Thursday, March 10, 2016

Irish GDP


Ireland booming in terms of the NIA GDP.  I cannot find any info or links to the cash basis statements of the Treasury of Ireland to see what is going on wrt leading govt spending but I'd assume it is pretty solid based on this report.

Gross domestic product rose an annual 9.2 percent in the fourth quarter, the Central Statistics Office said in Dublin on Thursday.



4 comments:

Neil Wilson said...

Irish GDP and GNP are significantly different due to all the US company pass through that happens there.

Classic attempt by the Irish to get a few crumbs off the table.

Matt Franko said...

Neil do you know if Ireland's Treasury publishes a Daily Statement?

Did some hacking around but couldnt find anything...

Perhaps transfers are up or something... I'd like to check if the data is available...

Jose Guilherme said...

And Irish per capita GDP is still below its 2007 level.

See here : http://www.tradingeconomics.com/ireland/gdp-per-capita-at-constant-prices-imf-data.html

Neil Wilson said...

"Neil do you know if Ireland's Treasury publishes a Daily Statement?'

The UK doesn't, so I doubt Ireland - now a wholly owned subsidiary of Frankfurt - does.