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€11bn Budget announced due to ‘exceptionally challenging times’

Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath said he is making €100 million available in 2022 to ensure schools are supported ...
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Two new schemes set to help businesses with energy costs

The Government looks set to unveil two new schemes worth over a billion euro to assist businesses with rising energy ...
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Falling pound pauses as investors await policy response

Sterling steadied this morning but was perched above its record low only thanks to soaring yields on British debt and ...
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Budget: Spending, tax measures worth nearly €11bn expected

The formal announcement of Budget 2023 will be made in the Dáil this afternoon. Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe is ...
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Sterling collapses as investors move into dollars

Sterling tumbled to a record low this morning as traders scampered for the exits on speculation the new government’s economic ...
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Economic sentiment down in September amid energy woes

A new survey shows that with households facing the prospect of even higher gas and electricity bills over the coming ...
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High stakes Budget to tackle inflation being finalised

Budget discussions continued into the early hours of this morning as the coalition leaders and the Ministers for Finance and ...
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Oil prices edge down, recession fears back in focus

Oil prices fell today amid recession fears and a stronger US dollar, though losses were capped by supply concerns after ...
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Govt approves draft bill on family-friendly working

The Government has approved a draft bill aimed at improving family-friendly work practices and supporting women in the workforce. It ...
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