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Ulster Bank defends decision around plan to withdraw from Irish market

The chief executive of Ulster Bank has defended the decision of the bank and its parent NatWest not to give ...
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Businesses unhappy with Covid plan and seek supports

Business group Ibec has called for an increase in financial supports for business in the worst impacted sectors of the economy.  ...
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Govt extends key economic supports as restrictions continue

The Government has said that measures to support business, jobs and employment are to remain in place until the end of ...
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Judicial reviews delay Strategic Housing Development

A new report has found that the number of units in planned Strategic Housing Developments (SHD) in Dublin that have ...
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Central Bank mortgage lending rules keeping house inflation down – ESRI

New research by the ESRI has found further evidence that mortgage lending rules put in place by the Central Bank ...
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Cautious optimism pushes consumer sentiment higher

Consumer sentiment bounced back in February thanks to cautious optimism about the outlook for the economy, despite the prospect of ...
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Too early to predict Ulster loan book sale success – Donohoe

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said it is too early to say if the negotiations between Permanent TSB and ...
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The third banking force awakens

For well over a decade, we’ve been hearing talk on and off about the need for a third banking force ...
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Licensed Vintners’ Association calls for more clarity

The Special Committee on Covid-19 Response will meet later today as the updating of the Government’s plan on Living with ...
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