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# Quarterly Bulletin

This year
Central Bank expects a 'gradual and uneven' decline to inflation over next two years
The Central Bank also anticipates wages will increase due to pressures from the employment rate.
Caution urged over spending corporate tax receipts, as Varadkar warns about fueling inflation
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar today said it is important not to fuel inflation – a mistake previous administrations have made.
Central Bank warns poor housing supply is a 'constraint' on Irish economy
The Bank revised its consumer price inflation forecasts down to 5% due to a more positive outlook for energy prices this year.
Last year
Central Bank revises growth forecast downwards to 4.3%
The economy is still expected to grow over the coming years but downside risks have increased.
All time
Outlook for Irish economy increasingly upbeat so long as reopening delays are temporary, says Central Bank
Forecasters have upwardly revised their projections for the domestic economy and GDP.
Like it's 2008 - Irish people set to break the €100 billion barrier in consumer spending this year
Spending will be at a greater level than the previous high-water mark in 2008, if the forecasts are to be believed.
Things are finally looking better for jobs AND wages
The Central Bank’s latest forecasts are all pretty good.
Central Bank revises down economic expectations for 2012
Good news: GDP is to expand by more than expected this year. Bad news: GDP is to grow by less than expected next year.
Central Bank scales down expectations for economic growth
The latest quarterly bulletin has less ambitious targets for growth in both GDP and GNP than the last one did.