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Consumer prices down 0.2% in January – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office figures show that consumer prices posted an annual fall of 0.2% in January ...
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Varadkar promises more targeted Covid-19 supports

The economy will “bounce back” sooner than many people think, the Tánaiste has told the Dáil, but he added that ...
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Ulster Bank confirms exit from Irish market

Ulster Bank has announced a phased withdrawal from the Republic of Ireland over the coming years that will be managed ...
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Central Bank expects ‘speedy’ resolution of business interruption claims

The Central Bank has contacted a number of insurers on resolving relevant business interruption claims in a ‘proactive and speedy’ ...
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Bank of Ireland to refund 35,000 mortgage customers

Bank of Ireland is to refund tens of thousands of its mortgage customers after it discovered that it had overcharged ...
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Irish online retail sales soar by 159% in 2020 – Wolfgang Digital

Irish online retail sales grew by 159% in 2020, according to new figures from digital agency Wolfgang Digital, up from ...
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European new car sales drop by 25.7% in January

European car registrations dropped in January, industry data showed today, as measures to restrict a second coronavirus wave hit sales ...
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Donohoe says public finances still within overall budget

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe has said the public finances are still within the overall budget published last October. However, ...
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Job postings continue to grow, still down 24% – Indeed Ireland

Job postings on Indeed Ireland were down 24% in early February compared with the same time last year, according to ...
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