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    Did Irish banks just quietly "Cyprus" their account holders?

    Hard to figure it all out with the heavy linkage but it's a big claim that deserves scrutiny.
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    I was researching some of this last night. Ireland will be the next Cyprus, imo. AIB has enormous amounts of debt and their underlying collateral has lessened greatly.. Their balance sheet is a farce because of loopholes they use. I don't think they will make it through the summer. There may be a stock (or ADR) listed on one of the US exchanges that I am thinking of shorting after doing some more due diligence.
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