Saturday March 28, 2020

News roundup: Monday's top stories

The top stories today include signs that the property market is "settling down", Ireland's preparations for a market return, Britain's banking inquiry and European shares rise.

2nd July, 2012
The Treasury Building: headquarters of Nama and the National Treasury Management Agency, both in the news today.

The top local and international news stories on Monday:

**The Irish property market** is “settling down”, according to Frank Daly, chairman of the National Asset Management Agency.

**There was a pick-up in the number of commercial properties** offered for sale in the first half, according to a report from property consultants CBRE.

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