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Govt debt could end up on ‘unsustainable path’ – IFAC

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has said the economy is recovering ‘swiftly’ but government spending plans for the upcoming Budget ...
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Central Bank has not approved shared equity scheme despite Minister’s claim

Earlier this month, Housing Minister Darragh O’Brien told Prime Time that the Government’s proposed shared equity scheme, a core part ...
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Fund approval will see Credit Unions investing in social housing

The Central Bank has approved a new fund that will facilitate credit unions to get involved in the delivery of ...
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Govt should abandon plans for tax cuts in upcoming Budget – ICTU

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) has said the Government should abandon its plans for tax cuts in the ...
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College students struggling to pay living expenses, survey finds

Nearly half of all college students say they struggle to afford living expenses, according to a survey carried out by ...
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Ireland to reach pre-pandemic employment levels by 2023, Donohoe says

The Minister for Finance has said that forecasts now indicate the country will get back to pre-pandemic levels of employment ...
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Construction firms see further sharp rises in activity – Ulster Bank PMI

The construction sector reported another month of rapid growth in August, the latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers Index shows, ...
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Economy performing ahead of expectations – Varadkar

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Leo Varadkar said today that the economy is “actually ahead of where we thought we ...
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Are consumer prices going to keep on rising?

No sooner had the first Covid-19 vaccine jabs been administered when talk turned to the risk of price inflation accompanying ...
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