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European Union action on Ireland’s bank debts points to fears over contagion spreading across peripheral Europe.
Trinity College's Lucey adds, "Thank God we have an honest central bank governor. He's the first official to call it as he sees it."
Governor of the Bank of Spain suggests Irish officials ask for help as fears grow that Dublin’s resistance to a bailout will trigger contagion
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