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Almost €4.5m stolen in invoice redirect fraud this year

Almost €4.5m stolen in invoice redirect fraud this year Almost €4.5m has been stolen in invoice redirect frauds since the start of the year, according to gardaí. More than €2m has been stolen in the last month alone, they sad. […]

Trade war escalation puts Europe’s shaky economy back on alert

Trade war escalation puts Europe’s shaky economy back on alert The US and China are taking another swing at global sentiment, which is bad news for Europe as the economy starts to find its feet after a torrid year. In […]

Construction activity growth quickens in April despite Brexit concerns

Construction activity growth quickens in April despite Brexit concerns Construction activity rose sharply last month with April marking the 68th consecutive month of stronger construction activity in Ireland. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index – which tracks changes in […]

Number of homes to rent ‘at lowest level since 2006’

Number of homes to rent ‘at lowest level since 2006’ The number of homes to rent has reached its lowest level since 2006. According to the latest quarterly rental report from Daft.ie just 2,700 homes were available to rent nationwide […]

Revenue collected 26% more corporation tax last year

Revenue collected 26% more corporation tax last year The amount of corporation tax collected by the state last year increased by 26% to €10.4 billion, according to the Revenue Commissioners’ annual report. The increase was driven by higher payments from […]

UK economy expands on Brexit stockpiling

UK economy expands on Brexit stockpiling The UK economy grew by 0.5% in the first quarter, boosted by companies stockpiling ahead of Brexit, official data showed today. British gross domestic product expansion outpaced the 0.2% seen in the final three […]

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 […]

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