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Bank of Ireland forecasts continued growth for 2017

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Bank of Ireland forecasts continued growth for 2017

Ireland will see healthy growth in employment, an increase in GDP, sustained consumer spending and further export growth this year according to the latest Quarterly Economic Outlook from Bank of Ireland.   The rise in employment is set to cont...

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Irish Central Bank trims growth forecast

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Employment levels in Dublin continue to rise

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Annual inflation rate of 0% in December and for 2016 as a whole

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Ireland still expected to have strongest economy in EU for 2017

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Service sector insolvencies in 2016 post 65% increase on 2015

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Irish economy to grow 3.3% claims ECB

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Ireland to reduce bond-buying pace to stay in quantitative easing scheme

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Irish GDP surged ahead in three months following Brexit

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Global events will have significant impact on Irish economy in 2017

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A strong month for Irish tax revenues

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EU warns "remarkable" Irish fiscal progress slowing

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Minister O’Connor aims for increased competitiveness by 2020

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Short-term indicators of Irish economic growth have softened

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European Commission downgrades economic forecast for Ireland

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