Gabriel Makhlouf

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The Irish Times reported on Friday that Greek banks alone have put €53.9 billion of loans – largely understood to comprise problem household and company debt into Irish-domiciled SPVs to help shift them off their balance sheets. Image: iStock

At the height of the Covid-19 consternation in March – when the western economy slid into lockdown and global markets cratered – the biggest shock vis(...)

Infectious disease specialist  Prof Sam McConkey was criticised in many quarters for his perceived negativity when he urged caution on the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. File photograph: Getty

A predilection for too much consensus or groupthink has often caused us harm in out country. Like buffalo, a significant number of Irish people prefer(...)

The BPFI said this was the busiest month for mortgage approvals since the data series began in 2011. Photograph:   Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

There was a surge in mortgage approvals in October driven by first-time buyers, according to Banking and Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI). The indu(...)

Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland Gabriel Makhlouf said the imbalance between demand and supply is likely to persits for an extended period. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has ruled out a temporary loosening of mortgage lending rules during the coronavirus crisis while warning that the imbalance between (...)

The concern now is that as more businesses run into financial trouble, even with Government supports, many will not make it through.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Large parts of the economy are in lockdown again. How do we assess the economic costs of this? Data, outlined below, shows how many people never retur(...)

Gabriel Makhlouf: “There is a whammy from the pandemic that is hitting particular sectors hard and then we have the added whammy of Brexit.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Republic will be the euro zone’s biggest loser from a no-deal Brexit, which threatens to cause an economic “double whammy” on top of the fallout f(...)

“The latest restrictions announced by the Government on Monday evening clearly have negative implications for individuals, households and businesses,” Mr Makhlouf told the Oireachtas finance committee on Wednesday.

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf said that Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions coming into effect for six weeks from midnight on Wednesday will result(...)

Central Bank of Ireland governor Gabriel Makhlouf.

Central Bank of Ireland governor Gabriel Makhlouf is now in receipt of a UK public service pension, having recently turned 60, the bank’s board was in(...)

About 86,000 homeowners availed of the mortgage-payment breaks, but by late August about half had returned to normal repayment procedures, with about 43,000 still availing of the relief. About 86,000 homeowners availed of the mortgage-payment breaks, but by late August about half had returned to normal repayment procedures, with about 43,000 still availing of the relief.

The State should offer financial assistance to homeowners struggling to meet their mortgage as a result of Covid-19, a consumer advocate has said, ami(...)

About 86,000 homeowners availed of the mortgage-payment breaks, but by late August about half had returned to normal repayment procedures, with about 43,000 still availing of the relief.

The State should offer financial assistance to homeowners struggling to meet their mortgage as a result of Covid-19, a consumer advocate has said, ami(...)

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