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News roundup: Monday's top stories

Irish underlying deficit lower than expected; Irish Life agrees to sell stake in NAMA vehicle; retail sales down by 2.6% in first quarter; emerging companies to create 77 Irish jobs

23rd April, 2012
The top stories at midday on Monday

**Irish deficit** lower-than-expected at 9.4 per cent - Noonan.

**Sale** of Irish Life stake in NAMA vehicle agreed.

**Retail sales** fall 2.6 per cent in first quarter.

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