Tuesday January 21, 2020

News roundup: Wednesday's top stories

The main Irish and international business stories today including a fall in the Exchequer deficit, €100k-plus bankers, Howlin's extra spending and the most trusted businesses in Ireland.

2nd May, 2012
The Department of Finance released a largely positive set of Exchequer returns this afternoon.

The main Irish and international business stories today:

**Taxation was ahead of expectations** and the Exchequer deficit fell to €7.1 billion in the first four months of the year, according to a statement from the Department of Finance.

**The key points** of the Exchequer returns are here.

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