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Irish manufacturing growth moderates again in Dec – PMI

Irish manufacturing growth moderates again in Dec – PMI

Growth in Irish manufacturing activity eased further in December from record highs reached earlier in 2021, a survey showed on Monday, at the end of [...]
Euro zone factory growth stayed strong in Dec as supply issues eased -PMI

Euro zone factory growth stayed strong in Dec as supply issues eased -PMI

Manufacturing activity in the euro zone remained resilient at the end of 2021 as factories took advantage of an easing in supply chain bottlenecks an [...]
German manufacturers hope supply constraints will ease in 2022 -PMI

German manufacturers hope supply constraints will ease in 2022 -PMI

Supply bottlenecks held back German manufacturing activity in December, but manufacturers with full order books expressed confidence that these constr [...]
Korea Production Jumps Most in 17 Months as Supply Woes Ease

Korea Production Jumps Most in 17 Months as Supply Woes Ease

South Korea’s factory production jumped the most since mid-2020 last month, suggesting supply disruptions that hurt manufacturing in key industries we [...]
Euro zone business lending picked up in Nov

Euro zone business lending picked up in Nov

Lending to euro zone companies accelerated for the third straight month in November, reversing in part a steady decline in the early part of the year, [...]
UK economy grew more slowly than thought before Omicron hit

UK economy grew more slowly than thought before Omicron hit

Britain's economy grew more slowly than previously thought in the July-September period, before the Omicron variant of the coronavirus posed a further [...]
UK retail sales growth slides as Omicron hits – CBI

UK retail sales growth slides as Omicron hits – CBI

British retail sales growth fell sharply in the first half of December as concerns about the Omicron variant of coronavirus kept shoppers away, a mont [...]
WTO says goods trade fell in Q3, Omicron raises risks

WTO says goods trade fell in Q3, Omicron raises risks

The World Trade Organization said on Monday that global merchandise trend fell by 0.8% in the third quarter, adding that the emergence of the Omicron [...]
Multinationals add 17,000 jobs in Ireland in 2021-deputy PM

Multinationals add 17,000 jobs in Ireland in 2021-deputy PM

Multinational companies in Ireland added 17,000 jobs in 2021 to lift the total number employed in the sector to a record 275,000, deputy prime minist [...]
France’s Beaune: fishing row with Britain still not resolved

France’s Beaune: fishing row with Britain still not resolved

France has obtained 93% of the post-Brexit fishing licences it claims from Britain and will now ask the European Commission to put further pressure on [...]
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