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Dublin ranked 41st most expensive city for international workers

Dublin ranks as the 41st most expensive city in the world for international employees, the 2024 Cost of Living City ...
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Services inflation needs to come down this year – ECB’s Lane

The European Central Bank needs to see momentum in services inflation come down this year in order to confirm its ...
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Almost 50% would refuse job offer with no remote work option – survey

Nearly half of Irish jobseekers would refuse a job offer if there were no hybrid or fully remote working options ...
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Household savings rate increases to 14.7%

The savings rate among households increased to 14.7% between January and March. New data from the Central Statistics Offices shows ...
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Consumer prices rose by 2.6% over the 12 months to May

Consumer prices for goods and services rose by 2.6% over the 12 months to May. The figures from the Central ...
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Consumer behaviour shifting due to rising costs

Cost of living pressures continue to top the agenda for consumers, new data shows. The latest Future Consumer Index from ...
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New EV sales down 20% so far this year, CSO data shows

The number of new electric cars sold in the first five months of the year dropped by 20% compared with ...
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Oil slips on US growth worries, ample crude supply

Oil prices fell in early trade today, as investors digested that the US Federal Reserve had likely pushed back a ...
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Fed leaves rates unchanged, sees only one 2024 cut despite inflation progress

The Federal Reserve held interest rates steady yesterday and pushed out the start of rate cuts to perhaps as late ...
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