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29 Jan 2014

Half yearly revenues at CPL Resources up by 14%

Recruitment group CPL Resources has reported a strong set of results for the first half of its trading year to the end of December.

27 Jan 2014

Family with mortgage debt agrees insolvency deal

The first insolvency deal involving a family with mortgage borrowings was approved by creditors at a meeting today.

The Dungarvan-based personal insolvency practitioner Mitchell O’Brien said it showed the new system of dealing with personal debt was working.

23 Jan 2014

Euro zone’s debt drops for the first time in six years in third quarter

Euro zone government debt fell for the first time in nearly six years in the third quarter, data showed today, adding to signs the bloc was turning the corner on the sovereign debt crisis.

23 Jan 2014

Euro zone business gets off to strong start for 2014

The euro zone’s private sector started 2014 in much better shape than expected, with stronger growth across the region marred only by a continued downturn in France, surveys showed today.

21 Jan 2014

NTMA to announce new bond auctions soon

The country’s debt agency expects to announce the first of a series of bond auctions over the next two weeks after the Moody’s upgrade.

21 Jan 2014

Survey shows gradual recovery in family finances

Disposable income has increased by an average of €49 a month, according to the latest What’s Left tracker by the Irish League of Credit Unions.

20 Jan 2014

Rating agency Moody’s upgrade Irish Government Bonds

Rating agency Moody’s has upgraded Irish Government bonds from junk status tonight.

The organisation was the only remaining body which continued to categorise Ireland’s bonds as junk.

20 Jan 2014

NAMA Chairman Frank Daly says property crash is over

The chairman of the National Asset Management Agency has said he believes the property crash in Ireland is over.

Speaking at a breakfast briefing in Cork, Frank Daly said that property prices have begun to move off the bottom and that the property market has moved into a different phase.

17 Jan 2014

Low borrowing costs may be ‘reward’ for not burning bondholders – ESM chief

The head of the European Union’s bailout fund has said that Ireland’s currently low cost of borrowing may be a reward from the market for not imposing losses on senior bondholders of bank debt.

17 Jan 2014

NAMA Chairman Frank Daly says property crash is over

The chairman of the National Asset Management Agency has said he believes the property crash in Ireland is over.

Speaking at a breakfast briefing in Cork, Frank Daly said that property prices have begun to move off the bottom and that the property market has moved into a different phase.