Economy - Today’s News
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Economy - Yesterday’s News
This was the week in business.
Ireland’s first commercial gold mine being planned along 50km “gold trend” from Cavan to Armagh.
Dairygold will add 115 jobs and boost production 60% after EU dairy quotas end.
Economy - Thursday 18 September, 2014
There’s more positive economic news out today.
The Tánaiste wasn’t ruling it out when asked today.
Ged Nash has been explaining what the Low Pay Commission is all about.
SME confidence keeps improving, but rising tariffs and wage bills are getting in the way of growth.
Fancy a breakdown of the best new shows and returning series? We’ve got you covered.
Rents are up across the country, especially in Dublin.
Economy - Wednesday 17 September, 2014
Limerick’s Strand Hotel going for €17 million, owners say it’s worth three times that.
An early General Election or lengthy court proceedings could scupper the work of the inquiry entirely, Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath is warning.
Economy - Tuesday 16 September, 2014
Michael Noonan happy with the recommendations, particularly the bit about the digital economy.
‘I wouldn’t dare do such a thing’: After Enda’s scolding, Leo isn’t talking about the Budget this week
The Health Minister was remaining tight-lipped about the Budget this morning.
Latest customer sentiment survey down last month after hitting a seven-year high in July.
Cycling in Dublin rose by 82% over five years.
The quarterly water charge set to hit households from January will effectively “suck” money out of the system, economist Tom McDonnell says.
Economy - Monday 15 September, 2014
Neither topped the spending charts though.
The average Irish worker is still earning less than they did in 2007.
Consumers love cheap deals and loyalty cards, survey says.
Economy - Saturday 13 September, 2014
The Minister for Finance is having a pretty good Saturday.
Economy - Friday 12 September, 2014
The Finance Minister has been in Milan urging EU colleagues to support his push for early repayment of IMF loans.
Big jump in local production as European industry finally starts getting into gear.
Economy - Thursday 11 September, 2014
The Finance Minister said that overspending by government poses the biggest threat to recovery.
South Korea wants to bring in an 80 per cent hike, and James Reilly has said a pack of 20 should cost €20. What do you think?
Savills say that the mortgage guarantee scheme could do just that.
Economy - Wednesday 10 September, 2014
He’ll face a grilling from ‘Ming’ and Sinn Féin before the role is secure, but the Kilkenny politician’s widely expected to be confirmed as planned next month…
The nominal value of outstanding Government bonds now stands at €112,240 million.
The company is currently undergoing a global restructuring, in which 1,800 jobs are at risk.
New figures show that the volume of residential has decreased for a second quarter.
An increase in the number of full-time jobs has resulted in a boost for retail sales.
Could the United Kingdom really cease to be and what would this mean for Ireland?
Expectations of workers and employers vary and firms need to gauge what to offer candidates in high demand areas like tech and engineering.
Economy - Tuesday 9 September, 2014
The Finance Minister was speaking after he met with Mario Draghi and other leaders of EU institutions.
Only Spain and Italy record worse outlooks for extra jobs before the New Year.
The 13 new appointees to the board will all serve in a voluntary, unpaid capacity.
People are more likely to switch car insurance or electricity providers but could a bank account switch save you some money?
Economy - Monday 8 September, 2014
Irish families now owe a combined €94.5 billion… and falling.
The estate agents behind the development say the remaining homes are expected to sell in the next week.
How many people use gas heating in Clontarf? How many toddler householdS are there in Dundrum?
There was also a significant increase last month in the number of new goods vehicles.