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Christmas spending rush fails to materialise as overall spending flat lines

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Saving more in 2022 is the number 1 priority for more than 4 in 10 people

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Irish consumer and business confidence takes a turn for the worse

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87% of Irish SMEs plan to invest in their business over the next year

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3 in 4 now think it is a good time to sell a property

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44% of Irish people will seek further employment to supplement their income in retirement

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Irish government to sign OECD agreement on international corporate tax changes today

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Central Bank say economy to regain pre-pandemic level of domestic spending by end of year

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Irish consumer confidence steady but business sentiment slips in September

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Report shows Irish households economically healthier than ever

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Appetite for saving drops as re-opening kicks in

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Irish economic recovery gathered pace in second quarter

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Goodbody warns holding out on global tax deal risks reputational damage for Ireland

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Goodbody warns removing fiscal support a lot harder than giving it

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Household balance sheets stronger than ever says Central Bank

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