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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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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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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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Guidelines on indoor dining to be outlined

Government guidelines on how indoor hospitality will operate from Monday are due to be published shortly. The new measures will ...
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Central Bank seeks to end loyalty penalty for car and home insurance customers

The Central Bank has recommended a ban on home and motor insurance customers being charged a loyalty penalty the longer ...
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PUP numbers at lowest level since March 2020

New figures from the Department of Social Protection show that the number of people getting the Pandemic Unemployment Payment are ...
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Covid spending to top €30 billion by end of year

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath will tell his Government colleagues this morning that Covid spending over a ...
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No time limits on indoor dining under reopening plans

There will not be any time limits for those allowed to eat and drink inside pubs and restaurants under guidelines ...
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EU to set up anti money-laundering agency

The EU is to set up a stand-alone agency to crack down on money laundering across Europe where major banks ...
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