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Irish bond yields slump and Irish bank shares fall as Rehn fuels talk of ECB action in September

Markets Irish Examiner Business

Sky-high expectations the ECB will sanction a large stimulus next month to help Germany and other parts of the eurozone to avoid recession sent the market costs of Irish government borrowing to a new low, as Irish bank shares were hit again.
'Sky-high expectations the ECB will sanction a large stimulus next month to help Germany and other parts of the eurozone to avoid recession sent the market costs of Irish government borrowing to a new low, as Irish bank shares were hit again.'

Irish households expected to spend €6.5 bn on holidays this year - report

Travel and Experiences Irish Examiner Business

Irish households are expected to spend €6.5 billion on holiday trips this year. The figure is up on the €6 billion spent on holidays last year, a figure last seen in 2007.
'Irish households are expected to spend €6.5 billion on holiday trips this year. The figure is up on the €6 billion spent on holidays last year, a figure last seen in 2007.'

Dealz firm in €9bn finance

Business Irish Examiner Business

'> Scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff said it had refinanced some €9bn of debt in its overseas operations which include Dealz in the Republic, Poundland in the North and Britain, and France’s Conforama, after pushing the deadline date back repeatedly.
'Scandal-hit retailer Steinhoff said it had refinanced some €9bn of debt in its overseas operations which include Dealz in the Republic, Poundland in the North and Britain, and France’s Conforama, after pushing the deadline date back repeatedly.'

Analysis: Trump’s 2020 bid may stumble on rust belt manufacturing recession

Business Irish Examiner Business

'> US president Donald Trump has been boasting about creating manufacturing jobs in states key to his re-election, but an emerging recession in the sector threatens to reverse that trend and imperil his message.
'US president Donald Trump has been boasting about creating manufacturing jobs in states key to his re-election, but an emerging recession in the sector threatens to reverse that trend and imperil his message.'