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Economic growth set to moderate but remain robust in coming years

The Irish economy is expected to continue expanding at a robust pace in the coming years, according to a new ...
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Annual inflation increases to 1.9% in May from 1.6% in April – flash CSO data

The annual rate of inflation increased to 1.9% in May, up from 1.6% in April, a flash estimate of the ...
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Central Bank recorded a €132m loss in 2023

The Central Bank made a loss of €132.1m last year, as a result of monetary policy decisions taken across the ...
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Tech companies call for introduction of AI regulations

Major technology companies have called on politicians to regulate artificial intelligence. Appearing before TDs and senators on the Oireachtas Enterprise ...
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Average weekly earnings up 4.7% in first quarter of 2024 – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that average weekly earnings rose by 4.7% to stand at €969.12 in ...
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€100m stolen through frauds and scams in Ireland in 2023

Almost €100m was stolen by fraudsters through frauds and scams last year, new data shows. That represents an increase of ...
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ECB to focus on quarterly meetings with slow, gradual rate cuts – Knot

The European Central Bank can gradually reduce interest rates given the decline in inflation, and decisions on future cuts could ...
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Retail sales dip by 1.2% in April from March – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that retail sales fell by 1.2% on a monthly basis in April ...
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Cross border tourism triples in last decade, report shows

The tourism industry across the island of Ireland is worth almost €17 billion to the economy, and supports 300,000 jobs, ...
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