RaboResearch - Economisch Onderzoek

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Ireland: The Celtic Tiger is back (Engelstalig)

Ireland posted very strong growth of 7.8% last year which supports deleveraging and house prices but asset quality of banks remains poor and could hurt banks and the government in the future. As possibly worst affected, Ireland is closely following the Brexit debate.

Economisch commentaar

Het Europees Semester 2015: de resultaten

Het Europees Semester 2015 loopt ten einde. Het aantal buitensporigetekortprocedures neemt weer iets af en wederom ontsnappen alle landen waarin excessieve macro-economische onevenwichtigheden zijn geconstateerd aan een straf.

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Country report Ireland (Engelstalig)

The strong rebound of the Irish economy supported private sector deleveraging while the housing prices rebounded strongly. With the budget deficit down and political stability enduring, the situation in Ireland is set to improve further.

Economisch commentaar

Een paraplu kopen als de zon schijnt

Vooral uit de eurozone kwam de afgelopen tijd het nodige goede economische nieuws. Dit leidt er echter toe dat Europese beleidsmakers te weinig doen aan de hervorming van instituties en economieën om de eurozone voor te bereiden op slechtere tijden.

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Country Report Ireland (Engelstalig)

Ireland exited the EU/IMF bailout package in December 2013, and has regained market confidence. Nonetheless, challenges remain as the country remains dependent on the external environment, and skeletons may yet come out of the closet.

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Ireland (Country Update) (Engelstalig)

Economic stabilisation and restructuring and recapitalisation of the banking sector have pushed government bond yields for Ireland below those of Italy. But uncertainty remains high, with the economic recovery still far from complete.

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Ireland (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Even though the worst of the recession is over, the Irish economy is set for a very slow recovery this year and next. Recapitalization and restructuring of the banking sector is well under way. But further unforeseen losses cannot be excluded.

Economisch commentaar

Irish economy still struggling to recover (Engelstalig)

After an impressive start, the Irish economy fell back into recession in the second half of 2011. With domestic demand expected to fall further and export growth held back by sluggish growth, the economy is expected to show a modest recovery in 2012.

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Ireland (Country report) (Engelstalig)

Even though the worst of the recession is now over, the Irish economy is set for a very slow economic recovery this year and next. Domestic demand will still contract this year, but continued export growth should be able to compensate for that.