Ireland: Economy registers highest quarterly growth since Q2 2011

In Q3, the economy grew 1.5% over the previous quarter in seasonally-adjusted terms. The expansion followed the 1.0% increase observed in Q2 and overshot market expectations of a 0.6% rise in GDP. This marks the highest quarterly reading since Q2 2011. Moreover, on an annual basis, the economy rebounded and rose from a 1.6% contraction in Q2 to a 1.7% expansion in Q3.

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