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Ireland may need to cool economy from 2019, central bank chief warns

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DUBLIN Ireland may need to cool parts of its economy in a couple of year, potentially by raising taxes, if ramped up public investment coincides with full employment, its central bank chief was quoted as saying on Monday.

BRIEF-WH Ireland says H1 revenue rose 24 pct to 14.9 mln stg 24 Jul 2017

* CORPORATE AND INSTITUTIONAL BROKING TRANSACTION REVENUE INCREASED BY 239% TO £2.8M IN H1

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Irish central bank appoints new deputy governor 21 Jul 2017

DUBLIN Ireland's central bank on Friday named Ed Sibley as a deputy governor, replacing Cyril Roux who left the bank in April.

Irish central bank appoints new deputy governor 21 Jul 2017

DUBLIN, July 21 Ireland's central bank on Friday named Ed Sibley as a deputy governor, replacing Cyril Roux who left the bank in April.

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Ireland must be careful not to overheat economy - finance minister 20 Jul 2017

DUBLIN There are no signs at the moment of Ireland's economy overheating but the risk could develop, particularly as the government increases capital investment, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said on Thursday.

Profit warning from Ireland's Independent News shakes shares 19 Jul 2017

DUBLIN Independent News & Media shares fell by as much as 21 percent on Wednesday after Ireland's largest newspaper group warned on its full year profit expectations.

Irish 2016 budget deficit revised up slightly to 0.7 percent of GDP 19 Jul 2017

DUBLIN Ireland's budget deficit at the end of 2016 was revised up on Wednesday to 0.7 percent of gross domestic product from an estimate of 0.6 percent, still beating the government's target of a reduction to 0.9 percent.

Irish 2016 budget deficit revised up slightly to 0.7 pct of GDP 19 Jul 2017

DUBLIN, July 19 Ireland's budget deficit at the end of 2016 was revised up on Wednesday to 0.7 percent of gross domestic product from an estimate of 0.6 percent, still beating the government's target of a reduction to 0.9 percent.

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Bracewell to step down as Ireland coach in December 19 Jul 2017

New Zealander John Bracewell will step down as head coach of Ireland at the end of his contract in December, the country's cricket board has said.

Cricket-Bracewell to step down as Ireland coach in December 19 Jul 2017

July 19 New Zealander John Bracewell will step down as head coach of Ireland at the end of his contract in December, the country's cricket board has said.

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U.S. House seen passing Russia sanctions bill limiting Trump's power

WASHINGTON The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote overwhelmingly on Tuesday for a bill that would slap new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, potentially complicating President Donald Trump's hopes of pursuing improved relations with Moscow.