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Euro zone inflation hits highest level in 13 years

Euro zone energy prices increased by 17.4% in September, new figures show Euro zone inflation hit a 13-year high last month and looks likely to jump higher still, further clouding the European Central Bank’s benign view of the biggest price spike since before the global financial crisis. Consumer price inflation in the 19 countries sharing the euro accelerated to 3.4% ...

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GDP growth set to hit 15.6% this year – Finance

When measured by GDP, the Department of Finance said the economy is forecast to grow this year by 15.6% Forecasts for economic growth this year have been revised significantly upwards by the Department of Finance today. When measured by GDP, the department said the economy is forecast to grow this year by 15.6%. This is a revision upwards from just ...

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More work needed on insurance, legal competition issues

The NCPC says the impact of new Personal Injuries Guidelines on award levels needs to be assessed and monitored Issues around the cost of insurance, legal services and credit have not received the urgent attention required to support competitiveness and productivity. That is according to the state’s competitiveness watchdog, the National Competitiveness and Productivity Council (NCPC). The Council also says ...

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