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Tag Archives: Exchequer
Irish Exchequer returns for 2011 are in and there has been much in the line of fireworks celebrating the ‘strong’ results. Alas, these celebrations are revealing more about the nature of the Exchequer figures analysis deployed by the Government spin … Continue reading
Dear Machholz, Your work over the last few months has paid off – the new Programme for Government includes a range of commitments on ending homelessness, just as we so strongly demanded. The overall statement we were seeking is there … Continue reading
FAMILIES were today facing more financial pain after private health insurer Quinn Healthcare said it will hike its prices by an average of 6pc. Up to 500,000 customers are set to pay more from April in Quinn’s second insurance policy … Continue reading
06/01/2011: Exchequer Returns – part 3 Posted by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev In parts 1 and 2 (here and here) I’ve dealt with some longer term issues relating to the general Exchequer performance figures. In the following two posts I will … Continue reading
Economics 6/12/10: IMF stress tests for Irish banks Posted by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev Here are three things that are worth asking about the latest details of the EU/IMF ‘rescue’ package released over the weekend. All relate to the issue of … Continue reading