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Appetite for saving drops as re-opening kicks in

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Appetite for saving drops as re-opening kicks in

Bank of Ireland has today released its latest Savings and Investment Index which tracks household attitudes towards savings and investment as well as monitoring their perspectives on the current and future savings and investment environment. It is pr...

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ESRI predicts strong recovery in 2021 despite longer than expected restrictions

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Taoiseach tells Biden that UK and EU must stand by Brexit trade rules

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Ireland confirmed as fastest growing economy in 2020

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