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Disorderly Brexit biggest risk to financial stability – Central Bank

Disorderly Brexit biggest risk to financial stability – Central Bank A new review from the Central Bank shows that the main risk to the country’s financial stability and the wider economy is a larger than expected macroeconomic shock in a […]

No-deal Brexit could result in higher taxes for online shoppers

No-deal Brexit could result in higher taxes for online shoppers Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee has said a no-deal Brexit could result in higher taxes for online shoppers and difficulties in returning goods, as the UK would […]

Irish economic growth for 2018 revised up to 8.2%

Irish economic growth for 2018 revised up to 8.2% The Irish economy grew 8.2% last year, according to new data released by the Central Statistics Office. Gross Domestic Product, a measure of the total output of an economy, stood at […]

Economy set for solid growth but EU warns of overheating

Economy set for solid growth but EU warns of overheatingThe European Commission has predicted that the Irish economy will continue to grow at a solid pace but warned that the risk of overheating could increase in the near term. In […]

Ireland remains competitive, but threats to economic sustainability on the rise

Ireland remains competitive, but threats to economic sustainability on the rise Ireland continues to perform well in the three most influential competitiveness indicators, according to the latest Competitiveness Scorecard published by the National Competitiveness Council. The NCC said that Ireland […]

Annual inflation moves up to 1.1% in June

Annual inflation moves up to 1.1% in June New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the annual inflation rate inched up to 1.1% in June from 1% the previous month on the back of higher rents, more expensive […]

Mortgage approvals rise by 10% in May year on year

Mortgage approvals rise by 10% in May year on year Almost 5,000 mortgages to the value of over €1.1 billion were approved in May, the latest figures from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland show. Over 51% of these were for […]

Irish pension funds diversify amid uncertain outlook

Irish pension funds diversify amid uncertain outlook Pension funds here have lowered their exposure and diversified into property, infrastructure and hedge funds according to a new report from Mercer. The survey of 876 institutional investors across 12 countries managing assets […]

Crude oil prices fall 1% on fears for global economy

Crude oil prices fall 1% on fears for global economy Brent oil ticked higher today, supported by tensions over Iran and the decision by OPEC and its allies to extend a supply cut deal until next year, while US benchmark […]

Bills going up for nearly 100,000 non-domestic Irish Water customers

Bills going up for nearly 100,000 non-domestic Irish Water customers Almost 100,000 non-domestic customers of Irish Water are set to see their fresh water and waste water bills rise. The move follows a decision by the Commission for the Regulation […]

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