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

January’s issue includes details on Dublin’s economy, the IHS Markit, and a report on the 2017-2019 enterprise strategy

October’s issue has the latest Dublin economic data, a report on the Dublin labour market and a special report on Dublin’s agri cluster

HIGHLIGHTS

DUBLIN'S UNEMPLOYMENT RATE

dipped for a second consecutive quarter in Q4 2016, falling below 7% for the first time in over 8 years.

RESIDENTIAL RENTS IN DUBLIN

rose markedly in Q4 2016, widening the gap between the Capital and the rest of the country.

PASSENGER ARRIVALS

at Dublin Airport reached a new peak of over 1.2 million in December 2016.

KBC/ESRI Consumer Sentiment

in Dublin strengthened in Q1 2017 as expectations of future finances and employment improved.

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY PRICES

continued to increase at rates in excess of 5% YoY between November 2016 and January 2017.

THE DUBLIN MARKIT PMI

data signalled continued strong growth in business activity in Q1 2017, largely driven by the services and construction sectors.

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