# cso - Today’s News
After you read this article, of course.
# cso - Thursday 28 August, 2014
Car sales are a massive 32.1% higher than last year.
# cso - Wednesday 27 August, 2014
Latest data from the CSO shows that prices around the country are significantly higher than last year.
# cso - Tuesday 26 August, 2014
Overall emigration by Irish citizens is down 20% from last year.
But the rate of jobs growth appears to be slowing…
# cso - Monday 25 August, 2014
The average public sector wage is just short of €920 per week – but experts say that could be skewed.
# cso - Thursday 21 August, 2014
That’s more than double the number for the same period last year.
# cso - Thursday 14 August, 2014
Almost one and a half million of our British cousins have made the trip across the Irish Sea already this year.
# cso - Friday 8 August, 2014
Over 76,300 new private cars were licensed in the first seven months of this year.
# cso - Thursday 7 August, 2014
Latest CSO figures show rise in passenger levels passing through Irish airports last year.
New figures from the CSO show rents, education costs and utility bills climbing despite slow overall price growth.
# cso - Sunday 3 August, 2014
Calm down, alright? We should be okay.
# cso - Wednesday 30 July, 2014
The unemployment rate now stands at 11.5%.
Who was hit harder by the recession?
# cso - Tuesday 29 July, 2014
That’s down from 7.9% this time last year.
The higher up the grade scale you go, the more men dominate.
Irish women are also the most fertile in Europe, a new report notes, while men are more likely to be imprisoned.
We owe our cousins in the UK a big thank you…
# cso - Monday 14 July, 2014
Pharmaceuticals remain the backbone of the country’s exports.
# cso - Monday 7 July, 2014
…but don’t get too excited – that’s still only 124 out of 62,280.
# cso - Friday 4 July, 2014
The Briefcase: good news on the economy, a boom-time property market and the most hated family in Ireland
This was the week in business.
# cso - Thursday 3 July, 2014
Illegal economic activity worth €1.25 billion also contributed to a revision of the GDP figures for last year.
# cso - Wednesday 2 July, 2014
Overall, the number of people on the Live Register decreased by 4,400 in June.
# cso - Wednesday 25 June, 2014
CSO says this index should not be considered indicative of more general price trends in the economy.
Latest CSO figures show residential property prices rose 22% in Dublin since May 2013.
# cso - Friday 20 June, 2014
The latest CSO figures show a drop of 30.5% in the first three months of the year.
# cso - Wednesday 18 June, 2014
Nursing home representatives believe more resources are needed to prevent future shortages.
Despite this, Irish people still started up more companies in 2012 than in 2008.
# cso - Friday 13 June, 2014
The small business trade body said that an increase in wages could force many businesses under.
# cso - Wednesday 11 June, 2014
The sector is 7.7% bigger than this time last year, with most gains in commercial property.
# cso - Monday 9 June, 2014
There was an increase of over 27% in the number of new vehicles licensed up until May this year compared to 2013.
# cso - Friday 30 May, 2014
Teen pregnancies are down too, according to the CSO.
# cso - Wednesday 28 May, 2014
Retail Ireland said that the retail sector is showing signs of recovery.
Prices in Dublin lead the way, being up 17.7% on last year.
# cso - Monday 26 May, 2014
Nine of the 14 sectors of the economy measured saw an increase in employment over the course of the last year.
# cso - Thursday 22 May, 2014
That number is up on the same time last year.
# cso - Friday 9 May, 2014
All change at the top of the new car sales tables…
# cso - Thursday 1 May, 2014
Details of deaths, births and marriages recorded in Ireland from 150 years ago are now available to view online…
# cso - Wednesday 30 April, 2014
Prices are still 47 per cent lower than they were in the peak of 2007.
# cso - Monday 28 April, 2014
Sure where else would you be going?
# cso - Thursday 24 April, 2014
However, the price paid for dairy products rose by 12.6 per cent.