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Irish 2020 GDP may fall by 14% in virus second wave.

Tentative signs of recovery in Ireland’s economy means it is likely to shrink by 9% this year if further stringent measures to contain the coronavirus are avoided but almost 14% if they are reimposed, the country’s central bank said on F.

NAMA hopes to top projected €4bn surplus.

47% of Irish firms believe activity will increase in next 3 months.

Irish insurer FBD puts €22m aside to cover lockdown claims.

Strong recovery in contactless payments as spending hits €600m in May.

Call for flat rate expense relief for Working From Home Workforce.

67% of Irish have experienced unexpected banking fees.

COVID-19 impact on real economy yet to fully materialise says Central Bank.

Goodbody examine new Goverment impact on banking and insurance sectors.

More Irish people saving regularly during Covid-19.

Ireland cancels June 11 bond auction in favor of syndicated deal.

Record demand for bond sale sends Ireland racing towards 2020 funding target.

Ireland opens latest syndicated bond sale to plug COVID-19 deficit.

Ireland cancels June 11 bond auction in favor of syndicated deal.

Ireland will extend its temporary wage subsidy into August.

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75% of Irish food and drink companies fear recession prompted by Covid 19.


Irish 2020 GDP may fall by 14% in virus second wave.


Pubs on track for 50% decline in business for the remainder of 2020.


Donohoe urges EU not to give up on global agreement on taxation.

Euro zone investor morale up in July but recovery could stall.


EU opens bidding for €1bn from clean technology fund.


Bumper corporate taxes shelter Irish finances from worst of COVID-19.


Chicago technology company chooses Dublin for first international office.


Almost €1.7bn invested in Irish real estate during first half of 2020.


Tanaiste announces €6.5m in grants to retail sector.

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Orla Kiely to close retail and online businesses.

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