Economy - Today’s News
Economy - Thursday 19 February, 2015
Facilities in Dublin, Limerick, Galway, Cork and Waterford will be affected.
The 2014 figures are in… and they don’t make happy reading for publishers.
In the main, prices are down by 0.6% compared to last year.
The Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland launched the €400 million fund this morning.
The move would buy the cash-strapped nation time to unveil new anti-austerity reforms, a government source told AFP.
Complicated tech ones for the most part…
Savills say the new mortgage rules will mean even more investors.
Economy - Wednesday 18 February, 2015
Former IMF and Irish financial official Dónal Donovan gives his 2c at the banking inquiry.
Last month staff were on the picket lines.
The Shandon Hotel in Donegal went for just over €800k.
With 1,500 jobs on the way Richard Bruton has hailed Ireland’s entrepreneurs as ‘heroes’.
Economy - Tuesday 17 February, 2015
John Herlihy joined the company in 2005.
But less expensive than 2009.
The consumer spending habits are under the microscope.
The government wants to know if landholders are just sitting on unused property until the value goes up.
One economist explains why people are being squeezed out of the city.
Economy - Monday 16 February, 2015
Talks on the country’s bailout programme are, again, going no where.
Banks across the world were allegedly hacked over a two-year period.
The Crann an Oir sculpture was unveiled in 1991 by Charles Haughey.
MABS has been busy.
The Minister is “fine” after undergoing treatment for an eye condition over the weekend.
Meanwhile, Michael Noonan says an extension of Greece’s bailout would be the subject of a Dáil vote.
Economist Ronan Lyons tells us why the government needs to cut the cost of building new homes.
Here’s why the price of the commodity is heading up again…
An IFA testing programme found that customers are being misled in 29% of cases.
Daft.ie’s latest report has the figures you need.
People are now not driven to commuter belts by a preference for green space – but by the hard maths of affordability.
Economy - Sunday 15 February, 2015
Everyone’s a critic.
Everyone was talking about Willie Walsh’s sales pitch, D-Day for Greece and Swissleaks.
He is obliged to shut his shop for at least one day a week – but he’s not happy about it.
Economy - Saturday 14 February, 2015
Aer Lingus said yesterday that the takeover would benefit the company, its employees, its customers, the tourism sector and the airports at which it operates.
Political interference has kept Aer Lingus one of the smallest airlines in Europe whilst its home-grown competition passed it by ten times over.
Economy - Friday 13 February, 2015
The conditions of employment at the airline are ‘observed to be an area of concern’ according to a new pilots’ survey.
And it’s putting them on a collision course with Brussels.
Councils in five areas still expect to lose most of their treated water to leaks by the end of the year.
It’s a huge shift in policy.
Economy - Thursday 12 February, 2015
EUROZONE FINANCE MINISTERS have been unable to reach an agreement on a deal that would ease Greece’s pressures with its €240 billion debt.
*For five years, anyway.
Modern technology offers would-be potters and artisans a golden opportunity to carve a niche for themselves.
Here’s everything we know about the possible sale so far…