This Article Appeared in The Irish Examiner 29th June 2018 Last weekend we passed the second anniversary of the monumental decision of the UK electorate to exit the EU and we are now less than nine months away from ‘B-Day’. The intervening period has seen the growth of a major industry around the subject. Every […]
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This Article appeared in the Irish Examiner June 22nd 2018 Despite what some media commentators have suggested about the lack of detail contained therein, the Summer Economic Statement released by the Department of Finance is not meant to be a detailed breakdown of what the Minister for Finance will deliver on the fiscal front. The […]
This Article appeared in the Irish Examiner June 15th 2018 Last week I wrote a pretty upbeat piece on the Irish economy, with a strong focus on ongoing positive trends in two key components of the indigenous economy, namely Tourism and the Agri-Food sectors. Predictably, I got a negative response from certain quarters, with one […]
THIS BLOG FIRST APPEARED AS A BLOG FOR FRIENDS FIRST JUNE 15th 2018 The process of interest rate normalisation continues apace in the United States. On Wednesday night the US Federal Reserve Bank increased interest rates by 0.25%, taking the target range for the key Federal Funds Rate to 1.75% to 2%. This rate has […]
This article first appeared in Irish Examiner 8th June 2018 In the midst of some signs of an easing of Eurozone growth so far in 2018, it is interesting to observe that almost all data releases are providing a very upbeat assessment of what is happening in the Irish economy. In the midst of the […]
This article appeared in Irish Examiner 1st June 2018 Following the momentous global political dislocation in 2016 that resulted in the election of Donald Trump and the UK vote to leave the EU, there was a lot of concern about the European political calendar coming into 2017. Elections were upcoming in the Netherlands, France, and […]