Irish bank chief highlights eurozone uncertainties

Ireland's central bank governor John Hurley told a meeting on Monday 11 April that stronger growth in the euro area still remains an emerging prospect rather than a current reality.

"The uncertainties surrounding the outlook relate in particular to the future evolution of euro area domestic demand, particularly consumer spending, the risks stemming from higher oil prices, the potential for volatility in foreign exchange markets and the potential impact of high levels of liquidity," he said.


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