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Consumer confidence drops as Covid cases surge

Consumer confidence has dropped to a seven-month low as Covid cases continue to surge, according to the latest KBC Bank ...
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Over 70% worried about rising prices of everyday items

74% of consumers are concerned about rising prices for everyday items, according to Deloitte Ireland’s latest consumer tracker survey. Over ...
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Ministers to discuss specific Covid supports for hospitality sector

Senior Government ministers will meet later today to discuss the introduction of specific measures to support the hospitality sector. The ...
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Turning Black Friday green: Shoppers encouraged to buy Irish

An important date in the retail calendar, December 8 was the traditional day for country people to venture to the ...
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Early stage firms benefit as VC funding rises again

Venture capital funding to Irish firms rose by 19% to €231m in the three months to the end of September, ...
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Irish and British leaders to discuss Covid and protocol

Political leaders in Ireland and Britain are holding a meeting today at which they will discuss Covid-19 and UK-EU talks ...
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Working from home resumes to help curb spread of Covid

Employees should work from home from today unless it is necessary to attend the workplace in person. The measures are ...
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Risks of cost overruns in NDP, warns IFAC

The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council (IFAC) has said the planned increases in public investment under the National Development Plan (NDP) ...
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Covid pushes ESG up the agenda in Irish boardrooms

A new survey shows that board level discussions of environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters are up 30% since the ...
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