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Consumer confidence steady, but business sentiment slips in September

Bank of Ireland said its latest Economic Pulse suggests that households and firms have taken the Government’s latest re-opening roadmap ...
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Asking prices for homes rose 9% in third quarter, but rate eases

Asking prices for homes in the third quarter were up 9% across the country compared to the same period last ...
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Bank of Ireland’s CFO to step down, lender blames pay cap

 Bank of Ireland has blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers’ pay and bonuses for the announcement that its chief financial officer ...
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Almost €1.2 billion worth of mortgages approved in August – BPFI

New figures from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland show that mortgage approvals fell by 9.2% in August following a record ...
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Tánaiste confident of pension, tax and welfare packages in Budget 2022

The Tánaiste has told business leaders that he is confident that the Government is in a position to include a ...
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Tánaiste signals increase in minimum wage in coming year

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has told the Dáil that there will be an increase in the minimum wage in the coming ...
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British Irish Chamber calls for ‘Shared Islands Fund’ to reboot UK-Ireland economic relationship

The British-Irish Chamber of Commerce has called for the establishment of a “Shared Island Fund” to help boost the economic ...
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One third of business leaders say Covid has changed required skills sets

Nearly a third of business leaders say the requisite skills and experience on the board of their organisation have changed ...
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Donohoe and Yellen hold ‘constructive’ corporate tax talks

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has spoken with the US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the current OECD process that ...
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