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McGrath wants public bodies to keep taking cash payments

The Minister for Finance has written to Government colleagues asking that public bodies under their remit maintain their existing payment ...
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March ‘probably too early’ to expect interest rates to fall – Makhlouf

The Governor of the Central Bank has said his view is that March is probably too early a time to ...
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Unlikely energy prices will return to 2020 levels over coming months – CRU

It is unlikely that households will see energy prices return to the previous low levels seen in 2020 and 2021 ...
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First Home Scheme extended to self-builders building first home

The Government has extended the First Home Scheme to self-builders who are building their first home. The scheme, which was ...
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Euro zone August inflation revised slightly lower

Euro zone consumer inflation in August was slightly lower than initially estimated, the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat said today. ...
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Spending on homewares up 18% in August, but pub spend dips 1% – AIB

Summer spending recovered slightly last month despite the continuing bad weather, a new survey shows today. The AIB August Spend ...
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Annual house price growth cools to 1.5% in July – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that residential property prices rose by 1.5% in the 12 months to ...
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Economic growth expected to slow as multinational exports weaken – Central Bank

The Central Bank has lowered its forecasts for growth in the economy based on weaker exports from multinationals in Ireland, ...
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Grocery price inflation falls to lowest level in a year – Kantar

Grocery price inflation slowed to 11.5% in the 12 weeks to September 3, new figures from Kantar show today. This ...
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