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February’s issue includes data on the capital’s economy incorporating the launch issue of the Dublin Mastercard Spending Pulse.

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

HIGHLIGHTS

DUBLIN'S UNEMPLOYMENT

rate continued to decline in Q3 2017 to reach 6.1% (sa).

RESIDENTIAL RENTS IN DUBLIN

gathered pace in Q3 2017 to exceed an average of €1,500 per month for the first time.

DUBLIN HOTEL OCCUPANCY

in December 2017 increased to 83.5% one of the highest occupancy rates among key European cities.

KBC/ESRI Consumer Sentiment

Consumer sentiment in Dublin fell back in Q4 2017 as a minor reversal in attitudes towards personal financial situations and lower confidence with respect to making major household purchases were recorded.

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY PRICES

recorded YoY growth of more than 10% for a fifth consecutive month in October 2017.

DUBLIN PMI DATA

increased at a robust and accelerated pace in Q4 2017, completing another strong year for the private sector.

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