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Irish Life and Permanent said full year's earnings will meet analysts' expectations.

18th December, 2004

Irish Life and Permanent said full year's earnings will meet analysts' expectations. In a pre-results trading statement, the bank and insurance company said sales of pensions, savings and investments will probably rise 15 per cent, due to the buoyant Irish economy. It predicted banking loans will grow 20 per cent.

Waterford Wedgwood has launched a bid for Royal Doulton that values the British maker of porcelain figurines at stg£39.9 million (€58.2 million). Royal Doulton shut its last...

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