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The cost of insuring the bonds of Irish banks has soared to distressed levels amid concern that the government won't be able to afford the cost of bailing out the nation's banks. Speculation is mounting that Ireland might soon have to be bailed out by the International Monetary Fund or the European Union. Source: abc.net.au

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