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Euro zone business lending still weak amid slowdown

Lending to euro zone companies held at a two-year low last month despite lending to households hitting yet another post-crisis ...
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High debt pile a low risk to economy, says NTMA chief

While Ireland’s stock of sovereign debt is still high, the risk it presents to the country’s economic future is now ...
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European stocks dive 3% as coronavirus raises recession fears

European shares sank between 2% and 3% this morning as investors feared a global recession is on the horizon with ...
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Prices in Ireland 27% above EU average – CSO

Irish consumers pay the second highest prices in Europe, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office.  The country ...
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Ireland’s tax rules ‘used for aggressive tax planning’

The European Commission has claimed that “Ireland’s tax rules are used for aggressive tax planning”. The claim is made in ...
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Consumer sentiment remains subdued in February

Consumer sentiment remained subdued in February as concerns over household finances largely cancelled out optimism around the economy in general, ...
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Average earnings rise by 3.5% last year – CSO

Average earnings in the economy rose by 3.5% last year, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. ...
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Enterprise Ireland invested €24m in Irish start-ups

600 delegates are attending the Enterprise Ireland Start-Up Showcase today in Croke Park. Enterprise Ireland, the government agency responsible for ...
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Early gains fade for European shares as virus fears weigh

European shares edged lower today after recording their worst losses since June 2016 in the previous session. Trading was still dominated ...
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