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While the country has successfully completed the bailout programme, the level of debt that Ireland is shouldering is regarded as the largest threat to a full economic recovery. Whether Ireland can reduce its debt which is expected to peak at 124pc of
Tamara Voninski The construction sector has expanded for the second straight month, after three years of contraction. The Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association Australian Performance of Construction Index (PCI) rose 0.8 points to 55.
Asian markets were off to a nervous start on Thursday as never- ending speculation about the fate of US stimulus lifted bond yields while helping the dollar pare losses against the yen. Early attention will be on Japan's Nikkei after it suffered
4 December 2013 Benjamin Price went from earning more than 500,000 a year to claiming 71 a week in benefits A city trader went from earning 518,000 a year to just 71 a week on unemployment benefit when he was made redundant after complaining about
NZX cash trading volumes soared in November, the 15th straight monthly gain, in a period that included the stock exchange's biggest ever trading day accounting for almost a fifth of monthly turnover. The total number of trades rose to 141,143 in
Justice Department civil probe into allegations that large banks and others conspired to thwart competition in the $24.3 trillion market for credit-default swaps is winding down and penalties aren't planned, said people familiar with the matter.
Goldman Sachs bankers on the Royal Mail privatisation will again be hauled in front of MPs after their colleagues valued the postal service at nearly twice the price at which it was floated. On Wednesday, the powerful Business Select Committee
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Philippines (AP) Asian stock markets mostly traded sideways Tuesday after a lull in Wall Street's record-breaking run ahead of a U.S. holiday. Japan's Nikkei 225 fell 0.5 percent to 15,546.26 while Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.2 percent to 23,735.29.
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