I'd sure like to see that cabinet. Don't be a fool and believe that there is actually "cash" in a bank. We all know that "cash in the bank" is nothing more than numbers on a computer screen. If banks actually HAD that "cash" then there would be no excuse for having to take bailouts.
Who said it's all in one bank account? It would be exceptionally strange if Ryanair (or any company) kept all their cash in one place!
And don't forget that there are plenty of banks that didn't need bailouts.
Are you really that naive to believe that there is that much "cash" in one companies account?
The shareholders believe so. How many shares do you own?
How much "cash" do you have in your account? My guess is none.
I fail to see how this is in any way connected with the topic.
How about citing your findings.
Let's see...where would one get Ryanair's financial figures from? Oh, that's right...Ryanair!
Learn how the banking system works before making asinine comments like that.
I suggest you learn some manners.
He is a bitter ex-pat who lives in Poznan and spends waaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much time here criticizing others opinions when in turn he has been known to speak out of his arse.
Yes yes. And you're the one online at 4am. :)
(bitter? Ah, I'll remember that comment when I'm sunning myself on the beach next month...)