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  0.00 0.0% 995.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
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Support Services 516.2 22.2 69.2 15.3 310

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08/9/2010
22:03
http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2658562 revenues fell by 11pc to E189.9m compared to E212.4m previously in what the company called the most severe labour market conditions and operating environment in its 20 year history.
lbo
07/9/2010
09:55
We are among worst in world for job hopes http://www.independent.ie/national-news/we-are-among-worst-in-world-for-job-hopes-2327351.html
lbo
01/9/2010
20:42
http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0901/liveregister.html Official figures show that the number of people on the Live Register rose again last month
lbo
26/8/2010
09:08
Rate of closures jumps 14% as 34 Irish firms folding every day http://www.irishexaminer.com/business/rate-of-closures-jumps-14-as-34-irish-firms-folding-every-day-128768.html#ixzz0xhIcCmOS
lbo
24/8/2010
22:37
Standard & Poor's Downgrades Ireland to 'AA-, Says Further Downgrade Possible http://www.streetinsider.com/Credit+Ratings/Standard+%26+Poors+Downgrades+Ireland+to+AA-,+Says+Further+Downgrade+Possible/5921579.html
lbo
17/8/2010
18:20
IBOA warns of 4,000 jobs on the line http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2649224
lbo
29/7/2010
10:27
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/ncb-celebrates-the-taxpaying-unit-2275676.html does NCB Stockbrokers house the most dismal of dismal economists? This week the broker was reflecting on the dangers of a "brain drain" from Ireland, with the ESRI estimating that 70,000 people are, to use the polite term, "exiting" from the country every 12 months. NCB isn't worried about this in the short term, saying it's "positive" as it eases pressure on the State's finances and also lowers social tensions. While not something to celebrate, these two assertions are broadly correct. But NCB reserved its most cold and bloodless language for the new citizens being born in the country, who are helping offset the enormous numbers leaving via the airports. Instead of celebrating the undeniable fertility of the Irish race, the NCB said it was gratifying to see how many future "tax-paying units" were being born in our hospitals. Apparently, Ireland had the highest rate of increase in "tax-paying units" in both 2008 and 2009 in the EU, the broker pointed out in its own touchy-feely kind of way. Unfortunately, the lingering problem of unemployment means many of those born today may not ultimately end up being "tax-paying units'', or at least the "units" may need to be installed in other jurisdictions like Australia, the UK, the US and Canada, where they can operate more effectively
lbo
27/7/2010
23:26
http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2639194 Ireland had the highest level of emigration among all EU member states during 2009, new figures from the EU statistics body Eurostat show today.
lbo
16/7/2010
13:10
Vodafone will seek to cut 130 staff after consultation http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0716/1224274821289.html BoI confirms 750 voluntary redundancies http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2634179 Bank of Ireland today confirmed that it is seeking 750 redundancies from its workforce after the EU approved its restructuring plan.
lbo
09/7/2010
09:14
CPL 'uncertain' about Irish jobs market http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/0709/breaking9.html
lbo
07/7/2010
16:07
http://www.irishpost.co.uk/tabId/60/itemId/2728/Irelands-economic-woes-fuel-emigration.aspx
lbo
05/7/2010
18:33
Irish Economy Is Still on Life Support http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2010/07/05/the-irish-economy-is-still-on-life-support/
lbo
01/7/2010
10:17
Number on Live Register hits highest level in 20 years http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0701/1224273707211.html
lbo
24/6/2010
11:25
'No recovery in jobs before 2014' http://www.irishexaminer.com/business/no-recovery-in-jobs-before-2014-123254.html
lbo
10/6/2010
23:10
http://trueeconomics.blogspot.com/2010/06/economics-10062010-cpi-industrial.html Ireland is ten quarters into twin crises of credit contraction and house price declines which [can be expected] last for 33 quarters unless radical policy changes are made according to Dr Constantin Gurdgiev. Dr Gurdgiev was speaking at the annual national conference of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA) in Carton House, Maynooth, today. Dismissing optimistic reports of an imminent recovery Dr Gurdgiev said: "Since May 2009, we've been "turning corners" to a recovery more often than Michael Schumacher on a World Grand Prix circuit." According to Dr Gurdgiev, Ireland's combined Government and economy-wide debt is the worst of any of the other so-called PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain) states and the other three EU member states which he groups with them in terms of economic difficulties – Belgium, Austria and the Netherlands (BAN). "The structure of our fiscal spending is working against us", Dr Gurdgiev told the conference. "Fiscally we have excessive structural deficits of 50-60% of the total deficit and, courtesy of the banks we are now accumulating off balance sheet structural deficits. Our deficits are the worst in BAN-PIIGS group." Ireland's asset bubble implosion is also set to continue for some time. "Asset bubble crashes last longer than our policies anticipate", he said. "The OECD average is 10 quarters of credit busts for 18% average contraction and 19 quarters of house price falls for a 29% average price decline. Ireland's bubble of a 60% decline in credit supply implies 33 quarters of credit contraction and our 50% house price fall implies 33 quarters of price declines. We are currently roughly 10 quarters into these twin crises."
