Tagged with: NAMA


A spiral out of control

Rory Hearne 11/11/2016

The Minister for Housing, Simon Coveney, indicated yesterday that he is not going to introduce rent regulation/certainty as it might deter the ‘supply’ of private rental accommodation. This shows that it is the new Irish landlords – the wealthy global real estate funds – that are influencing housing policy and not the needs of the hundreds …



A sneak pre-view of the 4-year plan

Slí Eile 21/11/2010

Slí Eile: An interesting insight from former IMF director, Donal Donovan, is given here. He writes in the Irish Times, last Friday, that: "These …

Dezoning land, NAMA and adding locational value

Nat O'Connor 15/07/2010

Nat O'Connor: It was reported today that "the 40,000 hectares of land zoned for residential development across the country will be reduced to 12,000 …

Banks: elsewhere on the web ....

31/03/2010

Over at Ireland after Nama, Declan Curran asks some pertinent questions. On Irish Economy, Karl Whelan takes a look at The Good, the Bad and the …

The 'I'm really getting tired of this nonsense' guide to bond yield trends

Michael Taft 31/03/2010

Michael Taft: There are others who will discuss intelligently the fall-out from Ireland’s financial Black Hole Day (Sli Eile, Stephen Kinsella and …

How much are the bank bailouts going to cost us?

Nat O'Connor 31/03/2010

Nat O'Connor: There is a lack of clarity about just how much the bank bailout will cost ordinary people. But based on recent news, the estimated …

Groundhog Day

Stephen Kinsella 30/03/2010

Stephen Kinsella: Super Tuesday has been and gone. Even those of us who study Irish public policy and the Irish economy on a daily basis were taken …

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