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Ireland Unemployment Rate Falls For First Tim…

U.S. Employment Jumps By 233,00 Jobs In Decem...

[ad_1] Irish jobless rate declined for the first time in six months in December amid a steep fall in the youth unemployment, preliminary data from the Central Statistics Office in Dublin showed Wednesday. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent after remaining at 4.4 percent in the past …

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Global Economy To Undergo Sharp Slowdown: Wor…

Treasuries Move Back To The Downside Followin...

[ad_1] The world economy is set to experience a sharp slowdown in growth this year on the back of elevated inflation, higher interest rates, subdued investment and disruptions caused by the war in Ukraine, the World Bank said Tuesday. The global economy is forecast to expand 1.7 percent this year, …

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Portugal Inflation Eases Slightly To 9.6% As …

Ireland Inflation Eases Slightly In November

[ad_1] Portugal’s consumer price inflation eased marginally as initially estimated in December amid a slowdown in the price growth of energy, separate reports from Statistics Portugal showed on Wednesday. The Consumer price index rose 9.6 percent year-over-year in December, slower than the 9.9 percent in November. That was in line …

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Czech Inflation Eases Slightly Amid Slowdown …

Ireland Inflation Eases Slightly In November

[ad_1] The Czech Republic’s consumer price inflation eased somewhat at the end of the year, largely driven by the development in transport cots, data from the Czech Statistical Office showed on Wednesday. Consumer prices climbed 15.8 percent year-over-year in December, slower than the 16.2 percent rise in November. Meanwhile, economists …

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New Zealand ANZ Commodity Prices Fall At Slow…

*New Zealand Food Inflation +10.7% On Year In...

[ad_1] New Zealand commodity prices continued to fall in December, albeit at a much softer rate, data from the ANZ Bank showed on Wednesday. The world commodity price index decreased 0.1 percent monthly in December, following a 4.0 percent fall in November. On a year-on-year basis, the commodity price index …

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Turkey Current Account Deficit Widens To $3.7…

*Romania Oct Trade Deficit EUR 3.40 Bln Vs. E...

[ad_1] Turkey’s current account deficit increased notably in November, primarily due to the widening of the shortcut in goods trade, data from the central bank showed on Wednesday. The current account deficit widened to $3.666 billion in November from $352 million in October. The goods trade deficit rose to $7.122 …

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