Tag Archives: karl deeter

The construction industry lacks a trained labour force of sufficient size to execute the required strategies

House prices have been rising and are showing no signs of coming under control, at least in terms of the price inflation rate emulating the general rate of inflation. We hear about demand-pull inflation all the time. It’s easy to understand: you have a relatively fixed supply (in this case housing) and as demand for […]

Tonight with Vincent Browne: Budget night 2015

This is Karl Deeter’s contribution to the Vincent Browne show on TV3 the night of Budget 2015.

RTE Morning Edition: Newspaper Review

We were asked to do a review of the newspapers on RTE’s Morning Edition with Keelin Shanley.

RTE Morning Edition

We were asked to do the newspaper review on RTE’s Morning Edition

RTE Morning Edition

Talking Point with Sarah Carey on the relevance of Unions

We were on Talking Point with Sarah Carey on Newstalk 106 on Saturday talking about the relevance of Trade Unions in modern Ireland.

Why do we keep making the same mistakes? From one bubble to another…

Almost everybody knows a person who is in a less than ideal relationship and who says to themselves ‘why do they stay with that person?’. There is no simple answer, but then again, how can we be dumbfounded in particular when we suffer the same delusion in general? You see, the same problems haunt us […]

The Morning Show – Property Prices and KBC banks, Wednesday, 23 January 2013

We were back on the Morning Show talking about property price and market trends

The Morning Show Personal Finance with Karl Deeter, Wednesday, 19 December 2012

TV3 Ireland AM on financial compliants

Ireland AM covered the financial services ombudsman report