News & Statements
Minister Noonan welcomes CSO figures which show 72,000 full-time jobs added in the final quarter of 2016
Today’s (21st February) data published by the CSO in the Quarterly National Household Survey show that employment has increased at an annual rate of 65,000 in the final quarter of last year. Reacting to these positive employment figures, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan T.D. stated:
Noonan warns ‘born again’ Fianna Fáil are trying to fool people again
“Fianna Fáil in the driving seat crashed the economy in the past and they are still on the same road heading towards the same destination.
People would pay more tax under Fianna Fáil – Minister Noonan
The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD, has said that workers who are due to benefit from reductions to the Universal Social Charge on January 1st would pay more tax under Fianna Fáil.
Budget speech, Minister for Finance Mr. Michael Noonan, T.D. 13th October 2015
2016, the centenary of the Easter Rising, is an opportunity to reflect on the journey travelled over the past 100 years. To recall the many major social and economic challenges along the way. It is the opportunity to celebrate the achievements, and to remember how we overcame the challenges and emerged from each stronger than ever before.
‘Securing the Recovery’ “The Road Ahead: Ireland in 2020”
We have travelled a long and hard road together but the journey has not been in vain.
Economy on target to meet Budget forecast of 4.7% GDP Growth in 2014
Today’s figures from the CSO show that the Irish economy has grown by 0.1% in Q3 and 3.5% over the year.
End of Quarter 3 Exchequer Returns Evidence of Improving Economic Conditions
Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin today published the Exchequer Statement up to the end of Q3 2014.
Minister for Finance holds meeting with EU Commissioner Jyrki Katainen
The Minister for Finance Mr Michael Noonan T.D. today (08th September) met with the Vice President of the European Commission responsible for Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro, Mr Jyrki Katainen.
Statement by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan T.D. on Q2 2014 GDP figures
The CSO figures for Q2 2014 released today (18 September 2014) show that the Irish Economy grew by 7.7% in GDP terms and by 9% in GNP terms year on year.
Minister Noonan welcomes increase of 31,600 in the number of people employed
“Today’s figures point to a continuing recovery in the labour market with solid employment growth of 31,600 jobs compared to the same period last year and a further reduction in unemployment.