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Lack of funding for Irish startups worries investors

Senior venture capitalists have described as “worrying” the lack of money coming through for new Irish startups. While the overall ...
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Eurozone government bonds sell off for fourth consecutive day

Euro zone government bond yields rose on Friday, after three consecutive days of selling-off, with the benchmark German 10-year Bund ...
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No recovery in the retail sector before 2025, says EY report

The technology sector will have recovered from the effects of the coronavirus and lockdown by the end of this year, ...
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Irish consumers now sixth-most confident in Europe

Deloitte has released it latest State of the Consumer Tracker which shows consumer confidence holding steady into July, with Ireland ...
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EU proposes changes to VAT rules

The European Commission has proposed changes to the EU’s VAT rules, in preparation for the end of the transition period ...
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UK tips into deepest recession on record after 20% contraction

The UK economy suffered a bigger slump than any other major European economy in the second quarter, shrinking by a ...
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Expanded business restart grant scheme opens for applications

Applications have opened for the Government’s Restart Grant Plus Scheme after the maximum grant available was raised to €25,000. Businesses ...
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British economy slumps into recession after record drop in quarterly output

Britain’s economy shrank by a record 20.4 per cent between April and June, when the coronavirus lockdown was tightest, the ...
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Digital Hub warns of need for emergency funding from State

Dublin’s Digital Hub, which is home to more than 70 companies, has warned it may need to seek emergency funding ...
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