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#Inflation

From TheJournal.ie The asking price for a typical three bed semi-detached in Dublin is now at €310,000 Slowing Down

The asking price for a typical three bed semi-detached in Dublin is now at €310,000

The report looks at house prices over the year up until the end of Q2 of this of this year.

From TheJournal.ie Venezuela's unpopular leader is the favourite as voters go to the polls The Maduro Diet

Venezuela's unpopular leader is the favourite as voters go to the polls

Dramatic inflation and scarce food supplies have forced many Venezuelans to emigrate to countries including Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Why will the new iPhone cost more in Ireland than in the US? Keep The Change

Why will the new iPhone cost more in Ireland than in the US?

There was quite a reaction to the new iPhone’s price tag of $999.

From TheJournal.ie House prices in Dublin rise by €32,000 in six months Property Ladder

House prices in Dublin rise by €32,000 in six months

The Help-to-Buy scheme appears to have contributed to house price inflation, according to a new report.

From TheJournal.ie 'Time for Dublin to grow up' - Irish rents are now rising at their fastest rate EVER Huge Increase

'Time for Dublin to grow up' - Irish rents are now rising at their fastest rate EVER

Daft.ie’s Ronan Lyons says height limits on Dublin buildings need to be loosened to prevent higher rents.

From TheJournal.ie People are selling 'rice' in Nigeria that is actually just coloured plastic Fake Plastic Rice

People are selling 'rice' in Nigeria that is actually just coloured plastic

The country’s inflation is running at 18.5%, driven by higher food prices partly caused by a ban on rice imports.

From TheJournal.ie The global economy could be heading for another collapse Looking Shaky

The global economy could be heading for another collapse

Some of the key indicators do not look good.

From TheJournal.ie Inflation is so bad in Argentina people have stopped worrying about it Don't Cry For Me

Inflation is so bad in Argentina people have stopped worrying about it

Price have risen by 20% yearly for the past 8 years.

From TheJournal.ie Asking prices for Dublin houses have fallen for the first time in almost 3 years

Asking prices for Dublin houses have fallen for the first time in almost 3 years

House price inflation is expected to slow to 5% by December.

From TheJournal.ie Here's why poorer families were hardest hit by post-Celtic Tiger inflation The Recession

Here's why poorer families were hardest hit by post-Celtic Tiger inflation

Inflation for low income households was above the average rate during the recession.

From TheJournal.ie The 18 most 'miserable' countries in the world Misery Index

The 18 most 'miserable' countries in the world

There are a few surprises in here.

From The42 Manchester United overpaid for Anthony Martial by a whopping €28 million Price Tag

Manchester United overpaid for Anthony Martial by a whopping €28 million

According to the CIES Football Observatory that is.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin house prices have stopped rising because people just can't afford them Bricks-and-mortar

Dublin house prices have stopped rising because people just can't afford them

The latest property price figures are in for June.

From TheJournal.ie Water charges push up inflation rate, overall though it's good news Up And Down

Water charges push up inflation rate, overall though it's good news

In the main, prices are down by 0.6% compared to last year.

From TheJournal.ie Eircom slammed for 'excessive' and 'opportunistic' price rises Ouch

Eircom slammed for 'excessive' and 'opportunistic' price rises

Fees will be nearly €100 a year higher for some residential customers.

From TheJournal.ie We're paying more for alcohol, tobacco and dining out than this time last year Inflation

We're paying more for alcohol, tobacco and dining out than this time last year

Higher health and motor insurance premiums are driving up inflation.

From TheJournal.ie Thinking big to go small: How tiny houses can be a good first move Off The Grid

Thinking big to go small: How tiny houses can be a good first move

The ‘Tiny House Movement’ offers something to people frozen out of the property market by high deposits and rising prices.

From TheJournal.ie This morning, major European economies hit the slow lane. Here's what it means. Sluggish

This morning, major European economies hit the slow lane. Here's what it means.

Germany and France both posted negative results, with pressure now on Mario Draghi to act.

From TheJournal.ie Foreign multinationals are thriving while Irish businesses go to the wall - ISME Different Fortunes

Foreign multinationals are thriving while Irish businesses go to the wall - ISME

The small business association has lashed out against Government “complacency”.

