Sunday November 29, 2020

Ireland rides the Big Mo'

The momentum is with us as investors buy' the Irish success story, but the danger isn't over yet, writes Cliff Taylor.

12th January, 2014
Taoiseach Enda Kenny: happy that the world is lapping up the Irish story.

It was an extraordinary week. Investors queued to buy our sovereign bonds - and to lend money to one of our banks. The economic figures were - generally - pointing in the right direction. The debate about a precautionary credit line and the risks facing Ireland, the subject of so much debate in the run-up to Christmas, were pushed completely into the background.

For the moment, the momentum - the ''Big Mo'' - is behind...

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