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Central Bank finds weaknesses in some credit unions

Weaknesses have been identified in a number of credit unions as part of a supervisory analysis conducted by the Central ...
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Euro zone GDP revised up, but still a record drop

The euro zone economy declined by slightly less than initially estimated in the second quarter, but the drop was still ...
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UK must honour agreement to get free trade deal – Varadkar

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar says he does not believe a free trade agreement can ...
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Pound falls on threat to Brexit divorce deal

Sterling fell to a 12-day low against the US dollar and the euro today as Brexit talks veered into fresh ...
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Economy in recession over impact of Covid-19 restrictions

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the economy contracted by 6.1% during the second quarter of 2020 ...
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UK seeks ‘more realism’ from EU ahead of Brexit talks

The UK has demanded “more realism” from the European Union ahead of crucial post-Brexit trade talks, which get under way ...
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Germany plans to borrow €80bn to see out Covid crisis

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz is working on a budget for next year that would see Berlin take on net ...
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Resilient taxes can’t match ballooning Government spending as €9.452bn defecit recorded

The amount of tax being collected by the State has continued to defy the scale of the pandemic economic crash ...
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Eurozone economy stalls as north-south divide emerges

The euro zone’s recovery ran out of steam midway through the third quarter, with gauges of activity pointing to contractions ...
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