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NTMA raises €3.5bn from new 10-year bond

The National Treasury Management Agency raised 3.5 billion euros from the sale of a new 10-year bond, a lead manager ...
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‘Collapse’ in home ownership among young adults – report

Home ownership among adults of prime working age has “collapsed” since the financial crisis, according to a report from the ...
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SCSI expects property prices to rise by 5% in 2022

The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) has said it expects the median price of a home in Ireland to ...
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Irish mortgages rates still second highest in euro zone

Ireland’s mortgage rates for new loans remained the second highest in the euro area in November, according to the Central ...
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Flexible work to become a reality for employees in 2022

The right to request flexible work arrangements is set to become a reality this year for Irish workers as the ...
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Covid-adjusted jobless rate moves up to 7.5% in December – CSO

The unemployment rate, adjusted to include those on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP), rose to 7.5% in December compared to ...
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Mortgage approval values reach new high in November

Almost 5,000 mortgages were approved in November, up 8.6% on the previous month but down 4.6% on the same time ...
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Minimum wage rises offset reduced hours, report finds

The average take home pay of workers on the minimum wage increased over the years from 2016-2018, according to new ...
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Asking prices for used cars now 56% higher than they were before the Covid-19 pandemic

The rate at which the price of used cars is increasing has reached a new high, driven by the supply ...
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