Exchange Rate in Ireland

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Ireland - Exchange Rate

Covid-19 and consequent containment measures have dealt a significant blow to the economy in Q2, after growth slowed in Q1 on a downturn in domestic demand. In April, manufacturing activity plunged; both the manufacturing and services PMI remained mired in contractionary territory in April–May amid depressed demand; and retail sales nosedived to a series low in April, reflecting the impact of lockdown measures on consumer spending. In better news, the lockdown has gradually been eased since mid-May, with restrictions being loosened more rapidly in June: Commercial centers reopened from 15 June, while bars, restaurants, hotels and other services to resumed activity on 29 June. Meanwhile, on 27 June, Micheál Martin of Fianna Fáil was elected as Ireland’s new prime minister. Martin will lead a historic three-way coalition alongside long-time rivals Fine Gael, as well as the Green Party. The presented policy agenda is largely focused on reactivating the economy and restoring employment.

Ireland - Exchange Rate Data

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Ireland Exchange Rate Chart


Ireland Exchange Rate
Note: U.S. dollar (USD) per euro.
Source: Thomson Reuters.

Ireland Facts

Value Change Date
Bond Yield-0.090.27 %Jan 01
Exchange Rate1.120.65 %Dec 31

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