Skip to content

News

Euro zone factories still struggling but green shoots emerging – PMI

Euro zone factory activity contracted again in January but did so at its shallowest rate since mid-2019, according to a ...
Read More

Businesses experiencing significant skills shortage

New research reveals that Irish businesses are experiencing the worst talent shortage since 2006, with three-quarters unable to fill vacant ...
Read More

Unemployment edges up in January – CSO

The unemployment rate rose slightly in January, according to the Central Statistics Office, but continues to fall on an annual ...
Read More

Lending to households rises for third year in a row – Central Bank

Lending to households grew for the third year in row last year, mainly on the back of growth in home ...
Read More

Manufacturing grows for just second time in 8 months – PMI

Manufacturing activity grew for just the second time in eight months in January amid greater certainty around Brexit and signs ...
Read More

Bank regulator launches toughest ever bank stress tests

The European Union’s banking watchdog has launched its toughest stress test of lenders to check on their resilience to very ...
Read More

Household wealth soars by 80% since 2013 on rising property prices – CSO

Household wealth has recovered by over 80% since 2013, mainly due to the recovery in the property market.  The finding is ...
Read More

Euro zone GDP falls short of expectations, inflation picks up

Euro zone economic growth was slower than expected in the last three months of 2019, a first estimate showed today.  ...
Read More

Nearly 140 governments agree to launch rewrite of international tax rules

Nearly 140 governments have agreed to launch a rewrite of decades-old cross-border tax rules for the digital age over the ...
Read More