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Economy - Wednesday 13 May, 2015
Or for its economy at any rate. The union has outstripped growth in both the US and the UK for the start of 2015
We need to attract experienced members of our diaspora back home to drive economic growth. Refusing them the right to vote pushes them further away.
Economy - Tuesday 12 May, 2015
That’s according to health minister Leo Varadkar.
Thousands of rural jobs could be created if the local sector recreates the success of the Scotch industry.
“A repeat of the last financial crisis is feasible,” claims a new report into the banking meltdown.
Certain card-holders are entitled to redress after paying for insurance they don’t need.
The Ulster Bank’s new figures have shown growth in the construction industry continued in April.
The vessel will be bringing 2,700 passengers and 950 cast and crew.
Economy - Monday 11 May, 2015
Rents have been going up – but so have sale prices.
Some of them are 24-hours and some are just at night time.
The 333 metre vessel is the longest ever to arrive at Dublin Port – and had to reverse in this morning.
The supply of available homes has hit rock bottom – and that means only one thing for prices.
Economy - Sunday 10 May, 2015
Minister of State Gerald Nash said the government discussed the proposals this week.
Economy - Saturday 9 May, 2015
Plus: How much has the hacking scandal cost News Corp?
Everyone was talking about allergic non-workers, Ireland’s most-hated company and a Greek tragedy.
Economy - Friday 8 May, 2015
The UK currency jumped as it became clear the Conservatives were on the march to victory. Not such good news for Irish consumers though.
Ireland’s low pay standard finishes quite high up the OECD rankings.
Economy - Thursday 7 May, 2015
AIB aside, Ireland’s main banks have refused to drop their rates despite record numbers of mortgages being in trouble.
Brendan Howlin, for one, doesn’t agree.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
Especially in their final years. It seems future success and drive can be directly related to an active and competitive school lifestyle.
Economy - Wednesday 6 May, 2015
Workers and government suppliers have reported major delays in getting their money.
Richie Boucher said bankers’ pre-crash salaries were “relatively generous”.
Sams Bar, a hotel, a spa and a restaurant are all on sale together.
Non-nationals and certain ethnicities are reporting worrying (and varying) levels of employer bias, and apparently the recession has nothing to do with it.
Well, not as much trouble as it was in anyway. Things are looking up for the Sunday Business Post.
Economy - Tuesday 5 May, 2015
Industrial action is causing headaches for the German public.
The campaigner is not impressed by the government’s housing plans.
The commodity’s price has been bouncing all over the place.
The country’s central bank cut interest rates to a record low today.
Economy - Sunday 3 May, 2015
There’s a good reason why a lot of people still aren’t feeling it.
Everyone was talking about Jean-Claude Trichet and his bling, controversial ads and the governor standing down.
Economy - Saturday 2 May, 2015
Not everyone conceives easily. In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is huge business worldwide, but what kind of future has it in Ireland?
Is it security? People? Privacy?
If you want a functioning State, you’ve got to pay for it – USC might be a horrible tax but we still need it.
Economy - Friday 1 May, 2015
Martin Shanahan’s call for a Yes vote in the same-sex marriage referendum has not gone down well with the No side.
Most public servants took a pay cut in the recession – but the Central Bank’s governor went further still.
Analysis: The former ECB head was robust and defiant and views the crisis somewhat differently.