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Switching activity drives growth in mortgage approvals

Just over 5,500 mortgages were approved in August, up 5.5% on the previous month and 21.3% compared with the same ...
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Stocks bounce but sterling slippery after BoE buys bonds

Asian share markets rose today after Britain’s central bank launched an emergency bond buying programme to stabilise a furious sell-off ...
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Tánaiste to discuss recommendations on pay, conditions at gender equality committee

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar is to appear before the Oireachtas Committee on Gender Equality today to discuss the recommendations of the ...
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Budget’s political test will be when big winter bills arrive

It was, according to the Minister for Public Expenditure, Michael McGrath, a “budget for its times”. The biggest ever giveaway, ...
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At a glance: Here are the key points from Budget 2023

The Government has pledged to spend billions – but how much of all this extra monetary support will make it ...
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Tánaiste ‘does not envisage’ mini-budget next year

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has said he does not envisage a mini-budget being implemented next year. Speaking on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, ...
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€11bn Budget announced due to ‘exceptionally challenging times’

Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath said he is making €100 million available in 2022 to ensure schools are supported ...
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Falling pound pauses as investors await policy response

Sterling steadied this morning but was perched above its record low only thanks to soaring yields on British debt and ...
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Two new schemes set to help businesses with energy costs

The Government looks set to unveil two new schemes worth over a billion euro to assist businesses with rising energy ...
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