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October’s issue includes stats on Dublin’s rising economic activity and a special report benchmarking Dublin’s competitiveness.

July’s issue includes data on the economic scene in Dublin, as well as a special report on tourism in the capital and Dundrum Town Centre

April’s issue features Ronan Lyons speaking about housing issues, Cormac McCarthy on infrastructure and the latest economic statistics

HIGHLIGHTS

DUBLIN'S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

dipped to a 9-year low of 6.1% in Q2 2017.

RESIDENTIAL RENTS IN DUBLIN

returned to strong levels of growth in Q2 2017 as average rents reached new peaks.

PASSENGER ARRIVALS

at Dublin Airport maintained upward momentum in Q2 2017 on the back of greater connectivity to other international destinations.

KBC/ESRI Consumer Sentiment

Consumer sentiment in Dublin climbed in Q3 2017, driven by positivity around the economy and rising expectations regarding employment prospects and the future economic situation.

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY PRICES

rose to a 9-year high with YoY growth rates exceeding 11% in both June and July.

THE DUBLIN MARKIT PMI

Dublin PMI data showed sustained expansions in business activity in Q3 2017, led mainly by the construction sector.

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