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Banking union will make lenders safer – ECB’s Enria

The man responsible for leading the supervision of banks across Europe has said success in making lenders safer and sounder ...
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Euro zone retail sales pick up in September

Euro zone retail sales accelerated more than expected year-on-year in September, data from the European Union’s statistics office showed today, ...
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Brexit impacting trade flows but not tariffs

The UK’s importance as a trading partner for Ireland has declined significantly, according to research carried out by HSBC Bank. ...
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Tax revenues running slightly ahead of targets

Exchequer figures for the month of October show that Government tax revenues for the first ten months of the year ...
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Euro zone investor morale rebounds in November

Morale among investors in the euro zone jumped in November to its highest level since June on signs of an ...
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Consumer sentiment slumps further as Brexit rumbles on

Consumer sentiment fell for a fourth successive month for the first time since late 2012 as uncertainty over Brexit continued ...
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Brexit already having ‘rising negative effect on a third of all businesses’

More than a third of firms across the island of Ireland say Brexit is already having an adverse impact. This ...
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Campaigners call for further reform of insurance market

Campaign groups have described the introduction of new rules to improve transparency on motor insurance pricing as a welcome step. Campaign groups have ...
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New rules agreed for distressed mortgage holders

An agreement on how to resolve disputes between lenders and distressed mortgage holders has been reached between two leading agencies. ...
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