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EU proposes limits on energy use during peak hours

The European Commission is proposing a mandatory reduction in electricity use during peak hours as part of sweeping new measures ...
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Oil prices climb on tight supply worries

Oil prices rose by as much as $1 per barrel today after dropping below key technical support levels in the ...
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ECB expected to raise interest rates again

The European Central Bank’s Governing Council meets today and is widely expected to agree an increase in interest rates. Inflation ...
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Energy credit, temperature settings on Cabinet agenda

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has said there will be another form of universal energy credit and new measures for ...
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Government approves pay increases for early learning and childcare workers

The Government has approved a new pay agreement which will provide pay increases and wage structure for early learning and ...
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Euro zone Q2 growth revised up, supported by household spending

Euro zone economic growth was stronger than previously estimated in the second quarter, data showed today. Today’s figures show that ...
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Energy-related emissions up 5.4%, SEAI data shows

Energy related emissions were up 5.4% last year, according to new figures from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI). ...
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Euro zone July retail sales rise, but weaker than expected

Euro zone retail sales rose in July, but by less than expected because of a continued slump in demand for ...
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Oil prices inch lower on symbolic OPEC+ output cut

Oil prices edged lower today, paring gains from the previous session, as an OPEC+ deal to cut output by 100,000 ...
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