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News Archive for February 2014

26/02/2014 - Can we really afford to miss out on the opportunities offered by shale gas?

Matthew Sinclair, Senior Consultant at Europe Economics, discusses the opportunities arising from Shale Gas and urges "politicians from all parties to get behind natural gas from shale". 

13/02/2014 - Why forward guidance 2.0 is not only laughable but entirely unnecessary

 Dr Andrew Lilico explains why the Bank of England's forward guidance 2.0 is not only laughable but also entirely unnecessary.

07/02/2014 - Dr Andrew Lilico: "Deflation can be good or bad but the Eurozone isn’t facing the bad sort yet" - City AM

Dr Andrew Lilcio has written an article for City AM on deflation risks in the Eurozone.

06/02/2014 - The Irish Mirror: "Ireland now third most expensive country in the Eurozone, survey reveals" - Forfas report based on work by Europe Economics

The report on "Consumer Costs and Inflation" published by Forfas (based on work by Europe Economics), revealing Ireland to be the third most expensive country in the Eurozone, has received much attention in the Irish press.

06/02/2014 - The Irish Independent: "Ireland is the third-dearest country in the eurozone" - Forfas report based on work by Europe Economics

The report on "Consumer Costs and Inflation" published by Forfas (based on work by Europe Economics), revealing Ireland to be the third most expensive country in the Eurozone, has received much attention in the Irish press.

06/02/2014 - RTE News: "Report shows Ireland third most expensive for goods, services in eurozone" - Forfas report based on work by Europe Economics

The report on "Consumer Costs and Inflation" published by Forfas (based on work by Europe Economics), revealing Ireland to be the third most expensive country in the Eurozone, has received much attention in the Irish press.

06/02/2014 - The Irish Times: "Prices fall but Ireland remains dearer than eurozone average" - Forfas report based on work by Europe Economics

The report on "Consumer Costs and Inflation" published by Forfas (based on work by Europe Economics), revealing Ireland to be the third most expensive country in the Eurozone, has received much attention in the Irish press.

03/02/2014 - Europe Economics' Report for New Direction discussed in the Huffington Post

"Scottish Independence, the EU and the Rebate Debate": Europe Economics' report for New Direction is discussed in the Huffingtom Post