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Call for more transparent pension fees legislation

A report on pensions has found that fees and charges are so high that over time they are wiping out ...
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Dublin Port volumes down 15% in first quarter of 2021

Brexit trigged a major reduction in cargo volumes at Dublin Port in the first quarter of this year, while Covid-19 ...
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Why is Ireland seen as unattractive by banks?

Ulster Bank, Bank of Scotland Ireland, Rabobank, Danske Bank, and more. There have been plenty of lenders who have dipped ...
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Home prices see annual increase of 3% in February – CSO

The price of residential property nationally rose by 3% in February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics ...
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NTMA raises €3.5 billion through sale of a 20-year bond

The National Treasury Management Agency has raised €3.5 billion through the sale of a new 20-year bond. The bond, which ...
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Trade with UK declines again in February – CSO

Trade with Great Britain continued to decline in February, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. Imports ...
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Low Pay Commission to investigate move to €12.30 per hour living wage

The Government has formally authorised the Low Pay Commission to investigate how Ireland can move towards a living wage, and ...
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Digital advertising spend up 8% last year to €726m

New figures show that digital advertising spend in the Irish market reached €726m last year, up 8% compared to 2019. ...
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IMF predicts uneven European economic recovery

The International Monetary Fund has said Europe’s economy should rebound this year but recovery across the region remains uneven. The ...
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