The CSO said producer prices were affected by a number of factors during 2020.

Monthly factory gate prices decreased by 14.5 per cent in December compared with the same month last year, according to the latest figures from the Ce(...)

DNG’s report says that despite the Covid-19 pandemic and the uncertainty provided by Brexit, house prices remained remarkably resilient last year.

Estate agent DNG predicts property prices in Dublin could rise by as much as 5 per cent when the current lockdown restrictions are eased. In the fir(...)

The evidence is that while the impact of this lockdown may not be quite as severe in terms of numbers out of work in the key sectors as the first one, it may not be far off. Photograph: iStock

The return of Level 5 restrictions means a hit to the economy – and it will be more severe than when restrictions were tightened in the autumn. Lockdo(...)

The overnight shift to people working from home last year ‘has led to a reordering of priorities’, according to  TJ Cronin, vice president of the SCSI. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Irish residential property prices, which remained resilient during the Covid-19 shock last year, are set to rise by an average of 4 per cent in 2021 a(...)

A paramedic and ambulances at the Mater Hospital in Dublin amid the current Covid-19 surge. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The number of close contacts of people diagnosed with Covid-19 rose slightly in the first week of January, new data shows. The average positive case (...)

The Republic is a global hub for pharma and medtech, playing host to 24 of the top 25 biggest players, including Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Roche, Novartis and AbbVie. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Irish goods exports increased in value by €2 billion in November on the back of a surge in exports of medical and pharmaceutical products linked to th(...)

Gardaí mount a checkpoint on the Stillorgan dual carriageway to help clampdown on people leaving Dublin for Easter weekend last year. File photograph: Crispin Rodwell

The highest percentage of people moving beyond 10km from home last year occurred during the week up to Christmas Eve, according to the Central Statist(...)

Photograph: iStock

Consumer prices declined by 1 per cent in the year to December as the cost of clothing, furniture and fuel all fell. That was offset by rises in the(...)

Mortgage lending to first-time buyers has increased by 15 per cent. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

With record numbers seeking mortgage approval, and stricter restrictions from today on property viewings, pent-up demand for limited stock is set t(...)

Manufacturing industries increased production by 22.1 per cent in November compared to October.

Industrial production increased by 4.7 per cent for the September-November period compared to the previous quarter, according to the latest figures fr(...)

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