The Irish economy will rebound dramatically this year – growing by 11 per cent – on the back of stronger exports and a resurgence in consumer spending and investment linked to the easing of restrictions, the Economic and Social Research Institute has said. Eoin Burke-Kennedy reports.

The State may need to build as many as 200,000 new homes over the next three years to resolve the housing crisis, a new report by Davy stockbroker has claimed. Eoin Burke-Kennedy has the details.

Karlin Lillington says that working from home could be the first in a slew of demands employees make of their employers.

Irish consumers saved an average of almost ¤174 per month during lockdown, new data has shown, a figure consumers expect to climb…

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