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Cheque payments hit new quarterly low in Q1 at 4.5 million – BPFI

Around 4.5 million cheque payments were made in the first quarter of 2022, according to the latest Payments Monitor from ...
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Oil prices slip, but still close to three month highs

Oil prices slipped today but remained within touching distance of three-month highs as fears over new Covid-19 lockdown measures in ...
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Govt not considering price caps as inflation rises to 7.8%

The Minister for Finance has said he is not considering the introduction of price caps to deal with soaring inflation. ...
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Price shock: Why car prices are being driven higher

The cost of everyday items is continuing to rise, with a recent estimate from the Central Statistics Office suggesting consumer ...
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Around 25% of eir customers to be hit by price hikes

Telecoms company eir has said around 25% of its customers will be impacted by price hikes from August. The changes ...
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European shares fall ahead of ECB decision

European shares slipped today ahead of the European Central Bank’s meeting later in the day, with investors awaiting clues on ...
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Remote workers to get free access to local digital hubs

The Government is announcing a series of new initiatives to support remote working. A voucher scheme will give remote workers ...
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‘I don’t know who can afford €4,500 for childcare’

Cliona, a mother of three, was recently quoted €4,500 a month for childcare. She simply cannot afford it. “I don’t ...
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Fuels for Ireland urges new approach to tax on fuel

The fuels industry has said that the Government needs to look at the overall approach to taxation on fuel because ...
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