European Economics

European Data Response

15 September, 2017

Ireland GDP (Q2)

After falling in Q1, Ireland’s GDP only partially rebounded in Q2. That said, the data are notoriously unreliable as a measure of domestic activity. Other more reliable indicators suggest that the economy is performing well.

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