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Research finds homebuyers are confident despite interruption to market

Those looking to buy a house remain confident about their ability to do so, despite the interruption to the market ...
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Number of people on Pandemic Unemployment Payment drops by 36,200

The number of people claiming the Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment has fallen to 543,200 – a drop of 36,200 in ...
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495,100 employees in receipt of Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme

Just under half a million workers have had their pay subsidised under the government’s Temporary Wage Subsidy scheme at a ...
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Grocery sales rise at fastest rate in 15 years

Take-home grocery sales experienced the fastest rate of growth in 15 years over the past 12 weeks, jumping by a ...
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72% drop in new car registrations in May due to Covid-19 outbreak

New car registrations for last month dropped 72.3% when compared to May 2019, according to the latest figures from the ...
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AIB PMI shows manufacturing downturn continues in May due to Covid-19

Irish manufacturing activity suffered a further severe deterioration last month, according to figures published today. The AIB Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ ...
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Government to bring pandemic payment changes to Dáil next week

Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection Regina Doherty has told the Dáil she will bring forward proposals for some ...
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Revenue notifies 3,000 taxpayers of text scam

Fraudsters may have accessed thousands of taxpayers’ Revenue accounts using information provided by them unwittingly. Revenue has written to around ...
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Transport and accommodation spending see biggest ever drops

New figures from the Central Bank show that the total value of card transactions (including ATM transactions) decreased by 35% ...
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