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Households saved €19 billion in 2023 – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that households saved 12.09% of their income in the last quarter of ...
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AI-enabled workforce critical for future investment – IDA

IDA Ireland has said that an AI-enabled workforce is critical to transforming Ireland’s enterprise base and supporting future investment in ...
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Global IPO activity ‘cautiously optimistic’ in Q1

The global IPO market began the year on a cautiously optimistic note, according to analysis by EY, with activity declining ...
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Irish mortgage rates edge higher in February – Central Bank

New figures from the Central Bank show that average mortgage rates in Ireland rose to 4.29% in February from 4.27% ...
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ECB expected to hold rates steady when it meets today

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) will consider whether to make any changes to interest rates at ...
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WTO eyes global trade rebound but warns of risks

The World Trade Organization said today that global trade should rebound this year from an unexpected slump in 2023, but ...
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60% would turn down a job that does not offer hybrid work

60% of people would turn down a job if it did not offer hybrid working, new data shows. The latest ...
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Euro zone banks lower bar on mortgages but demand keeps falling – ECB

Euro zone banks lowered the bar on mortgage approvals last quarter for the first time in over two years but ...
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Supreme Court rules personal injuries awards guidelines legally binding

The Supreme Court has ruled that guidelines on personal injuries awards voted into force by Ireland’s judges three years ago ...
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