Monday February 17, 2020

Beware a slowing market

When the employment market is bloated, the housing sector is reaching its limits and the ‘boom is getting even boomier’, it’s time to batten down the hatches and look to the security of your investments

27th January, 2019
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CRH proved to be a resilient dividend payer

Growth is slowing. Clouds are darkening – albeit ever so slightly. A consensus is emerging that the global economy is now in slowdown mode.

Keep your eyes open for the signs. And remember those signs may be more in evidence at this stage in overseas markets than domestically.

What you may have noticed here is that unemployment is down to levels as close to the trough as we have ever got. We are as near...

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