Economy - Today’s News
Are you a lifelong renter or do you want the property ladder?
Irish house prices are increasing at a rate 30 times the eurozone average. If you think this seems like a bubble, it’s because it certainly looks like one.
Are they as radical as is claimed?
Economy - Yesterday’s News
Paul Murphy says a Syriza win could provoke a ‘further radicalisation in Ireland’.
The government is considering a special Oireachtas committee to cost pre-budget submissions.
This was the week in business.
Economy - Friday 23 January, 2015
How low can it go?
The European Commission is concerned about the Government’s revised water charges package.
CRH is in talks to buy up to €6 billion worth of assets from two rival firms.
We bought a lot of jewellery.
Economy - Thursday 22 January, 2015
Who’ll blink first in the junior cycle row? Not the teachers, by the sounds of it… TheJournal.ie stopped by one city centre picket this morning to take the temperature.
The central bank has finally announced its long-awaited money-creation programme.
Something big happened today…
The company had been manufacturing audio systems in Monaghan since 1978, but will wind down and cease operations in April.
Saints, scholars and super powers?
Ireland has learnt a ‘difficult lesson’ from the financial crisis.
And you can thank Enda Kenny if he does.
Good news, for a change. But just for Bord Gáis Energy customers (Electric Ireland customers have been getting their discount for a while now).
The low-cost airline is looking to provide connections for long-haul carriers, but won’t be flying long distance itself anytime soon…
Tough luck if you weren’t one of the tycoons or celebrities invited.
A further 5,000 people are expected to leave for New Zealand this year.
Members of the ASTI and the TUI are striking today, after the latest round of talks with the Department collapsed last week.
What is QE all about… and where does Katie Price fit into everything?
And making it easier to blow the whistle.
Economy - Wednesday 21 January, 2015
Jeff Green made his fortunes betting against sub-prime mortgages.
Last night Aodhán Ó Ríordáin said he was confident this provision would be included in the Family Leave Bill.
The period between September 2013 and 2014 saw prices rise by 15%.
It’s a bit like school camp, but for billionaires.
PCP finance that’s really something.
Chief executives worldwide are concerned about bureaucratic influence on their businesses…
David Duffy confirmed he was leaving on Monday.
The ECB man told the banking inquiry it is hard to overstate the part our ‘cultural attitude’ played in the crisis.
Ann Phelan is travelling to Brussels today to meet with Phil Hogan.
There are fewer people currently at risk of poverty, however, and Joan Burton is pretty happy about that.
With these buzzwords you are really boring us…
The NBRU said it will move to ballot train drivers for industrial action.
Almost 4,000 nurses resigned between 2010 and 2013.
But the Central Bank could relax its rules for first-time buyers.
The issue’s back in the news today. But how much do you know about your health insurance policy?
Economy - Tuesday 20 January, 2015
2015 is going to be a significant year in the European Union, as citizens in eight member states will be able to vote – beginning with Greece this Sunday.
New pubs network will see nearly 7,000 establishments worldwide working together.
The IMF has cut its economic predictions for the next two years.