Ian Guider: 'This is an economic and political calamity'
There will be volatility until the shape of Britain's departure is known
To say it is a political and economic earthquake doesn't go anywhere close to expressing what has happened in the last few hours. Not since the financial crash of 2008 have we witnessed the upheaval caused by Britain's decision to dump its membership of the European Union.
In the hours and days ahead we will see contingency plans kick in at home and abroad. But make no mistake this vote is an economic and political calamity...
Subscribe from just €1 for the first month!
All Digital Access + eReader
Unlimited Access for 1 Month
*New subscribers only
€149 For the 1st Year
Unlimited Access for 1 Year
90 Day Pass
Unlimited Access for 2 Years
Get a Business Account for you and your team
Private rental sector remains strong despite Covid-19
Demand continues to outstrip supply in both residential and PRS markets, while developers adapt new build designs to take the pandemic into account
How the programme for government will shape housing
Several strategic changes offer an opportunity for positive reform of planning and development
Comment: US must defuse Covid-19’s ticking time bomb of debt
The United States cannot defeat the pandemic like a military foe but it can learn from looking back at its post-war economic recovery