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HIGHLIGHTS

DUBLIN’S WORKFORCE

reached 706,000 with an additional 5,800 people added to the workforce in the first quarter of the year.

DUBLIN’S PROPERTY PRICES

recorded a slight rebound in May 2019, up 0.8% after five consecutive months of MoM declines.

DUBLIN AIRPORT

passenger numbers reached 8.2 million in Q1 2019, an annual increase of 10.4% YoY.

THE MASTERCARD DUBLIN SPENDINGPULSE

continues to show strong growth in overseas retail spending, up 8.7% from Q2 2018. However, UK and German spending experienced a significant decline.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT TRIPS

reached a record 58.4 million in Dublin in Q1 2019. The LUAS is the greatest contributor to passenger growth, accounting for 19.9% of total passenger numbers.

The Dublin MARKIT PMI

continues to show signs of a solid increase in output in Q2 2019 the overall trend shows the rate of expansion is slowing down for a 2nd consecutive quater.

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