With house prices and rental yields on the increase in Ireland at pace not seen since the Celtic Tiger days, many mortgage holders would be right to ask what of … Continue reading Avoid mortgage complacency
By Frank Conway Across the Eurozone, we’re being told that the price of goods and services has been falling. Not a bad thing, especially now as those pesky post-Christmas credit … Continue reading Quantitative Easing Impact on Main Street Explained
Mario Draghi has proven a shrewd operator since he took the helm as head of the ECB over three years ago so it should be easy to read his lips … Continue reading Will the ECB put petrol in the QE car today?
With the European Central Bank widely expected to cut interest rates later this week, the question of how mortgage holders should use their ‘savings’ arises. For many, the joy of … Continue reading Consumers last to benefit from ECB rate cut
Euro economies are heading for deflation, the ECB is alarmed, Mario Draghi is set to act. Included in the arsenal to reverse the trend are cuts in interest rates (posibly … Continue reading Deflation and negative interest rates: why the ECB is worried!
Simmering hopes that the European Central Bank would again cut interest rates were dashed today as Mario Draghi and his team chose to leave interest rates unchanged. There are about … Continue reading Booming US &UK offset ECB rate disappointment for Irish