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Spring Atatement: Not much meat but some   thing to chew on

Spring Atatement: Not much meat but some thing to chew on

Noonan and Howlin’s spring statement was full of hints of what lies ahead in the budget

Spring Statement: Will the spring statement deliver a coalition bounce?

Spring Statement: Will the spring statement deliver a coalition bounce?

The Spring Economic Statement was the most important boring document you’ve ever seen. It shows us what the future looks like

Who will replace the gutsy governor?

Who will replace the gutsy governor?

Patrick Honohan’s appointment was a bold move that paid off at a desperate moment. But will this government allow another governor who will stand up to them?

The half-truths of Teflon Trichet

The half-truths of Teflon Trichet

Spring Statement: This balancing act deserves applause

Spring Statement: This balancing act deserves applause

Sure, there was a degree of backslapping, but the spring statement by Noonan and Howlin was impressive in a number of ways

Regulator: reform falls short of fixing smaller credit unions

Regulator: reform falls short of fixing smaller credit unions

Ex-Obama aide says rich the real winners of economic recovery

Ex-Obama aide says rich the real winners of economic recovery

€5 million bill for public service parking in capital

€5 million bill for public service parking in capital

Noonan to signal €2bn of tax cuts and spending in 2016 budget

Noonan to signal €2bn of tax cuts and spending in 2016 budget

Revenue targets €100m tax avoidance scheme

Revenue targets €100m tax avoidance scheme

Argentine economist draws parallels with Ireland

Argentine economist draws parallels with Ireland

A leading Argentine economist has drawn parallels between the junior bondholders in Anglo Irish Bank and the so-called ‘vulture funds’ that are demanding full payment of Argentine sovereign debt.

Market Talk

Market Talk

Mario Draghi’s QE drive is fuelling growth, though it hasn’t yet fed into the wider European economy

It’s time for some long-term thinking

It’s time for some long-term thinking

The economic recovery gives us a chance to do what we have failed to do in the past – implement policies for the long term. We should start with the pensions crisis

Noonan must be wary of a giveaway budget

Noonan must be wary of a giveaway budget

Driving mortgage rates down may be bad move

Driving mortgage rates down may be bad move