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NAMA on track to wind down by the end of 2025

The National Asset Management Agency remains on track to wind down completely by the end of next year. But the ...
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6.3 million foreign visitors came to Ireland last year – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that 6.3 million foreign visitors departed Ireland on overseas routes in 2023. ...
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Retailers urged to prepare now for online Christmas shopping – An Post

Is it too early for Irish retailers to start preparing for Christmas? Not according to An Post. It has published ...
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ECB set to cut rates in September and December – poll

The European Central Bank will cut its deposit rate twice more this year, in September and December, according to a ...
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Dublin fourth most expensive city in Europe to build – survey

Dublin is the fourth most expensive city in Europe to build, a new survey shows today, while it also makes ...
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Oil prices stable as demand uncertainty persists

Oil prices were stable today, as traders awaited signs of a hoped-for summer demand boost to prop up prices even ...
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Central Bank lowers growth forecast for domestic economy

The Central Bank has reduced its forecasts for economic growth this year. In its latest Quarterly Bulletin, the bank predicts ...
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IMF calls for stronger social safety net to ‘broaden’ gains from AI

Fiscal policy has a “major role to play” in broadening the financial gains from generative AI technology and preventing a ...
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ECB’s Lane confident euro zone inflation will hit 2% in 2025

The European Central Bank’s chief economist said today he remained confident inflation will fall back to the ECB’s 2% target ...
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