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More small firms to be offered export help through LEOs

An extension by the Government of the mandate of Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) will mean that thousands more small businesses ...
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Euro zone credit growth remains brisk despite gloomy outlook

Bank lending to euro zone companies held steady, maintaining the sector’s biggest borrowing binge in over a decade, despite rising ...
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Christmas spend set to match last year – Retail Ireland

Irish households are expected to spend the same amount of money this Christmas as they did last, as the impact ...
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ECB will increase rates again in December – Makhlouf

The Governor of the Central Bank has said the European Central Bank will increase interest rates at its meeting next ...
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Firms can register for energy support scheme tomorrow

The Temporary Business Energy Support Scheme (TBESS), which will assist businesses with their energy costs during the winter months, will ...
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Busy day expected as Black Friday sales get under way

Originally an American construct, Black Friday was ideal for retailers and consumers in the United States to kick off the ...
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Govt’s budget strategy strikes ‘appropriate balance’ – IFAC

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has said the Government’s budgetary strategy struck the “appropriate balance between protecting vulnerable households and ...
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Over €93 billion in tax generated by Govt in 2021, up 21% on 2020 revenue

Total tax revenue collected by the Exchequer in 2021 was €93.3 billion, according to the Central Statistics Office. This was ...
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Growth in mortgage approvals driven by sharp increase in switching activity

The number of first time buyers being approved for a mortgage has dropped to its lowest level since 2019, new ...
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