Too early to call crisis impact: Ireland's Hurley

John Hurley, the governor of the Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland, reviewed the impact of the recent banking crisis on the eurozone.

Speaking in Dublin last week, Hurley said it was too early to reach a judgment on the impact of the crisis on the real economy: "We are going through a period of considerable uncertainty. The outcome is heavily dependent on how market developments and financial conditions evolve and how banks, households and firms respond."


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