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Coronavirus plunges Europe’s leading economies into historic recessions

The coronavirus pandemic has plunged Europe’s leading economies into historic recessions, figures published on Friday showed. France and Spain both ...
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Consumer-facing workers face most risk of long-term unemployment – study

Workers in consumer-facing industries such personal services, accommodation, and food and beverage are most at risk of slipping into long-term ...
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Government U-turn on excluding business owners from wage subsidy

The Government has reversed a decision to exclude proprietary directors from the new Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) after small ...
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No more cash: Wexford’s DoneDeal launches Stripe payments for all its buyers and sellers

Online marketplace DoneDeal has struck a deal with Stripe to make all sales and purchases on its site cashless and ...
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EU needs to start enforcing data protection laws properly

After the European Court of Justice (CJEU) handed down another major judgement two weeks ago in the “Schrems 2.0” data ...
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Everything you need to know about switching your mortgage

Switching your mortgage could be one of the most financially savvy things you ever do. The Association of Irish Mortgage ...
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Interest rate war brews as new bank joins market

A Spanish banking giant is to enter the Irish mortgage market in a move sure to put massive pressure on ...
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Retail bounced back in June as shoppers rushed out after lockdown

Customers rushing back into shops as the lockdown eased in June lifted the value of retail sales back to pre-Covid ...
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Irish companies show impressive flexibility with diversification to Europe

One of the challenges we face in growing our economy is the limited size of our domestic market. Ireland’s entry ...
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