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From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Monday Take 5

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie Not essential to have bank debt deal by end of October - Honohan Bank Debt

Not essential to have bank debt deal by end of October - Honohan

The Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan has said that he is confident that the government will “get a lot” from its negotiations aimed at reducing the bank debt.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland will 'probably fail' to get bank debt deal by October - Bloomberg Bank Debt

Ireland will 'probably fail' to get bank debt deal by October - Bloomberg

The Department of Finance has said that the forthcoming meetings between European leaders are important to meet the end of October deadline the government has set but it isn’t looking good.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland may have to wait for money even after bank debt deal Eurozone

Ireland may have to wait for money even after bank debt deal

Finance minister Michael Noonan has said there was “absolute support” in Europe for the principle of a deal on Ireland’s debt.

From TheJournal.ie Eurozone: Irish bank debt will be re-examined by autumn Bank Debt

Eurozone: Irish bank debt will be re-examined by autumn

European ministers have also rubber-stamped an initial €30billion bailout for Spain.

From TheJournal.ie Negotiations on bank debt deal 'best done in private' - Hayes Bank Debt

Negotiations on bank debt deal 'best done in private' - Hayes

Finance Minister Michael Noonan will meet with his counterparts in Brussels next week to lay out Ireland’s case for reducing the burden of Ireland’s bank debt.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Are you optimistic about the eurozone debt deal? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Are you optimistic about the eurozone debt deal?

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has described the agreement as a ‘game-changer’ for Ireland. So what do you think?

From TheJournal.ie Campaign group proposes €15bn stimulus to 'bust myth that austerity works' Plan B This post contains videos

Campaign group proposes €15bn stimulus to 'bust myth that austerity works'

Claiming our Future says its plan works within the bailout agreement but has admitted its proposals are not fully-formed as yet.

From TheJournal.ie No date for when country will 're-engineer' bank debt - Taoiseach Leaders' Questions

No date for when country will 're-engineer' bank debt - Taoiseach

Enda Kenny said his government remained committed to negotiations to reduce Ireland’s banking debt.

From TheJournal.ie Soviet machine guns and healthy scepticism: The week in quotes Said And Done This post contains images

Soviet machine guns and healthy scepticism: The week in quotes

“I came here to see Jedward carry the Olympic torch. It was awesome because, like, they’re Jedward. I didn’t know it would be a big thing with a fire on top, I thought it was a torch you would shine stuff on.”

From TheJournal.ie Spanish bailout welcomed by world financial leaders Bailout

Spanish bailout welcomed by world financial leaders

Key figures in the IMF, the US and the EU have all hailed the €100bn bailout – but Irish hopes for an opening have been disappointed.

From TheJournal.ie ECB president: Fiscal Compact not ‘quid pro quo’ for deal on bank debts Draghing It Out

ECB president: Fiscal Compact not ‘quid pro quo’ for deal on bank debts

But Mario Draghi says Ireland’s vote is a welcome affirmation of its priorities, and that market access could be close at hand.

From TheJournal.ie 'Banking union' plan to shift cost of bank losses from taxpayers New Plan

'Banking union' plan to shift cost of bank losses from taxpayers

European Commission says new framework will be primarily based on preventing and preparing for banking problems.

From TheJournal.ie Shatter plays down German resistance to bank debt deal Bank Debt

Shatter plays down German resistance to bank debt deal

The justice minister rejected suggestions that comments from Berlin were a rebuff to Irish hopes of a debt reduction.

From TheJournal.ie 'We have to get a deal on our bank debt' - Tánaiste Bank Debt

'We have to get a deal on our bank debt' - Tánaiste

Following the passing of the Fiscal Compact treaty, Eamon Gilmore said that Ireland now needed to get a deal to lessen the burden on the Irish taxpayer.

From TheJournal.ie Gerry Adams: Yes vote in referendum 'the result of fear of the people' Referendum

Gerry Adams: Yes vote in referendum 'the result of fear of the people'

The Sinn Féin president said that the high number of No votes and the reluctant Yes vote indicated that a lot of people were not happy with the government’s policies.

From TheJournal.ie 10 tips for business owners facing difficulty with bank debt Advice

10 tips for business owners facing difficulty with bank debt

Businessman George Mordaunt has some practical tips for dealing with their banks in times of financial stress.

From TheJournal.ie No ECB decision yet on Noonan's promissory notes proposal Promissory Notes

No ECB decision yet on Noonan's promissory notes proposal

The bank has ‘nothing to add’ on Noonan’s plan after today’s governing council meeting.

From TheJournal.ie Column: ‘Won’t somebody think of the children?’ Ireland in the 2050s Opinion

Column: ‘Won’t somebody think of the children?’ Ireland in the 2050s

Worrying about the debt burden on our grandchildren has become a national pastime – but should we be panicking? Economist Ronan Lyons explains.

From TheJournal.ie Take 5: Monday Take 5

Take 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Why going after the Financial Regulator is a waste of money Opinion

Column: Why going after the Financial Regulator is a waste of money

Former trader Nick Leeson says lessons never seem to be learned by regulators – but we should focus on some suggestions from the British Chancellor to ensure history doesn’t repeat itself.