its debt, a government minister said on Friday. Enterprise Minister Richard Bruton made the comments after the Irish Times reported that Ireland was taking soundings on whether its EU partners would allow it to repay the loans provided by the ...

Cyprus' creditors say bailout program on course, authorities must deal with bad loans

Cyprus' international creditors say the country's bailout program is making good progress as fiscal targets have been comfortably met, welfare reform has move forward and more steps have been taken to shore up the weak banking sector.

Lenders up pressure on Cyprus to call in bad loans

International lenders put new pressure on Cyprus politicians Friday to agree delayed legislation on foreclosure procedures for bad loans in the latest review of compliance over a multi-billion debt bailout. Legislation for the calling-in of non-performing loans contracted during the island's credit boom and crash that prompted the international bailout of March 2013 is a pre-condition for the ...

Ireland preparing to lift austerity measures

Ireland is moving closer to a switch away from deep austerity measures as it prepares for a key budget -- the first since the eurozone nation emerged from a massive international bailout. Minister for Finance Michael Noonan is predicting the Irish economy to do better than expected this year, meaning fewer cutbacks to state spending and a reduction in tax rises. The government had forecast in ...




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