Economic Updates

Irish property price inflation slows significantly in November

16 January 2019

Irish property price inflation now at lowest level in two and a half years continue reading

Irish Government finances back in the black but fiscal concerns continue

03 January 2019

Surge in corporation tax receipts  set to result in surplus after 10 years of deficits continue reading

Irish growth strong but slower as Brexit looms

13 December 2018

Irish GDP growth slows to 4.9% y/y in Q3 from 8.7% previously continue reading

Orderly easing in Irish property inflation but bumpy Brexit impacts may lie ahead

11 December 2018

October shows slightly slower house price inflation at 8.4% from 8.5% in September continue reading

Irish jobs growth strong but slightly slower

20 November 2018

Jobs growth slows to still robust 3% in Q3 (from 3.4% previously) continue reading

Irish house price inflation softer in September but will we see a Brexit bump or a Brexit bounce into 2019?

16 November 2018

Easing in September house price inflation reflects improving supply and slower demand growth continue reading

Budget 2019: post-crisis or pre-crisis?

10 October 2018

Budget 2019 was framed against a backdrop of conflicting influences and competing demands: continue reading

The Budget and You: Helping, Hurting or Hardly Noticing?

09 October 2018

Budget 2019 is about balancing continue reading

Irish property price inflation cools in August

09 October 2018

August increase of 8.6% the slowest in 23 months continue reading

September exchequer data suggest Public finances still on track but pressures building

02 October 2018

Solid taxes and controlled public spending should see end year target reached continue reading

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