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More UK supermarkets waive tax relief

Sainsbury’s, Asda, Aldi and B&M will forgo UK property tax relief during the pandemic, following rivals Tesco and Morrisons and ...
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EU regulator says derivatives market faces challenges on Brexit

The European Union’s top markets regulator has delivered a fresh warning that big European banks will face difficulties trading derivatives ...
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Hope fading post-Brexit trade talks could finish before Monday

Negotiations on a future EU-UK relationship will resume in London this morning, but hope is fading that the talks on ...
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€8.9 billion deficit in public finances recorded in November

The public finances recorded a deficit of €8.9 billion in November, according to the latest Exchequer figures. This compares to ...
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Services activity shrinks faster in November – PMI

Services activity contracted faster in November, ahead of the reopening from this week of large parts of the sector, a ...
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Little progress on key issues in Brexit talks

Brexit talks have stretched late into the night as both sides fought their corners with the clock ticking down to ...
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Brexit will impact consumer rights, warns watchdog

Irish consumers are planning on buying Irish after Brexit and many have already switched from UK websites due to concerns ...
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Dublin sixth most active real estate market in Europe, according to report

Dublin is the sixth most active real estate market in Europe for capital invested, according to a report by PwC and Urban ...
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Lockdown drives early Christmas shopping – PayPal

One third of Irish consumers, or 1.2 million people are Christmas shopping earlier this year due to lockdown, according to ...
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