I'm currently working to were about 20% up since the bottom of the lost trough, this has happened over about 3-4 weeks. Is this about to fall like a stone after really fast growth or is it because the bank is climbing out of such a low? Also I think doughnuts asked me what my buy in price was and I think it averages out at 0.27.
Some time ago here we discussed rural decline and urbanisation of ireland. I mentioned our nice new roads sucking the life from the countryside into dublin. This is exactly the road (N3) I was talking about and Virginia is where I witness the drain regularly. I leave my daughter at the bus stop opposite Skellys as she heads off to college and now work in Dublin. If you pull in at the stop it can take 3 or 4 minutes to get a break in the dublin bound traffic to pull back out in the street again. The increase in traffic has been very noticeable since spring this year. I don't know if the toll figures are public on that road but I wouldn't be surprised if they have doubled in the last two years.
There's a couple of small towns around here where a house to rent isn't available at the moment. A nice (very) rural family house locally had 13 viewings by renters. €700 per month it went for in the end. The nearest shop is 5km away.
I am within the one hour drive to dublin area so maybe not fully representative of the country but there is no doubt that there's a buzz coming back to Ireland.
Just got wind the IDA have 'just' landed a NYSE billion dollar financial Inc that are currently not in Ireland. I'm told it's a done deal and the offices are already secured, was given their name etc, best keep it QT until Mr Enda takes the bows and cheers ! It's only 80 jobs but that's great for the lucky 80. and another positive step for the irish finance scene. When I looked them up I was surprised they were not here already…good for ireland and its banking sector
(a) .20c (b) I'm only trying to recoup some of the losses I lost in the boom. A total gamble where I threw all the remaining chips on the table. Looking forward to the gallon in poolbeg street in time.
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