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ECB must remain euro zone’s stabiliser, says Lane

The European Central Bank must remain a key stabiliser of the euro zone economy as the bloc is at risk ...
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Ibec downgrades growth forecast for 2021 to 3.1%

Ireland’s economy will grow by 3.1% this year, employers’ group Ibec is predicting, down from the 5.3% it said it ...
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Long lasting damage from tracker mortgage affair

“I don’t know what a tracker mortgage is.”  Remember the ad? The ad was released by the financial regulator around ...
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Govt confirms extension of €2bn Credit Guarantee Scheme

The Government has confirmed that it will extend the €2 billion Credit Guarantee Scheme, with the scheme remaining open for ...
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Rise in consumer confidence in visiting stores – Deloitte survey

Consumer confidence in visiting physical stores, engaging in person-to-person services and attending in-person events has increased, according to a new ...
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Ulster Bank hit with record €38m Central Bank fine for tracker mortgage failings

The Central Bank has fined Ulster Bank Ireland almost €38m for dozens of regulatory breaches in its handling of its ...
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Poll suggests one in four cut back on food and utilities during pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to one in four people cutting back on food and utilities, according to research commissioned by ...
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Consumer sentiment improves to best level in 12 months

Consumer sentiment improved to its best level in 12 months in March, according to the latest KBC Bank Ireland consumer sentiment ...
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ESRI lowers economic growth forecasts as Covid restrictions continue

The Economic and Social Research Institute has lowered its forecasts for growth in the economy this year, due to ongoing ...
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