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Donohoe plans to gradually cap moneylender rates

The Minister for Finance is to bring forward proposals to Government to gradually cap the interest rates that moneylenders can ...
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Household net worth hits new high, as savings continue to rise

Household net worth reached a record high of €855bn in the final quarter of last year due to an increase ...
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Covid Unemployment rate falls to 22.4% ahead of reopening

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the Covid-19 crisis continues to have a significant impact on the ...
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Services growth hits 14-month high in April – PMI

Activity in the services sector accelerated to hit a 14-month high in April as the country began a gradual loosening ...
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Govt further examining investment fund housing issue

Discussions on how to stop financial investment companies buying large sections of housing estates are likely to continue across Government ...
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Exchequer returns show deficit hit €7.6bn last month

The Exchequer recorded a deficit of €7.6bn in April, up from €7.5bn at the same time last year. The deterioration ...
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Enterprise Ireland’s €1m Competitive Start Fund for early-stage start-ups launched

Entrepreneurs have been invited to apply for Enterprise Ireland’s €1m Competitive Start Fund (CSF) which is now open for applications ...
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Price caps included in Govt’s affordable housing bill

The Government’s proposed new housing legislation will include a plan to cap the price of affordable housing using seven different ...
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PUP claimants drop below 400,000 for first time in 2021

The number of people claiming the Pandemic Unemployment Payment has dipped below 400,000 for the first time this year, according ...
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