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Could people buying shares for first time make a killing in shell-shocked COVID-19 stock market?

I’ve been a financial broker for many years and while I’ve always centred my proposition to clients as 'lifestyle financial planning', I have always...

Thousands of jobs going as Debenhams closing Irish business

Debenhams has announced that it is permanently closing its stores in Ireland, and that the business here is going into liquidation. In a statement released...

Local Enterprise Office hosting free webinar for struggling food businesses

This is a challenging time for food businesses of all stripes in Ireland, who are dealing with a complete shift in the way people...

New Irish website to buy local products online launches today

A new online market will be launched today which will allow people to buy local products online, while staying at home during the coronavirus...

Canney calls for insurers to work “fairly and honestly” with businesses in crisis

Insurers must deal "fairly and honestly" with businesses and business owners who have been affected by the ongoing Covid-19 crisis a Galway TD has...

County Council confirms commercial rates deferred to end of June

Galway County Council has confirmed that it is deferring the payment of commercial rates from businesses badly hit by Covid-19 until the end of...

Galway homeowners paying €3,236 a year more on their mortgage than necessary

People in Galway are paying an average of €3,236 more on their mortgage each year than they have to by not switching lenders. The latest...

Coronavirus: What financial supports are available to you?

There have been many financial burdens to hit both individuals and businesses because of the coronavirus pandemic that has shut down large sectors of...

Coronavirus: EU approves Ireland’s €200m business support scheme

The EU Commission has given its approval to the Irish government's €200 million scheme to financially support businesses badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The...

94% of businesses see revenue declining over next three months

Ninety-four percent of businesses expect to see their revenue declining over the next three months, according to a new survey.

Galway start-up to pitch live to thousands tomorrow in online event

Galway-based start up EV Energy has been selected to compete and pitch live to thousands of people at a major international...

Local Enterprise Office offering help to businesses hurt by coronavirus

Businesses in Galway and elsewhere are struggling with unprecedented difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Even if...
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