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No sudden withdrawal of fiscal measures – Donohoe

The Minister for Finance has said there will be no sudden withdrawal of the fiscal stimulus measures put in place ...
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Irish port volumes steadily rising but still lower than last year

The quantity of goods passing through Irish ports from the UK remains around half of what it was this time ...
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Almost €100,000 income needed for cheapest Dublin apartments – study

A couple earning average wages still cannot afford even the cheapest new apartments in Dublin, according to a study. The ...
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Too much cash, too few homes – property prices in a pandemic

A multi-millionaire Australian property mogul controversially suggested a few years ago that if young people wanted to buy a house, ...
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Interest rates on State savings schemes to be reduced

The interest rates on several State savings schemes are to be reduced, the National Treasury Management Agency has announced. The ...
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Big consumer rebound expected after Q1 lockdown – Goodbody

The unleashing of €13 billion in household savings and significant pent-up demand will lead to a surge in consumer spending that ...
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Setback for banks’ Revolut-style payment app application as CCPC rejects it as ‘invalid’

A plan by the main banks here to develop a person to person money transfer app to rival Revolut and ...
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Salaries for in-demand skills to increase by up to 5%

Salaries for in-demand and emerging niche skill sets will increase by up to 5% this year, according to the Morgan McKinley ...
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Vaccine roll-out key to economic growth this year – Central Bank

The Central Bank has forecast that growth in the economy will pick up in the second half of this year, ...
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