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The Goodbody report showed Dublin was the worst hit, with residential completions down 39 per cent year on year in the first quarter.

The impact of lockdown on housing output has been less than expected, according to Goodbody Stockbrokers. Using building energy rating (BER) data, th(...)

After a year of working from home,  people may be placing more value on their own four walls. File photograph: iStock/Getty

After years of embracing the rental market – either by design or lack of choice – the pandemic seems to have exerted a significant shift on how we liv(...)

The rise  was sharpest in Dublin, with the numbers owning a property increasing by 8 per cent to 916,400 at the end of 2020.

The number of homeowners rose across the country in 2020 as the impact of the pandemic saw more people eschew the vagaries of the rental market for t(...)

Dublin Bus says  the financial impact of Covid-19 “has been controlled through a combination of cost-management and the continued support of the National Transport Authority”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Unions have warned of “serious concerns” over the future of Dublin Bus services as fare revenues tumble during the pandemic. Latest figures show the (...)

A man walks past the Science Gallery on Dublin’s Pearse Street on Thursday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

There’s now a consensus that the Irish economy will remain relatively subdued for the first half of 2021, with both the duration of Level 5 restrictio(...)

A deserted Grafton Street: the rate of new infections is seemingly stuck at  about  500 cases per day. Photograph: Gareth Chaney

Pressure is building once again in retail and, especially, the hospitality sector for guidance from Government on when businesses may be able to reope(...)

A deserted Grafton Street during the pandemic. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

It has had an impact like no other. Hundreds of thousands of people have been out of work for some time, many since March 2020. Hotels are closed, hai(...)

The Government imposed some of the EU’s toughest restrictions on travel, hospitality and other businesses last year in an effort to contain Covid-19. Photograph: iStock

Travel chiefs voiced anger at Government’s lack of post-Covid recovery plans for their industries at a private meeting hosted by State body Fáilte Ire(...)

“Ireland had one of the most stringent lockdowns in Europe through 2020 and such a decision would make Ireland an outlier once again.”

Ireland risks being an outlier in Europe again if there is a major extension to the current lockdown, Goodbody stockbrokers has warned. Amid speculat(...)

Goodbody estimated that about 36 per cent of the Irish workforce, equating to 880,000 workers, were on some form of Government supports.

The Irish economy is set for a “rapid rebound” once the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, Goodbody Stockbrokers has predicted. In its latest economi(...)

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