Skip to content

News

Home prices see annual increase of 3% in February – CSO

The price of residential property nationally rose by 3% in February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics ...
Read More

NTMA raises €3.5 billion through sale of a 20-year bond

The National Treasury Management Agency has raised €3.5 billion through the sale of a new 20-year bond. The bond, which ...
Read More

Trade with UK declines again in February – CSO

Trade with Great Britain continued to decline in February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. Imports ...
Read More

Low Pay Commission to investigate move to €12.30 per hour living wage

The Government has formally authorised the Low Pay Commission to investigate how Ireland can move towards a living wage, and ...
Read More

Digital advertising spend up 8% last year to €726m

New figures show that digital advertising spend in the Irish market reached €726m last year, up 8% compared to 2019. ...
Read More

IMF predicts uneven European economic recovery

The International Monetary Fund has said Europe’s economy should rebound this year but recovery across the region remains uneven. The ...
Read More

4.5% growth in economy forecast despite Covid damage

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe will publish the Stability Programme Update later today which will set out new deficit and ...
Read More

Report suggests penalties for bogus self-employment

Penalties for employers who intentionally misclassify workers as self-employed, resulting in the loss of PRSI and employment rights entitlements, should ...
Read More

Public finances show deficit of €18.4 billion for 2020

Provisional figures from the Central Statistics Office published today show the deficit in the public finances was €18.4 billion last ...
Read More