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New cars registered in November slows by 4%

The number of new cars registered in November fell 4% according to new data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI). 947 cars were registered during the month, ...
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Manufacturing conditions stabilise in November

Business conditions in the manufacturing sector stabilised in November, new figures show. The latest Purchasing Managers Index from AIB reveals the second highest reading since February. The index rose to ...
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33,450 homes may be built here in Ireland in 2024 – Euroconstruct

A new analysis has estimated that around 33,450 new homes could be completed here next year. The research also predicts that around 31,000 will be finished this year. The study ...
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Latest CSO figures confirm economy in recession

Figures today from the Central Statistics Office confirm that the economy is in recession. The economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), fell by 1.9% in the three months ...
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ECB picks ‘European culture’ and ‘rivers and birds’ as themes for new euro banknotes

The Governing Council of the European Central Bank said it has selected “European culture” and “Rivers and birds” as the possible themes to choose from for future euro banknotes. This ...
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Big increase in demand for construction workers in 2023

The resurgence of construction here meant professional roles in that sector recorded the biggest increase in demand this year, new data shows. IrishJobs TalentBank, a database containing over 1.2m job ...
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New tenants are paying 18% more for rent than existing ones – RTB

New tenants are paying considerably more rent than renters with existing tenancies, new official data has shown for the first time. According to information released by the Residential Tenancies Board, ...
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EU agreement on reducing industrial emissions

EU member countries and the European Parliament have said they have reached a preliminary agreement on curbing industrial emissions, including those from intensive poultry and pig farms and from ore ...
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Brent tops $80 ahead of OPEC+ meeting

Oil prices crept higher today as the possibility that OPEC+ will extend or deepen supply cuts was compounded by a storm-related drop in Kazakh oil output to send the Brent ...
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