lbo
03/6/2010
11:52
http://trueeconomics.blogspot.com/2010/06/economics-02062010-live-register-no.html Live Register - no longer flatlining
lbo
19/5/2010
21:37
Pfizer to cut up to 785 jobs in Ireland http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0518/pfizer.html
lbo
11/5/2010
14:01
OECD unemployment rate 8.7% http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/0511/breaking32.html Ireland has the third highest rate of unemployment in the OECD, according to new data published today. Spain currently has the highest unemployment rate in the 34-country body at 19.1 per cent, followed by Slovakia at 14.1 per cent, Ireland at 13.2 per cent and Hungary at 11 per cent. http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2600589 The latest figures from the Government show that there were 5,749 redundancies in April and that 1,474 jobs have been lost each week in 2010. Avine McNally, a director of the Small Firms Association (SFA) castigated the government for what she said is a lack of planning to cope with the job losses. "The April redundancy figures show that firms continue to haemorrhage jobs in the first quarter of 2010, and the figures show a complete absence of a government strategy to save small businesses and jobs," she said.
lbo
06/5/2010
21:31
http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2597937 'Eircom could collapse within 6 months' There is a real possibility that eircom could collapse within six months, putting 5,500 jobs in jeopardy, according to the Communications Workers Union (CWU) today. "The new owners, Singapore Technologies Telemedia (STT) have a E4 billion debt to service. If the company continues to lose market share and remains bound by over-regulation, they will run into serious problems within the next six months and maybe earlier in trying to service that debt. If they cannot service this debt, which is a real possibility now, then we are looking at another significant Irish company on the brink and almost definite take-over by the banks. "This is extremely worrying for the company and its 5,500 employees. The Government needs to take this threat very seriously and support the company or else it is will be facing another very costly collapse."
lbo
27/4/2010
23:44
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0420/1224268698653.html OVER ONE-THIRD of lending to the small and medium-sized business sector, representing €11 billion, is distressed, according to a survey by consultants Mazars.
lbo
12/4/2010
21:19
http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/more-pay-cuts-freezes-and-reduced-hours-on-the-way-2134292.html MORE pay cuts, wage freezes and reduced working hours are predicted among private sector firms this year as the recession continues to bite. Over four in 10 businesses are planning further cuts to their wage bill in 2010 through either pay freezes, cuts or reduced hours. The figures, revealed in a North/South survey, show that pessimism in the Republic about jobs and wages is far greater than in the North, with more than twice the number of firms in some cases predicting wage cuts or reduced working hours for their staff.
lbo
09/4/2010
14:35
No end to rising unemployment until 2011 http://www.rte.ie/business/2010/0409/central.html
lbo
08/4/2010
21:05
Citigroup warns about Irish bonds http://www.insideireland.ie/index.cfm/section/news/ext/citigroup001/category/1084
lbo
29/3/2010
11:59
Job levels expected to fall further - survey http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2010/0329/1224267276480.html
lbo
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