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Annual inflation hits seven-year high of 1.7% in April – CSO

Annual inflation hits seven-year high of 1.7% in April – CSO Inflation hit a seven-year high of 1.7% in the year to April, new figures from the Central Statistices Office figures show. Today’s CSO figures are a sign of significant […]

Irish savers still earn the lowest return on their deposits across the Euro zone

Irish savers still earn the lowest return on their deposits across the Euro zone Saver with €10,000 earns average of just €3 in Ireland – compared with €122 in the Netherlands It’s not getting any better for Irish savers. In […]

European shares tumble amid trade tensions

European shares tumble amid trade tensions European shares dropped broadly on Thursday as investors shunned risky assets while waiting to see whether United States and China manage to avoid a trade war which would damage the global economy. The pan-European […]

Irish and Spanish bond sales could underline move away from ‘periphery’

Irish and Spanish bond sales could underline move away from ‘periphery’ Irish and Spanish borrowing costs were close to record lows today ahead of planned bond sales that could well cement their move away from the “periphery”. This is a […]

China’s exports fall ahead of crucial trade talks

China’s exports fall ahead of crucial trade talks China’s exports fell more than expected in April while imports rose, official data showed today ahead of high-stakes talks aimed at resolving a trade war with the US. The world’s two leading […]

NTMA plans to launch new 2050 syndicated bond

NTMA plans to launch new 2050 syndicated bond The National Treasury Management Agency said today it plans to issue a new 2050 bond via a syndicated sale in the near future Market sources say the auction – which is subject […]

Irish economic growth set to moderate – Commission

Irish economic growth set to moderate – Commission The European Commission said today that GDP growth in Ireland is forecast to moderate as support from the external environment weakens and risks, including Brexit, grow. But in its latest quarterly economic […]

Easter inflation bounce won’t end slowdown fears

Easter inflation bounce won’t end slowdown fears A rise in headline inflation in April should have given comfort to the European Central Bank, but the pick-up was due to a rise in package holiday and airline fare prices at Easter […]

Euro zone inflation accelerates in April on energy, services

Euro zone inflation accelerates in April on energy, services Euro zone inflation surged beyond expectations last month, mild relief for the European Central Bank, even if much of the jump was likely related to seasonal effects due to the timing […]

Live Register figures down by 0.4% in April

Live Register figures down by 0.4% in April The number of people signing on the Live Register showed a monthly decrease of 700, or 0.4%, in April, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show. This brings the seasonally adjusted […]

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