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Permanent TSB ‘charging double’ its rivals to fix rate

A state-rescued bank has been accused of exploiting its mortgage customers by offering those who want to fix an interest ...
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Mortgage surge means house prices ‘now set to rise by 10pc’

A rush to get approved for a mortgage, with first-time buyers to the fore, is expected to push house prices ...
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Irish Life adds City Quay offices to €1bn portfolio

Irish Life has restated its commitment to the Dublin office market with a decision to pre-fund the €125m development of ...
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2,000 taxpayers call Revenue helpline in offshore crackdown

With only a month left for taxpayers to make voluntary disclosures about offshore assets, there’s likely to be a surge ...
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Pay freezes predicted despite country’s economic growth

Labour costs in Ireland are rising at one of the slowest rates in the EU despite the country’s strong economic ...
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‘Strong evidence’ Ireland aiding EU banks’ tax-avoidance schemes

Ireland is one of the countries “leading the race to the bottom” in the facilitation of global tax avoidance, according ...
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Irish firms in top five UK foreign business owners

Irish-based companies are among the biggest foreign owners of UK firms, ahead of Japan and well ahead of rising powerhouse ...
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Price of Dublin semi-D surging again at same rate as in boom years

The price of an average semi-detached house in parts of Dublin is inflating as fast as in the boom years ...
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Public sector pay ‘outstrips private workers by 40pc’

Public sector workers get paid 40pc more on average than their private sector counterparts, a report claims. By contrast, in ...
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