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Why the Covid-19 crisis may push up house prices

The publication of the Central Statistics Office’s estimates of last year’s economic growth is normally newsworthy. But when figures appeared ...
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Euro zone businesses bounce back in July as lockdowns loosen

Euro zone business activity grew in July for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit, as more parts of ...
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Government launches €7.4bn Jobs Stimulus to help businesses re-open, get people back to work and promote confidence

The Government has today announced the July Jobs Stimulus, a €7.4bn package of measures designed to stimulate a jobs-led recovery ...
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Revolut Junior now available to those who use its free online account

DIGITAL payments company Revolut has made its child-friendly money management app available for those who use its free online current ...
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Use of cheques halves as electronic payments continue to increase

The phrase ‘the cheque is in the post’ is set to become redundant. New figures show that the use of ...
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Big challenge in economic stimulus plans is to avoid wastefulness

The Government’s economic stimulus plan, which will be published today if it is signed off by the Cabinet, is a ...
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The EU’s €750 billion recovery fund – What is in it for Ireland?

In the ‘deal before dawn’ to secure a multi-billion euro Covid-19 recovery package and a €1.8 trillion budget package to see ...
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Firms spend up to €42,500 to meet Covid requirements, according to CSO

Small businesses spent on average €4,000 on Covid-19 measures to comply with requirements for trading, according to the Central Statistics ...
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Almost half of firms deferring payments to manage cash flow – Central Bank

Around four in ten firms surveyed by the Central Bank say they have unpaid invoices. The outstanding amounts equate to ...
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