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Eurozone bucks the global trend with positive business figures

It’s not all bad news on the economic front. Business activity in the Eurozone appears to have unexpectedly grown marginally last month, thanks in large part to rising exports helped by a weaker euro, and a strong performance from Germany.

Having children now comes before buying a home

Average age of first-time buyers rises from 29 to 33 as Generation Rent face financial hurdles. Having a baby must come before owning a home for a new generation that has little choice but to rent until their mid-thirties. Increased […]

Connect Ireland backing sees tech firm set up shop here

A US tech firm is to open an Irish office, and will create 60 jobs in the process. The company, 6D Global Technologies, is a Nasdaq-listed business solutions company. The Irish

Survey finds running family car costs over €10k per year

The survey, carried out by The AA, shows that while fuel prices have fallen in the past 12 months, a major rise in insurance costs means the average figure has fallen by just €17.60. The typical motorist has experienced a […]

New mobile network set to enter Irish market

iD claims it will save consumers €166 per year and allow personalised phone plans. New network iD is set to shake up the Irish mobile market, with individually tailored plans it hopes will be popular with consumers.

Ulster Bank allows movers to keep tracker-type deal for longer

House movers who have an Ulster Bank tracker mortgage are set to benefit from a change in the rules. The bank is to allow those tracker holders who are moving house to keep a tracker-type rate for 10 years, in […]

Ulster Bank allows movers to keep tracker-type deal for longer

House movers who have an Ulster Bank tracker mortgage are set to benefit from a change in the rules. The bank is to allow those tracker holders who are moving house to keep a tracker-type rate for 10 years, in […]

European stocks rise for a second day

European stocks extended a rebound after the worst weekly drop in more than a month, amid signs the US economy is strengthening. By the close in Dublin, the ISEQ Overall Index was up 0.82pc, or 53.36 points, to end the […]

AIB refund: Over 100,000 customers may be entitled to compensation

AIB refund: Over 100,000 customers may be entitled to compensation over card protection policies. AN estimated 110,000 AIB customers may be entitled to a refund following a review by the bank of their card protection policies.

Retail Ireland wants cut in top rate of tax

Retail Ireland’s urging the Government to cut the top rate of tax to boost consumer spending. It is among the proposals in its pre-Budget submission.

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