House rules

Tora, Brian
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/30/2009, p15
In this article the author discusses the misconception on economic recovery especially in the U.S. and Great Britain. He mentions that many commentators frequently mentions that the economic crisis is already over and people's appetite for risks has returned. However he believes that this is only a facade citing the situation in Ireland, despite its two emergency budgets, the Irish economy is still on the brink of bankruptcy.


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