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Ireland back in the ratings A team after Moody's upgrade

Moody's has upgraded Ireland's credit rating due to better than expected growth. They put it up by one notch to A3 with a positive outlook.

Moody's has upgraded Ireland's credit rating due to better than expected growth. They put it up by one notch to A3 with a positive outlook.

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Ireland set to be strongest growing eurozone economy again

Ireland’s economy grew by seven percent in the year to the end of September according to official figures, putting it on course to be the

Ireland’s economy grew by seven percent in the year to the end of September according to official figures, putting it on course to be the

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Seamus Coffey: "Net migration will be around zero"

Euronews met economics lecturer Seamus Coffey on the campus of University College Cork, in Ireland. To listen to this analysis of Irish migration

Euronews met economics lecturer Seamus Coffey on the campus of University College Cork, in Ireland. To listen to this analysis of Irish migration

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S&P upgrades Ireland on 'brightening economic prospects'

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has given Dublin a thumbs up. It raised Ireland’s sovereign debt rating for the first time since the country

Credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s has given Dublin a thumbs up. It raised Ireland’s sovereign debt rating for the first time since the country

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Sweet success in Dublin, the experience of being an entrepreneur

Today, one in three Europeans is over 55 years old. Increasingly, they are setting up their own businesses and Ireland is leading the way with a

Today, one in three Europeans is over 55 years old. Increasingly, they are setting up their own businesses and Ireland is leading the way with a

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Ireland bond auction a success even as economy dips in Q4

Ireland has held its first regular sale of government bonds since it needed an international bailout in 2010. But the success of that auction was

Ireland has held its first regular sale of government bonds since it needed an international bailout in 2010. But the success of that auction was

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Ireland is back in the bond business

Ireland has made a storming return to the international bond market. Investors were extremely keen to lend the Dublin government money in the first

Ireland has made a storming return to the international bond market. Investors were extremely keen to lend the Dublin government money in the first

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Ireland shuns credit line after bailout ends

Ireland says its economy has recovered sufficiently that it does not need a line of credit after it ends its bailout next month. The precautionary

Ireland says its economy has recovered sufficiently that it does not need a line of credit after it ends its bailout next month. The precautionary

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Ireland bailout exit forecast a relief for EU

European finance ministers meet at the start of the week, for once not weighed down with urgent bailout matters following Ireland’s announcement that

European finance ministers meet at the start of the week, for once not weighed down with urgent bailout matters following Ireland’s announcement that

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Ireland, heading for bailout exit, wants credit line

The Irish government has said it will seek a 10 billion euro credit line when its EU-IMF bailout expires later this year. Finance Minister Michael

The Irish government has said it will seek a 10 billion euro credit line when its EU-IMF bailout expires later this year. Finance Minister Michael

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S&P upgrades Ireland outlook on debt reduction hopes

Standard & Poor’s has upgraded its outlook on Ireland’s credit rating. Based on the opinion that Dublin’s debt may fall faster than expected, its

Standard & Poor’s has upgraded its outlook on Ireland’s credit rating. Based on the opinion that Dublin’s debt may fall faster than expected, its

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Bank of Ireland upbeat in stabilising economy

Bank of Ireland has said signs that the Irish economy improved in the second half of 2012 have continued into this year. That upbeat assessment

Bank of Ireland has said signs that the Irish economy improved in the second half of 2012 have continued into this year. That upbeat assessment

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More austerity for Ireland

The Irish government says it is on the road to recovery, but still hit the country’s long-suffering people with a new 3.5 billion euro dose of

The Irish government says it is on the road to recovery, but still hit the country’s long-suffering people with a new 3.5 billion euro dose of

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Dublin looks to Beijing for growth opportunities

Ireland, the former Celtic Tiger has been hosting a probable future leader of the land of the dragon. China’s vice president Xi Jinping visited a

Ireland, the former Celtic Tiger has been hosting a probable future leader of the land of the dragon. China’s vice president Xi Jinping visited a