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Cabinet signs off on plan for three €200 energy credits

The Cabinet has approved a plan to pay three electricity credits to every household over the next six months. It ...
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Overall tax revenue to end of September just under €58bn

Overall tax revenue for the first nine months of the year came in at just shy of €58 billion, the ...
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Lower growth next year but no recession – Central Bank

The Central Bank has reduced its forecasts for growth in the domestic economy next year and raised its outlook for ...
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Updated finance strategy sets target of 5,000 new jobs

The Government has set a target of growing the level of employment in the international financial services sector by 5,000 ...
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IMF to consider emergency funding for Ukraine

The International Monetary Fund’s executive board will consider Ukraine’s request for $1.3 billion in additional emergency funding on Friday as ...
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Govt to discuss how €200 energy credits will be paid

The Cabinet is to discuss how the energy assistance measures in Budget 2023 will be implemented. Minister for the Environment, ...
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Coining it: What currency shifts mean for Ireland

The euro has been drifting against the dollar for some time now, but has been getting stronger against sterling for ...
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Euro falls after inflation data but heads for weekly gain

The euro dropped today after inflation in the euro zone hit a record high, but was heading for a weekly ...
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UK government in U-turn on 45% tax rate

British Prime Minister Liz Truss and Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng have, in a dramatic U-turn, abandoned a plan to abolish the ...
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