Irish central bank- Euro economies underperforming

The governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, John Hurley, has described the current period as a time of exceptional uncertainty in the world economy. In a speech delivered in Dublin he said the outlook for global economic growth had weakened.

Source: Dow Jones Newswires

The governor of the Irish central bank said Tuesday march 25 that euro area growth will have to be driven by domestic demand, because any external impetus to spark growth is likely to be modest.

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