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Euro zone growth curbed by trade, retail sales slowdown

The euro zone economy grew at a modest pace in the third quarter with a negative impact from trade, while ...
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88% of Irish SME food companies expect revenue growth in 2020

A new survey shows that 88% of Irish food companies expect revenue growth in the year ahead, with 34% of ...
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Unemployment rate holds steady at 4.8% in November – CSO

The unemployment rate held steady at 4.8% in November to remain at the lowest level in almost 13 years, new ...
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Euro zone business growth near-stagnant, but some hopeful signs evident – PMI

Euro zone business activity stayed near stall speed last month, with manufacturing seemingly continuing to act as a drag on ...
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Services sector growth sees strong bounce in November

The country’s service sector growth bounced back strongly last month from a seven-year low as business confidence rose to its ...
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Central Bank to assess commercial property-focused funds

The Central Bank will conduct a “deep dive” into the role of property funds in the domestic commercial real estate ...
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No change to Central Bank’s mortgage lending rules

The Central Bank has decided not to make any changes to mortgage lending rules here that limit how much people ...
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First-time buyers drive demand for mortgage approvals

New figures from Banking & Payments Federation Ireland show strong growth in mortgage approvals figures for October, driven by demand ...
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Contactless payments grow steadily; BPFI

Consumers made almost 1.5 million contactless payments a day between July and end-September, according to figures from the Banking & ...
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