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Funny story: Ireland May Leave Eurozone To Join Boyzone

Ireland May Leave Eurozone To Join Boyzone

As the eurozone debt crisis deepens by the day, speculation continues to mount that Ireland, with its spiralling debt mountain, will default on its creditors and will ultimately leave the eurozone and instead become the fifth member of Boyzone. Th...
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Funny story: Eurozone Leaders Agree to Stake Bailout on Soccer Final

Eurozone Leaders Agree to Stake Bailout on Soccer Final

In an effort to promote this weekend's European Championships between Spain and Italy, UEFA has struck a deal with the European Central Bank whereby immediately following the conclusion of this Sunday's match, the sovereign debt of the winning countr...
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Funny story: Spain to raise some money by selling footballers

Spain to raise some money by selling footballers

The two largest football teams in Spain have been heavily funded by contributions from the Spanish government. With Spain's economy now in dire straits, with a need to find two billion Euros, it has been determined to reclaim the assets that they hel...
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Funny story: European Central Bank Restores Euro Confidence in 10 Trillion Recapitalization with Hasbro

European Central Bank Restores Euro Confidence in 10 Trillion Recapitalization with Hasbro

FRANKFURT, Germany - The European Central Bank announced at a joint press conference today with Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS) a new partnership to restore credibility to the European money supply and ensure the future safety of the Eurozone. The plan is to...
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