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Mortgage approvals and drawdowns continue to rise

The number of mortgages being approved and drawn down continue to rise, according to the latest figures from Banking and ...
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Personal injuries claims numbers see big fall – PIAB

The number of claims made to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board decreased last year, mainly as a result of the ...
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75% of home building fund committed to projects

Loan approvals by Home Building Finance Ireland – the Government initiative set up to fund the delivery of new homes ...
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5 things you need to know as indoor hospitality reopens

Restaurants, cafés and bars can reopen their doors for indoor eating and drinking today, operating under strict new public health ...
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Consumer and business sentiment down slightly in July but still above pre-pandemic level

Consumer and business sentiment, as measured by Bank of Ireland’s Economic Pulse, dipped slightly in July but was well up ...
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Contact tracing change to indoor dining regulations – RAI

Indoor dining in restaurants and cafes resumes today for the first time since last December, with many pubs not having ...
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Consumer confidence dips marginally from June’s high

Irish consumer confidence dipped marginally in July from the two year high recorded in June, according to the latest consumer ...
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Final meetings on indoor dining rules

Final meetings to agree the legal rules for indoor dining will take place this morning. It is hoped the regulations ...
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Permanent TSB agrees potential deal for Ulster Bank loans

Shares in Permanent TSB soared over 15% today after it announced a potential deal worth about €7.6 billion to buy ...
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