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Setback for banks’ Revolut-style payment app application as CCPC rejects it as ‘invalid’

A plan by the main banks here to develop a person to person money transfer app to rival Revolut and N26 has been dealt an early set back, after the ...
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Salaries for in-demand skills to increase by up to 5%

Salaries for in-demand and emerging niche skill sets will increase by up to 5% this year, according to the Morgan McKinley Irish Salary Guide. The new guide shows that most salaries ...
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Vaccine roll-out key to economic growth this year – Central Bank

The Central Bank has forecast that growth in the economy will pick up in the second half of this year, if there is a successful roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccination ...
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Davy upgrades economic growth forecasts for 2021

Davy has upgraded its growth forecast for the economy for this year on the back of buoyant exports and multinational sector output, especially from the pharmaceutical and information and communications technology ...
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Delivery costs for Northern Ireland-Britain trade set to rise, hauliers say

The cost of transporting goods to Britain from Northern Ireland is set to rise as a result of the new post-Brexit regulatory border between the two parts of the United ...
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Job vacancies remain 23% below pre-Covid levels

Job postings for the final quarter of last year were 23% lower than the same time in 2019, according to figures published by e-recruitment platform IrishJobs. Despite being in the ...
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EU sets out plans to built the power of the euro

Europe is too vulnerable to the global power of the dollar and must ensure the international standing of its euro currency to challenge US dominance, the EU executive has said. ...
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Residential property prices saw a return to growth in November – CSO

Residential property prices rose on an annual basis for the first time in six months in November after disruption from the initial Covid-19 lockdown of the economy halted seven years ...
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Dublin Port records third busiest year in 2020 despite Covid challenges

The volume of cargo passing through Dublin Port in the last three months of 2020 rose by 7.6% as pre-Brexit stockpiling, Christmas trading and a bounce caused by a relaxation of ...
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