In the news today – 05/01/2012

In the news today – 05/01/2012

Euro falls to 15-month low
The Irish Times

Bank deposits with ECB hit record
The Irish Times

Danish prime minister takes on task of Euro reform
The Irish Times

Italian MPs fight public backlash over monthly salaries of €16,000
Irish Independent

ECB may lower rates as inflation dips
Irish Examiner

France to start first bond issue of 2012
Irish Examiner

Iran says it can cope with EU oil ban threat
Irish Examiner

Spain sees up to €50 billion in bank bad loans
RTÉ News

French consumer confidence stuck at 3 year low
RTÉ News

Iran nuclear crisis: EU moves towards crude oil ban
BBC News

Top China airlines to ignore EU carbon tax, body says
BBC News

Fresh credit crunch fears as banks park record €453bn cash with ECB
The Guardian

Eurozone crisis live: France faces €8bn bond auction test
The Guardian

Ousted Spanish government plotted to derail EU fishing reforms
The Guardian

EU agrees Iran oil embargo
The Guardian

Spanish banks need extra €50bn to cover ‘toxic’ property
The Telegraph

Greece warns of euro-exit as EU economies drift apart
The EU Observer

Markets punish Hungary for power grab on central bank

The EU Observer

Europe Takes Bold Step Toward a Ban on Iranian Oil
The New York Times

French Consumer Spending Falls
The Wall Street Journal

Slowing Inflation Gives Europe More Options
The Wall Street Journal

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