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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 is expected that the €200 credits will be paid in ...
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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 latest Exchequer Returns from the Department of Finance show. It ...
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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 inflation. However, its latest Quarterly Bulletin says the economy will ...
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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 net by 2026. The target is contained in an update ...
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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 Russia’s war against the country continues, two sources familiar with ...
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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, Climate and Communications Eamon Ryan will bring a memo to ...
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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 months. But what this means for consumers – and particularly ...
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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 gain on hawkish signals from the European Central Bank as ...
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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 top rate of income tax for the highest earners. Ms ...
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