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Euro zone investor morale rebounds in November

Morale among investors in the euro zone jumped in November to its highest level since June on signs of an ...
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Consumer sentiment slumps further as Brexit rumbles on

Consumer sentiment fell for a fourth successive month for the first time since late 2012 as uncertainty over Brexit continued ...
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Brexit already having ā€˜rising negative effect on a third of all businessesā€™

More than a third of firms across the island of Ireland say Brexit is already having an adverse impact. This ...
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Campaigners call for further reform of insurance market

Campaign groups have describedĀ the introduction of new rules to improve transparency on motor insurance pricingĀ asĀ a welcome step. Campaign groups have ...
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New rules agreed for distressed mortgage holders

An agreement on how to resolve disputes between lenders and distressed mortgage holders has been reached between two leading agencies. ...
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Manufacturing conditions improve after four month slump

Manufacturers reported an improvement in business conditions during October, following four months of steady decline. The latest AIB Manufacturing Purchasing ...
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New rules on motor insurance pricing come into force

New rules to improve transparency on motor insurance pricing are coming into force. From today, the Central Bank rules will ...
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New parents to get two weeks extra paid leave

New working parentsĀ will be able to take two extra weeks of paid leave from today. The leave will be available ...
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Plans to auto-enrol workers in pension schemes announced

The Government is to introduce a system of pension auto-enrolment on a phased basis from 2022. The details have been ...
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