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Ireland could run €30bn deficit this year, Donohoe tells Dáil

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said that there is a possibility that Ireland will run a deficit of €30 ...
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Number of people on Pandemic Unemployment Payment dips

The number of people receiving the Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment has fallen slightly by 5,000 to 584,600 over the last ...
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76% of businesses still trading despite Covid-19 – CSO

The Central Statistics Office has found that a majority of companies have continued to trade through the Covid-19 pandemic.   ...
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Labour Court to begin virtual case hearings from 2 June

The Labour Court is to convene virtual case hearings for the first time from 2 June in order to comply ...
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Euro zone economy won’t hit pre-crisis level until 2021 at earliest – Lane

The coronavirus-hit euro zone economy probably will not return to its pre-pandemic levels until next year at the earliest, the ...
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France and Germany to propose €500bn EU recovery fund

France and Germany have agreed to propose creating a €500 billion Recovery Fund that would offer grants to European member ...
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European new car sales down 78.3% in April

European passenger car sales slumped in April as the first full month with restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic ...
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NAMA paid €5.65m in legal fees last year

Dublin-based legal firm McCann Fitzgerald last year received €1.54m in legal fees from the National Asset Management Agency. That is ...
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Europe’s banks brace for bad debt build up from coronavirus crisis

Europe’s banks are expected to have to set aside billions for potential loan losses as well as take profit hits ...
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