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Revenue officials meeting hauliers in Brexit preparations

Revenue officials meeting hauliers in Brexit preparations Revenue officers have begun engaging with hauliers at ports in Dublin and Wexford as part of preparations for a no-deal Brexit. Concerns have been raised about the number of companies trading with the […]

Eurozone releases debt relief to Greece

Eurozone releases debt relieft to Greece Eurozone finance ministers have released long delayed debt relief to Greece, saying the government had implemented reforms promised during the massive bailout that ended last year. Greece exited its third and final international bailout […]

Relief as property tax changes delayed for a year

Relief as property tax changes delayed for a year Local Property Tax (LPT) rates for householders are to be frozen for another year the Government decided late last night. Homeowners won’t see any change in their LPT bills until 2021, […]

Central Bank slightly reduces estimates for economic growth this year

Central Bank slightly reduces estimates for economic growth this year The Central Bank has slightly reduced its estimates for economic growth this year, amidst an ongoing weakening of the international trading and economic environment. In its latest Quarterly Bulletin, the […]

Exchequer ahead of target in March as income tax, VAT improves

Exchequer ahead of target in March as income tax, VAT improves Exchequer returns for March have come in ahead of forecast; as income tax, VAT and Corporation Tax take were all higher than expected. Almost €4.69 billion was taken in […]

Euro zone retail sales stronger than expected in February

Euro zone retail sales stronger than expected in February Euro zone retail sales, an indication of domestic demand, were stronger than expected in February, led by a jump in sales of non-food products, data showed today. The European Union’s statistics […]

Jobless rate falls to 11 year low of 5.4% in March

Jobless rate falls to 11 year low of 5.4% in March New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the unemployment rate fell to an 11-year low of 5.4% in March from a rate of 5.6% in February. The […]

AIB to sell €1 billion non-performing loan portfolio

AIB to sell €1 billion non-performing loan portfolio AIB has agreed a deal to sell a €1 billion portfolio of non-performing loans to Everyday Finance, as part of a consortium with Everyday and affiliates of Cerberus Capital Management. The portfolio […]

Euro zone inflation slows to 1.4% in March

Euro zone inflation slows to 1.4% in March Inflation in the euro zone slowed in March, data showed today, amid worries that the European economy is cooling. The slowdown of inflation comes as signs are multiplying of slower economic growth, […]

New car registrations slow down by 5.6% in March – SIMI

New car registrations slow down by 5.6% in March – SIMI New figures published today show that total new car registrations fell by 5.6% to 16,738 in March compared to the same time last year. The Society of the Irish […]

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