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NTMA opens syndicated sale of 15-year bond

The National Treasury Management Agency has today started the syndicated sale of a new 2035 bond that a market source ...
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Unemployment rate unchanged at 4.8% in December – CSO

The unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.8% in December to stay at the lowest level in almost 13 years, new ...
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Euro zone business activity close to stagnation despite services bounce – PMI

Euro zone business activity remained close to stagnation at the end of last year, a survey showed today, as an ...
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€350m worth of old punts yet to be exchanged – Central Bank

The value of old Irish money that has not been swapped for euro since the change in currency equates to ...
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Revenue’s PAYE changes will see end of P60

Revenue has today outlined what it has described as the most significant changes to the tax system since 1960 when ...
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Mortgage approvals up in November; BPFI

Nearly 4,200 mortgages were approved in the month of November, according to figures from the Banking and Payments Federation. It ...
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Corporation tax to boost Exchequer figures for 2019

Exchequer figures to be released later today are expected to show a surplus of €1.5bn for last year. The surplus ...
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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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