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Euro zone Q3 growth unexpectedly steady, inflation slows on cheaper energy

Euro zone economic growth in the third quarter defied market expectations of a slowdown and was steady quarter-on-quarter, preliminary data ...
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Ireland out of step on green R&D targets

Ireland has emerged as one of a handful of smaller European countries not to commit to double public investment in ...
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Business sentiment rises on Brexit deal hopes but consumers remain wary

A new economic survey, which combines consumer and business sentiment, rose slightly in October as the risk of a Halloween ...
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Airport numbers set to top 38 million

Passenger numbers at Dublin Airport will be 34 million next year and to rise to 38.1 million in 2024, according ...
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Euro zone business activity stagnates as Draghi bows out

Euro zone business activity stagnated in October as demand withered, according to a downbeat survey published today just hours before ...
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Cutting Dublin Airport charges a ‘disaster’ for Ireland, says DAA

The DAA said it was “hugely disappointed” after the Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) issued a final determination that sees ...
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77% of companies planning pay hike for 2020 – Ibec

77% of companies here plan to increase pay in 2020, a new survey from employers’ group Ibec shows. The survey ...
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Household debt continues to decline but still fifth highest in EU

New figures from the Central Bank reveal that while household debt continues to decline here, it remains the fifth highest in ...
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