Brexit effect 'muted' as Central Bank ups forecast
Employment growth and weaker sterling boosting incomes, but Brexit deadlock looms
The Central Bank has raised its forecast for Irish economic growth for the second time in a row, mainly due to the continuing increase in the number of people at work.
In its latest quarterly bulletin, the bank said it now expected gross domestic product to grow by 4.9 per cent this year, up from its previous 4.5 per cent forecast. It also raised its...
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