Monday November 30, 2020

Deal doesn't remove Brexit risks, warns Central Bank

Review shows regulator concerned that high debt levels in Irish firms could hit ability to deal with post-Brexit challenges

12th December, 2017
Central Bank to issue new tracker update in March

The bank this morning published its second Macro-Financial Review of 2017, which gives an overview of the Irish financial situation and identifies potential risks to the finances of government, businesses and households.

“Sectors such as agri-food and manufactured goods, which are highly dependent on the UK for trade, remain vulnerable. In the absence of a final trade deal, disruption to supply chains is also a possibility, with many firms currently using the UK as a land...

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