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‘Green’ job postings jump 93%, but jobseekers wary

So-called ‘green’ job postings in Ireland are up over 90% since 2019, new data shows. The research from hiring platform ...
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Diesel & petrol prices hit highest level so far this year

The latest AA Ireland fuel price survey shows that petrol and diesel prices have hit their highest level so far ...
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Job vacancies continuing to fall

The level of job vacancies continued to fall in the first quarter of the year according to the latest ‘Jobs ...
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BPFI says SMEs face adjusting profit expectations as costs rise

Small and medium sized businesses will need to adjust their profit expectations in order to ensure the viability and continued ...
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Confirmed euro zone inflation fall bolsters ECB’s June rate cut plan

Euro zone inflation slowed across the board last month, reinforcing expectations for a European Central Bank interest rate cut in ...
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Both exports and imports fall in February – CSO

Ireland’s exports and imports fell in February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. Goods exports in ...
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Govt agrees to delay date of Patent referendum

The Government has agreed to defer the date for the referendum on the EU’s Unified Patent Court, Minister for Enterprise ...
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Makhlouf expects that ‘all things equal’ the ECB will cut interest rates in June

The Governor of the Central Bank has said he expects that “all things equal” the European Central Bank will cut ...
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Euro zone inflation heading to 2% after ‘bumpy’ road – ECB’s Lane

Euro zone inflation is heading to the European Central Bank’s 2% target next year after a “bumpy” road that will ...
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