Economy - Today’s News
Well, in Leinster, at least…
We owe our cousins in the UK a big thank you…
The CER has announced an increase in the Public Service Obligation levy.
Economy - Yesterday’s News
The West Offaly Power Station and Lough Ree Power Station will be retained by the ESB.
It was unanimously held that Russian authorities forced Yukos into bankruptcy.
Version 1 is to be backed by a government investment fund.
Economy - Sunday 27 July, 2014
Fáilte Ireland said four major conferences have been secured over the next 12 months which will mean some serious revenue for the capital.
Economy - Saturday 26 July, 2014
Analysis: Dr Joachim Pfeiffer’s visit to Dublin this week was not a pleasant one for Enda Kenny.
In the normal course of things, Nama would be wound down and consigned to the history books…
Economy - Friday 25 July, 2014
Russia was likely to see its economy brought to the brink of recession but the IMF has now slashed the country’s growth forecast.
Bad news from Germany…
Preliminary results have shown that white fish is being mislabelled as different species.
The Central Bank has asked all firms to review their guidelines by the start of next year.
Economy - Thursday 24 July, 2014
Net profits for the first half of 2014 show a increase of 88% on the same period last year.
House prices in the capital are up 24.4 per cent, compared to a year ago,
One in 40 people in the capital is a millionaire apparently.
Office development in The Docklands could force out a blossoming cultural scene that took hold during the downturn.
There’s something for everyone out West this summer.
And it would probably be something a little bit more sophisticated than the piggy bank pictured.
Economy - Wednesday 23 July, 2014
Economic figures warned Michael Noonan that the hard slog is not over at the MacGill Summer School tonight.
One in four home repossessions since 2012 relates to sub-prime properties, new figures show
Economy - Tuesday 22 July, 2014
Despite large sums in the bank, many depositors aren’t earning a lot through interest.
Retail Excellence Ireland says that hot beverage sales are an indicator of a stronger employment market.
The jobs are IDA backed and come in the IT and telecoms sector.
Economy - Monday 21 July, 2014
The Government is pushing legislation to put the new owners of Irish loan books on a shorter leash.
Economy - Sunday 20 July, 2014
Fianna Fáil’s Charlie McConalogue has hit out at unfair treatment for regional counties.
This week the Insolvency Service was branded “pathetic” – the director admits performance is disappointing, but can it be turned around?
Economy - Saturday 19 July, 2014
Economy - Friday 18 July, 2014
The compliance rates for local property tax payments this year is 94%.
The vast majority of the bankruptcies have been in the UK.
This was the week in business.
Economy - Thursday 17 July, 2014
The Irish property feeding frenzy is still the most active in Europe, but Spain is heating up.
We’re at risk of losing many of the gains made in recent years, the competitiveness watchdog has said.
Nama has taken on a host of new objectives – it looks like a sensible move now, but will it work out?
Economy - Wednesday 16 July, 2014
Almost half of interest-only mortgages will switch to higher payments over the coming months, prompting concerns about mass arrears
Developers who had lands transferred to the State’s bad bank could end up developing sites in the Docklands.
Economy - Tuesday 15 July, 2014
The ISI has defended the low level of debt deals, but is under attack over the pace of its work.
Economy - Monday 14 July, 2014
New research says that just 55% of parents are.