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¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

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Knownuthing
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a Espinchi
24/11/10 (18:48)

Re: ¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

La leche. El gobierno tiene claro que no va a ser reelegido en Enero y ha decidido coger el toro de los ajustes por los cuernos.

Cuando veas las barabas de tu vecino pelar, pon las tuyas a remojar.

Youbank
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a Jaygm
24/11/10 (19:20)

Re: FGD

Intento volver a explicarlo de otra manera a ver si se entiende.

Si el patrimonio del FGD no se incrementa, por mucho que se incremente el limite maximo por cliente, lo unico que se conseguira es que cubra a menos clientes, de acuerdo??

Si una Caja mediana puede tener 20.000 M.M. de depositos y quebrase, que espero y deseo que no ocurra, con 3.000 M.M. del FGD que hacemos?????? cubriria a los primeros 30.000 clientes, que tuviesen los 100.000 Euros, y que pasaria con el resto de clientes???????? quien decidiria a que cliente si y a que cliente no????

Enolagay
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a Opteronx2
24/11/10 (22:25)

Re: ¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

Por si sirve...
Medidas Irlanda..

Perdonad que está en inglés...

Bottom line: Another ambitious and aggressive fiscal consolidation plan for Ireland, with the typical Irish recipe of 1/3 tax increases and 2/3 expenditure cuts. The adjustment remains front-loaded with €6bn for 2011 and the remaining €9bn over the 2012/14 period, in line with earlier suggestions. Sifting through the headlines, this four-year plan ticks all the right boxes. I suspect that the EU/IMF representatives will also essentially reach the same conclusion except for a lack of balance in the sectors of the economy that will be ask to contribute to the adjustment.

I am worried however that this could be overkill for households. The government has deflected any pressure to increase the 12.5% corporate tax rate for the time being. Although described a "confidence building measure by the prime minister, this latest plan could be anything but for households. I suspect that these measures will do very little to reverse the downtrend in consumer confidence that has been a feature for the past three months. The VAT rate will increase from 21% in 2010 to 23% by 2014 and the minimum wage will be cut, some tax breaks will be abolished or curtailed and social transfers will be cut further. In addition, the number of public sector employees will be reduced by 24,750 compared to 2007 levels. If this wasn't enough, public sector pay will be cut by an extra 10% and retirement benefits curtailed for new employees.

Ireland is betting everything on export-led recovery. Let's hope that the resilience of core Europe, and the encouraging rebound in the UK, can continue on the same upward trajectory in coming quarters.

MNS 14:05 IRISH GOVT: SEE TAX RECEIPTS IN 2010 35% LOWER THAN IN 2007
MNS 14:05 IRISH GOVT: VAT CHANGES WILL YIELD E620 MILLION
MNS 14:04 IRISH GOVT: VAT RATE WILL RISE TO 23% IN 2014
MNS 14:04 IRISH GOVT TO INCREASE VAT RATE TO 22% FROM 21% IN 2013
MNS 14:03 IRISH GOVT: TO RAISE EXTRA E1.9 BILLION IN INCOME TAX CHANGES
MNS 14:03 **IRISH GOVT: 12.5% CORPORATE TAX RATE WILL NOT CHANGE
MNS 14:03 IRISH GOVT TO REFORM WELFARE SYSTEM TO INCENTIVIZE WORK
MNS 14:02 IRISH GOVT TO REDUCE MINIMUM WAGE TO E7.65 FROM E8.65
MNS 14:02 IRISH GOVT: BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS WON'T KILL OFF RECOVERY
MNS 14:01 IRISH GOVT CONFIRMS E6 BILLION IN CUTS IN 2011
MNS 14:01 IRISH PACKAGE IS 2/3 SPENDING CUTS; 1/3 REVENUE INCREASES
MNS 14:01 **IRISH GOVT CONFIRMS E15 BLN IN NEW CUTS THROUGH 2014

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND CONFIRMS TOTAL FISCAL ADJUSTMENT OF 15 BLN EUROS FOR 2011-2014, 6 BLN EUROS IN 2011
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND EXPECTS TO YIELD 755 MLN EUROS FROM ABOLISHING/CURTAILING TAX BREAKS
14:02 24Nov10 RTRS-Ireland sets out four-year austerity plan

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND REITERATES GDP GROWTH FORECASTS FOR 2011-2104
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND SEES REAL GNP UP 1 PCT IN 2011, ANNUAL GROWTH RATE OF 2.5 PCT 2012-214
14:04 24Nov10 RTRS-Ireland reiterates GDP growth forecasts

