Ms Connolly stated that given the strong financial position of our main Irish banks, they would consider holding off passing on the latest interest rate increase to their customers.
“It would provide such a sense of reassurance to the many Dublin mortgage holders faced with huge level of repayments. It is a tense and fearful time for all of us given the cost-of-living crisis, the high energy costs and continued rising inflation albeit at a slower pace.
Dublin Gazette, March 2023
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