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Irish firms more upbeat than euro zone counterparts

Almost three quarters of Irish medium-sized companies are predicting a positive future, the latest International Business Report from Grant Thornton ...
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Regulator overseeing building construction to be set up

The Government is to establish a new regulator to oversee the construction of buildings. The Buildings Standards Regulatory Authority will ...
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Exports increase by 10% in first five months of 2024

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that exports of goods increased by 10% to almost €91 billion in ...
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ECB to opt for summer pause after initial rate cut

The European Central Bank is expected to leave interest rates unchanged on Thursday, giving the euro zone time to digest ...
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GDP fell by more than previously estimated in 2023 – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the economy as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP) contracted last ...
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Health Service Executive recruitment freeze ends today

A recruitment freeze at the Health Service Executive is to end today after it was introduced last October. Its termination ...
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Euro zone bond yields inch higher after inflation-driven drop

Euro zone bond yields edged higher after a sharp drop the previous day on the back of weaker-than-expected US inflation ...
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Rooftop revolution – 100,000 solar panels connected in Ireland

Over 100,000 rooftop solar microgenerators have now been connected to Ireland’s electricity network, according to ESB Networks, cumulatively adding over ...
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SMEs lost €10m through email-related scams last year

Small and medium sized businesses lost almost €10m through email-related scams last year. The number of cases reported by SMEs ...
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