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Property price growth slows as Dublin prices fall

Residential property price inflation slowed further in November to a rate of 8.6%, down from 9.7% in October, according to ...
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Euro zone inflation eases to 9.2% as expected

Euro zone consumer inflation decelerated as expected in December, the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat confirmed today, thanks to a ...
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‘Whole range of measures’ as part of EV charging plan – Ryan

Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan has said “a whole range of measures” will be rolled out as part of the ...
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Annual rate of inflation slows to 8.2% in December – CSO

The annual rate of inflation last month continued to moderate, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. ...
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Over half of professionals here considering moving jobs

Despite economic uncertainty and the global hiring slowing down, 59% of Irish professionals are considering changing jobs in 2023 according ...
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Govt urged to introduce pension auto-enrolment ‘as quickly as possible’

The Pensions Authority is expected to tell the Oireachtas Committee on Social Protection today that the Government should introduce pension ...
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ECB must keep raising rates to fight off inflation – Lane

The European Central Bank must raise interest rates to a level that starts to restrict growth and their peak will ...
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Employers hope to attract workers to the north west with Dublin event

A number of agencies will come together to promote the north west with some of the region’s biggest employers at ...
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3,500 net new jobs created by LEOs last year

Nearly 3,500 net new jobs were created by companies supported by Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) around the country last year ...
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