Wednesday February 26, 2020

News roundup: top stories on Tuesday

* Government remains confident on deficit target * Ireland takes step back into capital markets * Ulster Bank complaints hit 3,000 * Barclays chief executive resigns

3rd July, 2012
The Department of Finance released positive exchequer returns on the same day the NTMA announced its intention to return to the debt markets.

The top business stories on Tuesday are:

**The government remains confident** of meeting its 8.6 per cent deficit target after exchequer returns showed tax revenues were 3.1 per cent ahead of target at the mid point in the year.

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