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Strong growth in business activity – AIB PMI

Irish service sector companies reported the strongest growth in business activity since August 2000 in July, according to the latest ...
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Minister starts process of selling State stake in Bank of Ireland

The Minister for Finance has started the process of selling the State’s shareholding in Bank of Ireland. According to a ...
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Number on PUP at lowest level since pandemic began

The number of people in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment is just under 163,400 this week – the lowest ...
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Bank of Ireland reports strong recovery in H1

Bank of Ireland is reporting a strong recovery in its business performance with a €465 million underlying profit before tax, ...
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Manufacturing sector maintains rapid growth in July but cost pressure remain

The manufacturing sector continued to grow at a rapid pace in July, albeit at a slower rate than the previous ...
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Used cars holding value and may even be appreciating – DoneDeal

Used cars in Ireland are now holding their value better than any time in the recent past, DoneDeal claims in ...
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In-store spending on credit and debit cards jumps in June – Central Bank

There was a fall in online spending as consumers returned to shops and spent more on their credit and debit ...
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Construction sector bounces back in second quarter – CSO

The construction sector bounced back in the second three months of this year with the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions, according ...
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Over 1,000 complaints to FSO were pandemic related with business interruption insurance dominating

The Financial Services Ombudsman said his office had to date received 1,051 complaints arising from the circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 ...
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