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Supreme Court rules personal injuries awards guidelines legally binding

The Supreme Court has ruled that guidelines on personal injuries awards voted into force by Ireland’s judges three years ago ...
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Euro zone banks lower bar on mortgages but demand keeps falling – ECB

Euro zone banks lowered the bar on mortgage approvals last quarter for the first time in over two years but ...
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60% would turn down a job that does not offer hybrid work

60% of people would turn down a job if it did not offer hybrid working, new data shows. The latest ...
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Higher level of affinity for family business in Ireland

Nearly three quarters of third level students who come from a family business background believe that the next CEO of ...
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Drop in injury claims’ costs but premiums rise by 8% – NCID report

The average cost of settling public and employer liability claims through the Injuries Resolution Board dropped by a third in ...
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Euro zone inflation unexpectedly eases, boosting rate cut case

Euro zone inflation fell unexpectedly last month, solidifying the case for the European Central Bank to start lowering borrowing costs ...
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Service sector grows at fastest pace in eight months

The service sector grew at its fastest pace in eight months in March, new figures show. The latest AIB Purchasing ...
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ECB’s Holzmann says warming to June rate cut but keeping an eye on Fed

The European Central Bank could start cutting interest rates in June as inflation may fall quicker than expected but should ...
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Inflation falls below 2% for first time since June 2021 – flash CSO reading

Annual inflation in Ireland fell below the euro zone-wide target of 2% for the first time in almost three years ...
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