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Mild downturn in manufacturing continues in December

The final AIB PMI survey of Irish manufacturers for 2019 revealed a further deterioration in business conditions in December.  The ...
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Euro gains and sterling shines as growth optimism cheers investors

The euro, the pound and some trade-sensitive currencies rallied as the dollar slid to a six-month low today. Investors are ...
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Gold set for best year since 2010 on weak dollar

Gold rose to its highest level in more than three months today, capping its best year in nearly a decade, ...
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Oil prices slip but on track for biggest yearly rise since 2016

Oil fell on the last trading day of 2019 but was still on track for monthly and annual gains, supported ...
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Housing prices see first annual fall since 2012

Housing prices saw their first annual fall since 2012 this year, the latest Daft.ie Sales Report shows today. Housing prices ...
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Euro boosted by US-China trade news

The euro hit a four and a half month high today as optimism over US-China trade relations and the global ...
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Business sentiment rises for third month in a row – Bank of Ireland Economic Pulse

Business sentiment rose for the third consecutive month in December, while consumer sentiment remained steady, the latest Bank of Ireland ...
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Minimum wage set to increase by 30 cent an hour from February

The National Minimum wage will increase to €10.10 in February, the Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection has announced. ...
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Signs of rent stabilisation in Dublin and Cork – RTB

Average monthly rents across the country rose by 8.2% during the third quarter of this year. According to the latest quarterly ...
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