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EY Economic Eye: Northern Ireland economy set to grow by 5.9% in 2021 and labour market to recover to its peak level by 2024

BELFAST, 26 APRIL 2021: EY’s latest forecasts for the island of Ireland suggest a very strong period of economic growth will follow the re-opening of the two economies. Northern Ireland GDP is projected to grow by 5.9% this year following a fall of 10.1% in 2020. The recovery is expected to continue into 2022 with growth of 4.1% projected.

26 Apr 2021

EY Economic Eye: Republic of Ireland economy set to grow by 5.0% in 2021 and labour market to recover to 2019 peak by late 2023

DUBLIN, 26 APRIL 2021: EY’s latest economic forecasts for the island of Ireland suggest a very strong period of economic growth will follow the re-opening of the two economies on the island.

26 Apr 2021

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EY Future Consumer Index: COVID-19 continues to shift buying habits

Dublin, Monday 22 March 2021: The sixth EY Future Consumer Index, a survey of 14,500 consumers across 20 countries fielded in January-February 2021, finds that people’s concerns and what they value have evolved significantly, with consumers more worried than four months ago about their health, their families and their futures. One year into the pandemic, the Index finds that consumers will still prioritise affordability (32%) and health (25%), over the planet (17%), society (14%) and experience (12%) in the future.

22 Mar 2021

EY Brexit Tracker: Dublin remains most popular EU relocation city for UK FS firms

DUBLIN, TUESDAY 2ND MARCH 2021: Dublin remains the most popular choice for UK financial services firms to relocate staff and/or operations to, with 36 firms saying they have confirmed or are considering relocation to the city.

2 Mar 2021

National Commercial Vacancy Rate Rises to 13.5% as Number of Retail and Wholesale Address Points Fall

DUBLIN, THURSDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 2021: Increase in commercial vacancy rate recorded in 19 counties.

25 Feb 2021


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