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Lowest rate of annual increase in employment in three years – CSO

The number of people in employment in the first quarter of the year stood at 2.7 million, a rise of ...
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EU critical materials rules could lead to new Irish mines

New EU rules have come into effect aimed at ensuring the union has access to a secure and sustainable supply ...
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Mortgage approvals up again in April driven by first time buyers

New mortgage approvals rose again by both value and volume in April, driven by continued strong demand from first time ...
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Revenue issues new guidance on employment status

Revenue has published new guidance on determining the employment status of workers for tax purposes. It follows a recent Supreme ...
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ECB can start cuts before Fed, says Finnish bank governor Rehn

The European Central Bank did not have to take its cues from the US Federal Reserve and could start to ...
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Annual wholesale electricity prices fell by almost 30% in April – CSO

Wholesale electricity prices – the prices that suppliers pay to generators – fell nearly 30% in the 12 months to ...
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UK inflation falls less than expected, dashing June rate cut hopes

Inflation in Britain fell by less than expected in April and a key core measure barely dropped, prompting investors to ...
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Europe sets benchmark for rest of the world with landmark AI laws

Europe’s landmark rules on artificial intelligence will enter into force next month after EU countries today endorsed a political deal ...
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EU new car sales jump 13.7% in April, industry body says

New car sales in the European Union rose 13.7% in April on the year for their biggest jump since last ...
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