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Irish services sector sees partial recovery in June

There was a partial recovery in the country’s services sector in June, according to AIB in its latest purchasing managers ...
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Number of insolvencies down 12% as Covid-19 impact not fully materialised

There was a reduction in the number of company insolvencies in the first six months of this year, according to ...
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Central Bank warns economy could shrink by up to 14%

The Central Bank has said the economy could shrink this year by up to 14%, while it has also warned ...
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‘Lenders have responsibility to borrowers’ – BPFI

The chief executive of Banking Payments Federation Ireland has said it is not unreasonable for banks to look closely at applicants ...
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Covid-19 committee hears SMEs call for more Govt funding to survive

The Oireachtas Special Committee on Covid-19 Response has heard calls for more help for small and medium businesses affected by the pandemic. ...
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Spend yesterday approached pre-Covid levels – Revolut

Hairdressers, barbers, spas, chiropractors and dentists were among the big beneficiaries of the Phase 3 reopening of the economy yesterday, ...
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Covid-19 adjusted unemployment rate falls to 22.5% in June – CSO

The country’s unemployment rate, including those receiving temporary Covid-19 jobless benefit, fell to 22.5% at the end of June from ...
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Extra €2.5bn to be spent on health, business supports

The Dáil has agreed to spend at least another €2.5 billion on health and business supports due to the Covid-19 ...
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CCPC tells businesses to act independently on prices

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has warned businesses that despite economic challenges, they must act independently in their commercial ...
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