Ireland's Hurley - A central banker's perspective

In the speech 'A central banker's perspective of the Irish and international economic situation' John Hurley of the Central Bank of Ireland said the world economy is currently labouring, particularly in regard to asset markets and the geopolitical uncertainties that exist. Consumer and business confidence has been severely affected resulting in weak demand across the world economy.

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Speech by Mr John Hurley

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