Monday February 17, 2020

Real estate and building are on a roll

The domestic outlook is hugely positive

3rd January, 2016
A computer-generated image of the Cherrywood site in south Dublin, where it is planned that more than 30,000 people will live and work

Although 2016 is predicted to be a year of fascinating divergence in global economic and political terms, the Irish recovery is on a roll and bucking the global trend.

Globally, investors and stock markets remain decidedly antsy about a raft of potential tipping points this year, from unease about China’s potential soft landing to raised US interest rates, depressed oil prices and a rise in European populism that could herald a Brexit and France withdrawing from...

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