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NTMA due to hold two bond auctions in third quarter

The National Treasury Manangement Agency said today it plans to hold two bond auctions in the third quarter of this ...
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Euro zone factory downturn eased in June as lockdowns loosened

The downturn in euro zone manufacturing was not as bad as initially thought last month after more economies in the ...
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Manufacturing bounces back to pre-pandemic growth rate – PMI

The manufacturing sector returned to growth in June after recovering almost all of the sudden deterioration seen following the coronavirus-related ...
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Euro zone bank lending continues to surge amid crisis – ECB

Lending to euro zone companies continued to surge in May as firms relied heavily on bank credit to stay afloat ...
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Workers on Covid-19 benefit payments face tax bills

A large number of full-time workers in receipt of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme or Pandemic Unemployment Payment face tax ...
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Fall in mortgage approvals but market shows resilience

The number of new mortgage approvals in May was nearly 62% lower than the same month last year. According to ...
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Hotel occupancy rates set to fall from 2019 high of 73% to 32%

A survey of hoteliers has found that average national occupancy levels are set to dramatically fall from the highs of ...
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Unions warn of fallout from wage legislation ruling

A trade union has warned employers of an “industrial war” if they try to renege on pay and pension agreements ...
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Economic growth averaged 5.2% every year between 2013 and 2018 – CSO

Growth in the Irish economy averaged 5.2% per annum from 2013 to 2018, according to an analysis of new CSO data. ...
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