The Impact of Oil Prices on Irish Inflation

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O'Brien, Derry; Weymes, Laura;

Oil prices have been characterised by large fluctuations in recent years. Strong volatility in oil prices has important implications for the Irish economy as Ireland has a relatively poor fuel endowment and relies heavily on imported oil. Energy price increases have bee... View more
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