NewsCrime & CourtGarda statistics show drop in Limerick property crimeBy David Raleigh – October 17, 2019 211 Print Previous articleNews Roundup 19 October, 2019Next articleCocaine epidemic is biggest problem facing Limerick Gardaí David Raleigh Twitter “PROPERTY CRIME”, more commonly known as burglary, robbery and theft, is down by ten per cent in Limerick City and County, according to the latest local Garda crime statistics.The breakdown across districts showed a “sizeable drop” in Bruff where Gardaí recorded a 42 per cent decrease in burglaries, thefts and robbery.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In Newcastle West property crime dropped by 12 per cent, from 335 to 294 incidents.In Bruff the number of recorded incidents was reduced from from 205 to 119.In the Roxboro Road Garda area, the figure had reduced by 14 per cent from 794 incidents to 679, and there was also a four per cent reduction in property crime in the Henry Street Garda area (from 1784 to 1712).“Across the board there were drops everywhere with regard to property crime, and that includes your burglary element in it. It is quiet positive,” Senior Crime and Policing Analyst Lynda Breen told a meeting of the Limerick Joint Policing Committee.She said that there has been a 17 per cent reduction in non-aggravated burglaries.In Newcastle West, Bruff, and Henry Street Garda areas there was a reduction in non-aggravated burglaries however in Roxboro Road there was a three per cent increase.Crimes Against the Person, including murder, murder threats, and assaults, dropped by four per cent across the city and county. Linkedin Facebook Email WhatsApp Advertisement
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The bank also has revenues that reached $18.7 billion, down from $19.7 billion last year.Loans totaled $622 billion in the third quarter, down 5 percent from last year during the same period and down 1 percent in constant dollars. The net interest margin was 2.94 percent.The company also returned $2.1 billion of capital to common shareholders and repurchased 36 million common shares.”The quarter had more than its fair share of volatility and our results speak to the resilience of our franchise globally,” said Michael Corbat, CEO of Citigroup. “And despite revenue headwinds, we once again proved our ability to manage our risk, our expenses and our capital. We remain on track to deliver our full-year efficiency and ROA targets. I feel good about the quality and consistency of our earnings over the course of this year, as we have continued to make solid progress against our core priorities.U.S. Bancorp was also slightly profitable in the third quarter, with a net income of $1.489 billion, or $0.81 per share, up from$1.483 billion in the previous quarter and up from $1.471 billion in the same quarter last year.The company attributes the rise in year-over-year net income to higher net interest income and noninterest income, along with reduced credit losses provisions. On the other hand, the increase in net income from the previous quarter was mostly due to increases in net interest income and noninterest income.”The quarter had more than its fair share of volatility and our results speak to the resilience of our franchise globally.” Michael CorbatAverage total loans were $6.7 billion, up 2.7 percent year-over-year, the statement noted.U.S. Bancorp Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Richard K. Davis expressed that he was “proud of the financial performance our 67,000 employees delivered in the third quarter.”“Overall, our actions to generate growth in our balance sheet and revenues, combined with our deliberate efforts to optimize our expense management initiatives, resulted in a solid quarter and put us on a positive forward-looking trajectory,” he said. “As U.S. Bancorp pursues its vision for the future, we are focused on sustainable growth. We continue to make prudent long-term investments to protect our industry leading competitive positions and help our customers build financially secure futures.”Goldman Sachs reported net earnings of $1.43 billion for the third quarter, or $2.90 per share. 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