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The Impact of Asset Price Trends on Irish Households

  • Cussen, Mary

    (Central Bank of Ireland)

  • Kelly, John

    (Central Bank of Ireland)

  • Phelan, Gillian

    (Central Bank of Ireland)

This article examines how the changing economic environment influenced households’ portfolio composition of assets and liabilities over the past seven years.

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Article provided by Central Bank of Ireland in its journal Quarterly Bulletin Articles.

Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): (July)
Pages: 70-84

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Handle: RePEc:cbi:qtbart:y:2008:m:07:p:70-84
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  7. Kelly, John & Cussen, Mary & Phelan, Gillian, 2007. "The Net Worth of Irish Households - An Update," Quarterly Bulletin Articles, Central Bank of Ireland, pages 109-122, July.
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