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS CAPITAL SPENDING TO BE CUT TO REACH ANNUAL REDUCTION OF 3 BLN EUROS BY 2013
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TO RADICALLY BROADEN TAX BASE, INCOME TAX TO RISE BY 1.25 BLN EURO IN 2011
14:05 24Nov10 RTRS-Ireland says capital spending to be cut

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TO REDUCE CURRENT SPENDING BY 7 BLN EUROS BY 2014
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TO CUT MINIMUM WAGE BY 1 EURO TO 7.65 EUROS
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TARGETS SOCIAL WELFARE SAVINGS OF 2.8 BLN EUROS BY 2014
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TO CUT PUBLIC SERVICE NUMBERS BY 24,750 VS 2008 LEVELS
14:06 24Nov10 RTRS-Ireland says to reduce spending by 7 bln euros

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS TO CUT PUBLIC SECTOR PAY BILL BY 1.2 BLN EUROS BETWEEN 2010-2014
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT TO INTRODUCE REFORMED PENSION SCHEME FOR NEW PUBLIC WORKERS, CUT THEIR PAY BY 10 PCT
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT TO MAINTAIN 12.5 PCT CORPORATION TAX
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT TO RAISE 5 BLN EUR IN REVENUE OVER PERIOD OF PLAN, 40 PCT OF MEASURES WILL BE FRONTLOADED
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND TO RAISE 1.9 BLN EUR VIA INCOME TAX CHARGES, PENSION-RELATED TAX CHARGES TO YIELD 700 MLN

14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT TO REALISE 240 MLN IN TAX SAVINGS ON PUBLIC SERVICE PENSION-RELATED DEDUCTION
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND TO UP VAT TO 22 PCT IN 2013, WITH FURTHER RISE TO 23 PCT IN 2014 YIELDING 620 MLN EUROS
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND SAYS TO INCREASE PRICE OF CARBON GRADUALLY TO YIELD 330 MLN EUROS
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH GOVT SAYS FOUR-YR PLAN WILL COMPRISE TWO THIRDS SPENDING CUTS, ONE THIRD TAX INCREASES
14:00 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND SAYS ADJUSTMENT WILL HIT DOMESTIC DEMAND

14:01 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND'S GOVT SAYS CONDITIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE EXPORT-LED GROWTH ARE IN PLACE
14:01 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND SAYS 2010 BUDGET DEFICIT NOW EXPECTED TO BE 11.7 PCT OF GDP IN LINE WITH TARGET OF 11.6 PCT
14:01 24Nov10 RTRS-IRELAND FORECASTS GOVT DEFICIT 9.1PCT OF GDP IN 2011, 7PCT IN 2012, 5.5PCT IN 2013, 2.8PCT IN 2014

14:06 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH PM SAYS FOUR-YEAR PLAN IS DESIGNED TO CUT SPENDING LEVELS TO 2007 LEVELS
14:09 24Nov10 RTRS-IRISH PM SAYS FOUR-YEAR PLAN IS ANOTHER CONFIDENCE-BUILDING MEASURE

Serluli
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a Matraca
25/11/10 (01:59)

La verdad duele cuando te la dicen, porque sabes que es cierto

La verdad duele cuando te la dicen, porque sabes que es cierto

Serluli
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a Serluli
25/11/10 (02:00)

Re: La verdad duele cuando te la dicen, porque sabes que es cierto

Al respecto de cuándo nos dirán realmente como está el país, cuanto más tarde peor, ¿no?

25/11/10 (09:03)

Re: ¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

Los buitres del mercado están llegando
Sálvese quien pueda
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/25/business/global/25spainecon.html?_r=1&hp

Kaldearan
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a Knownuthing
25/11/10 (09:50)

Re: ¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

Yo no creo que sea como prestarle dinero a alguien que está endeudado hasta las cejas, sino más bien como prestarle dinero a alguien que se lo gasta en alcohol.

Creo y espero que después de pasar por un duro periodo de desintoxicación, dejaremos de derrochar y entonces nos sobrará dinero para pagar la deuda existente, a parte de que crecerá la confianza en nuestro futuro dentro y fuera de España.

Kaldearan
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a Espinchi
25/11/10 (09:54)

Re: ¿Qué pasará si tienen que rescatar a España?

¡Van a reducir el salario mínimo hasta SOLO (echando una cuenta rápida) 13000EUR/año! Un 150% el salario mínimo en España. ¡Menos mal que estan en crisis! ¡Yo quiero estar en crisis como los Irlandeses y cobrar un 50% más de sueldo!

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