Bad loans still a ‘national risk’ in event of a new downturn

The Central Bank has been busy gathering evidence on the ongoing mortgage debt

23rd December, 2018
Central Bank tracker probe identifies another 1,400 customers

In addition to taking a welcome break from normal routines in order to focus on family, friends and relaxation, the Christmas season is a good time to review the year gone by and make plans for the upcoming period.

In evaluating 2018 from a macro-financial perspective, several themes are worth highlighting. First, activity levels in the Irish economy have continued to pick up and are getting closer to capacity limits. This requires careful policy management,...

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