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House prices grow at slowest rate in six years – CSO

Residential property prices posted their lowest annual growth in over six years in December, increasing by 0.9% after prices in ...
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Euro zone industrial output tumbles more than expected in December

Euro zone manufacturing output plunged more than expected in December ending a weak quarter for the single currency area, official ...
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Economy operating close to full capacity – Central Bank

The Central Bank has said the economy is close to operating at full capacity and that any incoming government should ...
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Number of apartments built last year jumps by 60% – CSO

The number of apartments built last year jumped by almost 60% compared to 2018, new figures from the Central Statistics ...
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Banks and property related stocks slump in Dublin trade

Shares on the Dublin market were lower today after Sinn Féin secured the highest percentage of the first preference vote in ...
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Commercial sector boosts construction activity in January – PMI

Activity in the construction sector grew in January for the second month in a row, but the pace of growth ...
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Euro zone investor morale falls in February on coronavirus fears – Sentix

Investor morale in the euro zone fell for the first time in four months in February over fears that China ...
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House sales up in commuter counties

The sale of houses in commuter counties around Dublin increased by at least 5%, according to a study based on ...
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Oil prices edge down as traders assess China’s oil demand

Oil prices edged down this morning but held recent ranges as traders assessed China’s oil demand following the coronavirus outbreak ...
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