Manageable...


#1

Sub-Prime

independent.academia.edu/RajatBh … DO-markets

AIG

marketwatch.com/story/aig-su … alysts-say

reuters.com/article/idUSN0560525120071205

Ben Bernanke

nytimes.com/2007/03/29/busin … .html?_r=1

nytimes.com/2010/09/03/busin … ssion.html

Patrick Honohan

uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE67F27W20100816

Brian Cowen

reuters.com/article/idUSLDE6861YN20100907

reuters.com/article/idUSWLA400420100928

Brian Lenihan

bloomberg.com/news/2010-09-0 … -says.html

businessweek.com/news/2010-0 … able-.html


#2

Management Clown


#3

Hey, we’re up to “very manageable” now! Not long to go before it is peanuts… thanks, but the chimp noises are unnecessary…


#4

Isn’t ‘Manageable’ the term the shrinks use for the treatment of some mental illnesses; where what the mean is that with the right medication, they can turn the poor patient into a catatonic drooling lump of meat, that is very easy for the staff to ‘manage’, but hasn’t a chance of ever getting better ?


#5

Very good post.

Another tell for me is Lenihan there will be no PS Pay Cuts.

hmmm, seems like we need someone else to make the hard decisions for us.


#6

Paddy “no Firesales” Honohan - 1 year apart:

30th March 2010 - Still manageable and not the biggest gamble ever:

rte.ie/news/av/2010/0331/boi_av2728193.html

31stMarch 2011 - 'Twill all be grand, worse case scenario only:

rte.ie/news/av/2011/0331/media-2934674.html


#7

Following in the footsteps of Clowen, Comical Leni, and Paddy “No Firesales” Honohan:

Michael Noonan

irishtimes.com/newspaper/bre … king3.html


#8

Elderfield

21.04.2010

businessandleadership.com/le … nk-bailout

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