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Quarterly Bulletin No.3 2016 Press Conference Transcript 29/07/2016Quarterly Bulletin No.3 2016 Press Conference Transcript
Transcript of press conference for Quarterly Bulletin No.3 2016 on 27 July 2016
QB32016 An Timpeallacht Gheilleagrach27/07/2016QB32016 An Timpeallacht Gheilleagrach
An Timpeallacht Gheilleagrach
QB32016 Comment27/07/2016QB32016 Comment
Comment from the Central Bank of Ireland's Quarterly Bulletin No.3 of 2016
QB32016 Developments in the Euro Area Economy27/07/2016QB32016 Developments in the Euro Area Economy
Developments in the Euro Area Economy, taken from the Central Bank of Ireland's Quarterly Bulletin No.3 2016
QB32016 Domestic Economy27/07/2016QB32016 Domestic Economy
Domestic Economy from the Central Bank of Ireland's Quarterly Bulletin 3 2016
QB3 2016 Statistical Appendix26/07/2016QB3 2016 Statistical Appendix
 
QB32016 Financing Developments in the Irish Economy26/07/2016QB32016 Financing Developments in the Irish Economy
Financing Developments in the Irish Economy
QB32016 Forecast Summary Table26/07/2016QB32016 Forecast Summary Table
QB32016 Forecast Summary Table
Quarterly Bulletin No. 3 201626/07/2016Quarterly Bulletin No. 3 2016
Quarterly Bulletin No. 3 2016
Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Axa Insurance Limited26/07/2016Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Axa Insurance Limited
Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank of Ireland and Axa Insurance Limited
QB3 2016 Estimating Cash Buyers and Transaction Volumes in the Residential Property Sector 2000-201425/07/2016QB3 2016 Estimating Cash Buyers and Transaction Volumes in the Residential Property Sector 2000-2014
This article describes data used to address the issue of the volume of transactions and cash-only sales in Ireland’s residential property market over almost two decades. The approach employed here examines the proportion of total residential property sales attributable to cash buyers (or non-mortgage transactions) and provides new insights which allows for a deeper understanding of developments in the market. We find that at the pinnacle of Ireland’s housing boom, there were approximately 150,000 transactions, with cash buyers accounting for 25 per cent of these sales. Since then the volume of transactions fell to a low of 21,000 in 2010 while the share of cash purchases had risen to around 60 per cent in more recent years. The increase in the share of cash buyers reflects the sharp fall in the number of mortgages drawn down while the actual number of cash-buyer transactions is not necessarily atypical of the early years of the last decade. We also find that the turnover of residential property – or total transactions as a proportion of the housing stock – has fallen sharply since the crisis and is currently low, both by historical and by international standards.
QB3 2016 The New Paradigm - Analysis of Eurosytem Monetary Operations25/07/2016QB3 2016 The New Paradigm - Analysis of Eurosytem Monetary Operations
In 2015 and the first half of 2016, the actions of global central banks continued to be one of the main drivers of financial markets and a key focus for market participants. In this article, we review the Eurosystem experience over this period outlining the main changes to the Eurosystem’s operational framework, in particular the expansion of the asset purchase programmes, and analyse the impact of these measures on Eurosystem liquidity provision and on liquidity conditions. In this context, the article also summarises developments in the euro-area money market over the review period and provides a brief summary of the debt capital market activity of both the Irish sovereign and main domestic banks.
Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 322/07/2016Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 3
Macroprudential Measures and Irish Mortgage Lending: A Review of Recent Data by Enda Keenan, Christina Kinghan, Yvonne McCarthy & Conor O'Toole
SME Market Report 2016H122/07/2016SME Market Report 2016H1
SME Market Report 2016H1
Research Technical Paper 05RT1613/07/2016Research Technical Paper 05RT16
Mortgage modifications and loan performance by Christian Danne and Anne McGuinness
Settlement Agreement with New Ireland Assurance Company plc.13/07/2016Settlement Agreement with New Ireland Assurance Company plc.
The Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) has fined New Ireland Assurance Company plc (the “Firm”) €650,000 and reprimanded it for two breaches of the Consumer Protection Code 2012.
Central Bank of Ireland 2016 Report on Protected Disclosures30/06/2016Central Bank of Ireland 2016 Report on Protected Disclosures
Central Bank of Ireland 2016 Report on Protected Disclosures
Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank and Seamus Sutcliffe t/a The Mortgage Centre30/06/2016Settlement Agreement between the Central Bank and Seamus Sutcliffe t/a The Mortgage Centre
The Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) has issued a fine of €2,750 and a reprimand to Seamus Sutcliffe t/a The Mortgage Centre (the “Firm”) in respect of a failure to hold professional indemnity insurance (“PII”) for a period of time. Insurance intermediaries are required to hold PII under Regulation 17 of the European Communities (Insurance Mediation) Regulations, 2005 (the “IMR”).
Lending Conditions and Loan Default: What Can We Learn From UK Buy-to-Let Loans?28/06/2016Lending Conditions and Loan Default: What Can We Learn From UK Buy-to-Let Loans?
Lending Conditions and Loan Default: What Can We Learn From UK Buy-to-Let Loans?
Macro Financial Review 2016.I14/06/2016Macro Financial Review 2016.I
Macro Financial Review 2016 I