The Irish Republic has slumped into a recession figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
The Irish economy fell into recession in Q2 2008 after the Republic’s GDP growth slumped to -0.8%.
Staff at Leeds will help denimise the nation when they jump into their jeans on Jeans for Genes Day this Friday.
The traditional treasury function of balancing savings books with loans has all but gone from banks and building societies. However, the events of the past 12 months have led some lenders to look again at whether there is a role for increasing the savings side of their balance sheets to gain more control of their mortgage books.
By Ewan McAlpine, Senior Client Portfolio Manager In uncertain times, investors naturally seek safety. But in fixed income markets, what does that really mean? Ewan McAlpine outlines the approach RLAM’s Fixed Income Team will be adopting across its credit funds in response to potentially volatile markets this year. Click here for full article
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