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Second COVID-19 lockdown had smaller impact on GDP

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Second COVID-19 lockdown had smaller impact on GDP

Irish GDP probably fell by 1-1.5% in the last quarter of 2020 compared to 3.2% in the second quarter of 2020, so GDP for the calendar year 2020 expanded by circa 3%, according to the latest Services Output Index.    However, Davy Stockbr...

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Government deficit forecast at €19bn

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Ireland extends emergency pandemic unemployment payment

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Irish consumer and business sentiment improves

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2nd lockdown has improved savings and retirement attitudes

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8 in 10 of Irish public want to see compensation pay-outs slashed

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Vaccines to boost Irish consumer spending in 2021

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Erosion of consumer trust in banks says report

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Irish annual deflation eases to 1.1% in November

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Report suggests SMEs will need support long after COVID pandemic

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Ireland set for fastest GDP growth in the world

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Ireland's ISEQ scales near 11 month high

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Irish fiscal watchdog concerned by permanent pandemic-time spending

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Some Irish firms press pause button on investment plans due to brexit

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Irish banks have enough capital to absorb severe shock says Central Bank

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