Gabriel Fagan looks like the quintessential central bank economist. Grey-haired, serious, sober and well-informed. He’s the kind of guy you trust. You’d leave your money with him.
Fagan, the chief economist of the Irish Central Bank, appeared before the Oireachtas committee on budget oversight last week, and left parliamentarians’ jaws on tables when he mentioned a figure of €300 billion the Central Bank wasn’t quite sure about.
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