Monday May 25, 2020

Little comfort from Trichet visit

The ECB governor showed no sign of soothing local concerns during his bank’s meeting in Dublin last week, signalling that interest rates would rise yet again next month.

12th May, 2007

The ECB governor showed no sign of soothing local concerns during his bank’s meeting in Dublin last week, signalling that interest rates would rise yet again next month.

Taking questions just a few minutes after the governing council of the European Central Bank met in Dublin last week, John Hurley, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, became its first member to use Irish as an official EU language by predicting a...

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