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Construction activity bounces back, but costs soar

Activity in the construction sector expanded for the first time this year in May, according to Ulster Bank’s latest Purchasing ...
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Lack of online services saw 1 in 3 closing credit union accounts – survey

Around a third of people surveyed by a company that provides technical expertise to the credit unions sector said they ...
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Is now a good time to lock into a 20-year mortgage?

Appearing before an Oireachtas Committee at the end of 2016, the then chief executive of Bank of Ireland more or ...
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Ireland to make strong case for tax competition, says Donohoe

Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has said that Ireland will be vigourously making the case for tax competition and for maintaining ...
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NAMA increases projected lifetime surplus to €4.25 billion from €4 billion

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) now expects to provide an overall surplus to the Exchequer over its lifetime of ...
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ECB lifts euro zone growth and inflation projections

The European Central Bank has raised its growth and inflation projections for this year and next as the euro zone ...
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Central Bank’s Rowland says onus on firms to set the right standards

The Central Bank’s Director General, Financial Conduct, has said that increasing evidence in the financial services sector shows that ineffective ...
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NTMA raises €1.25 billion in bond auction

The National Treasury Management Agency has raised €1.25 billion this morning in an auction of Irish bonds. Today’s auction brings ...
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Supply shortage, rising costs could impact housing affordability – BPFI

A combination of lack of housing supply and rising construction costs could exacerbate property affordability issues in the years ahead, ...
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