Economic Eye Forecasts

The EY Economic Eye Forecast provides economic analysis of the all-island economy across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Read or download our latest forecast below.

How people, prices, and planet will shape the all-island outlook  

Economic Eye, Winter 2021 Forecast

 

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EY’s Economic Eye provides all-island economic forecasts and commentary for the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK, produced by Professor Neil Gibson, EY Ireland Chief Economist and the Economic Advisory team.

It is currently the only all-island report of its kind, containing detailed forecasts and analysis covering economic growth, the labour market, business and sectoral issues and more. Enjoying extensive media coverage, Economic Eye has fast become a staple of economic commentary and debate across the island. 

The Economic Eye Winter 2021 report, published in December, reflects on how the challenges of people, prices, and planet will shape the all-island economic outlook in 2022 and beyond.

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Economic Eye, Winter 2021 Forecast

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How people, prices, and planet will shape the all-island outlook  

Economic Eye, Winter 2021 Forecast

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EY Economic Eye: Northern Ireland’s economy ends 2021 on stronger platform for growth than projected

BELFAST, 10 DECEMBER 2021: Northern Ireland’s economy ends 2021 on a stronger platform for growth than was projected, despite the economic and societal headwinds of the past 21 months, according to EY Ireland’s Economic Eye report.

10 Dec 2021

EY Economic Eye: Ireland’s economy ends 2021 on stronger platform for growth than projected

DUBLIN, 10 DECEMBER 2021: Ireland’s economy ends 2021 on a stronger platform for growth than was projected, despite the economic and societal headwinds of the past 21 months, according to EY Ireland’s Economic Eye report.

10 Dec 2021

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