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Flights delayed and airports impacted by tech outages

Airports and airlines across Europe are experiencing technical issues as media companies, banks and telecom firms around the world also ...
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Over one million domestic holidays taken last year, up 8%

The domestic tourism market grew strongly in 2023 with over 14.3 million trips taken by Irish holidaymakers which generated €3.1 ...
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ECB keeps rates unchanged, offers no guidance on next move

The European Central Bank kept interest rates unchanged as expected today, with its president Christine Lagarde saying a move in ...
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ECB not expected to cut interest rates any further today

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) is expected to leave interest rates unchanged when it meets later ...
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Property prices rise for 9th month in a row in May – CSO

The annual rate of increase in the price of homes around the country picked up further in pace in May, ...
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EU new car sales rise 4.3% in June

New car sales in the European Union rose 4.3% in June to their highest since July 2019, driven by an ...
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IMF sees steady global growth, warns of slowing disinflation

The global economy is set for modest growth over the next two years amid cooling activity in the US, a ...
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Just 15% of Irish firms ‘fully compliant’ with GDPR

Just 15% of businesses here say they are fully compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules. ...
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Rebound in Dublin office lettings, but vacancy still rising

There has been a strong rebound in Dublin office lettings, but a surge in supply in driving vacancy rates higher. ...
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