From TheJournal.ie Austerity is driving up (some) consumer prices Price Pressure

Austerity is driving up (some) consumer prices

New figures from the CSO show rents, education costs and utility bills climbing despite slow overall price growth.

From TheJournal.ie Inflation up slightly in June Prices

Inflation up slightly in June

Biggest increases recorded in cost of education, restaurants and insurance.

From TheJournal.ie Bereaved families spend days searching for coffins due to Venezuela shortages Inflation

Bereaved families spend days searching for coffins due to Venezuela shortages

Others have had to cancel funerals.

From TheJournal.ie 'Now is not the time for wage rises' - ISME Cash Demands

'Now is not the time for wage rises' - ISME

The small business trade body said that an increase in wages could force many businesses under.

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Tuesday 5 At 5

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie ECB action could be 'too little, too late' as eurozone inflation slows to 0.5 per cent Inflation Stations

ECB action could be 'too little, too late' as eurozone inflation slows to 0.5 per cent

Disappointing inflation figures mean we’re likely to see some action this month, but will it make a difference?

From TheJournal.ie Ireland got 'stuffed' on banking debt - Martin Wolf Debt Hangover

Ireland got 'stuffed' on banking debt - Martin Wolf

The Financial Times columnist says that the eurozone is being run for “the benefit of creditors”.

From TheJournal.ie Euro growth slowdown sets alarm bells ringing Missed Target

Euro growth slowdown sets alarm bells ringing

Growth in the EU and the eurozone is underwhelming, the latest figures show.

From TheJournal.ie Mario has a bonus for tracker mortgage holders next month Super Mario

Mario has a bonus for tracker mortgage holders next month

Frankfurt looks set to deliver a long-awaited interest rate cut next month.

From TheJournal.ie Damien Kiberd: United States of Europe? Then show us the benefits Opinion

Damien Kiberd: United States of Europe? Then show us the benefits

With the EU forcing us into a ‘devaluation for slow learners’, isn’t it time we look closer at what exactly the euro has done for us?

From TheJournal.ie We should be worried about low inflation, says NTMA chief Inflation Stations

We should be worried about low inflation, says NTMA chief

Moody’s ratings agency “delayed on the way down and on the way up” on Irish debt.

From TheJournal.ie Drinking has gotten dearer in the last year, but walking or getting the bus home is cheaper Drink Up
From TheJournal.ie Central Bank: The economy is on the up, but inflation remains stubbornly low Economy

Central Bank: The economy is on the up, but inflation remains stubbornly low

Quarterly bulletin finds that drop in unemployment is ‘clearest indicator’ of improving economic fortunes.

From TheJournal.ie Damien Kiberd: If prices are deflating, why are we feeling poorer? Column

Damien Kiberd: If prices are deflating, why are we feeling poorer?

Statisticians tell us inflation is a memory but what lies beneath – massive premiums on childcare, health insurance, water tax and more – is a better measure of the pain consumers feel.

From TheJournal.ie No interest rate break for tracker holders Tracker Bar

No interest rate break for tracker holders

ECB president Mario Draghi holds interest rates firm.

From TheJournal.ie 14 music videos that stars spent millions of dollars on Price Tag

14 music videos that stars spent millions of dollars on

Remember Busta Rhymes? Yeah, he’s in here.

From TheJournal.ie How 9 countries saw inflation evolve into hyperinflation Fiat Currency

How 9 countries saw inflation evolve into hyperinflation

These crises mostly occurred after World War II, and in Latin American during the 1980s. Here’s why.

From TheJournal.ie CPI: Price of alcohol, tobacco and education up, cost of clothes down Inflation

CPI: Price of alcohol, tobacco and education up, cost of clothes down

Consumer prices were 0.2 per cent in year to September.

From TheJournal.ie There's an incredible lack of inflation in eurozone... and the world right now Inflationistas

There's an incredible lack of inflation in eurozone... and the world right now

Despite the perception that central banks are pumping money frantically, inflation rate debunks this.

From TheJournal.ie Cost of alcohol, eating out and going to school pushes inflation to 0.2 per cent Inflation

Cost of alcohol, eating out and going to school pushes inflation to 0.2 per cent

Consumer prices were 0.2 per cent higher in August compared to the same time last year.

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