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Brexit may make Irish debt more expensive in 2019: NTMA
Fears around the impact of Brexit may make it more expensive for Ireland to borrow in 2019, according to the National Treasury Management Agency.
RTÉ News - Business
Commission moves towards disciplining Italy on budget
The European Commission has today taken the first step towards disciplining Italy over its draft 2019 budget.
RTÉ News - Business
IKEA: Global job cuts to have minimal impact in Ireland
IKEA Group, the owner of most IKEA furniture stores worldwide, plans to cut 7,500 jobs over the next couple of years, mainly administrative staff in central support functions.
RTÉ News - Business
Grant Thornton in spotlight over Patisserie Valerie
UK accounting watchdog opens investigation into audits of café chain
The Irish Times - Business
ICTU backs draft Brexit withdrawal agreement
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions, which represents 800,000 workers on both sides of the border, has given its backing to the draft deal for the UK leaving the EU.
RTÉ News - Business
Dublin-based Irish Fairy Door Company signs 'game-changer' global animation deal
Dublin based firm, the Irish Fairy Door Company has signed a ‘game-changer’ global animation deal that will bring characters from fairy stories to our screens next year. - Business RSS Feed
Irish GDP growth to ease but remain 'robust' - OECD
Ireland's economy will continue to enjoy robust growth over the next two years, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
RTÉ News - Business
Bet365 chief was paid £220m last year
Denise Coates is the UK’s best paid executive
The Irish Times - Business
Almost half of vets would consider selling their practice - survey
Record numbers of Irish vets are considering selling their practice according to new research conducted by independent accounting firm HLB Sheehan Quinn. - Business RSS Feed
AIB shares rally on news of €1bn par value loan sale
Project Beech will contain buy-to-let and business loans
The Irish Times - Business
Commission ready to discipline Italy over budget
Populist Italian government wants to allow deficit to rise beyond approved levels
The Irish Times - Business
Ryanair says not seeing any Brexit impact
Ryanair is not seeing any impact from Brexit on demand for flights, and is prepared for a no-deal, chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs said.
RTÉ News - Business
NTMA highlights Brexit risks to Irish bonds
Agency says recent move in credit spreads is ‘noteworthy’
The Irish Times - Business
OECD warns of another ‘boom-and-bust cycle’ in Irish economy
Agency says pick-up in housing activity has potential to trigger another credit boom
The Irish Times - Business
490 jobs to go at Bombardier in Northern Ireland
Almost 500 jobs are to be lost at aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland.
RTÉ News - Business
Clanwilliam expands into medical education with acquisition
Healthcare group recently completed debt placement of up to €300m
The Irish Times - Business
Oil above $63 after slide, but glut worries persist
Oil bounced above $63 a barrel today to claw back some of the previous day's 6% plunge, lifted by a report of an unexpected decline in US crude inventories.
RTÉ News - Business
Deere outlook for 2019 disappoints amid trade war
Deere & Co gave an underwhelming earnings forecast for fiscal 2019 after missing its quarterly profit estimates.
RTÉ News - Business
More immigrant workers needed to build houses - ESRI
The Economic and Social Research Institute says the low level of unemployment in Ireland means solving the housing shortage will require large numbers of immigrant building workers.
RTÉ News - Business
UK still negotiating on future relationship with EU
A political declaration on Britain's future relationship with the European Union is still being negotiated, British Prime Minister Theresa May said.
RTÉ News - Business
AIB to sell portfolio of bad loans worth €1bn at face value
AIB is planning to sell a portfolio of bad loans worth €1bn at face value, according to Bloomberg. - Business RSS Feed
5G could complement 'rural broadband' - Vodafone chief
The chief executive of Vodafone in Ireland has said that 5G mobile technology could be used as a complementary rather than a replacement solution for bringing high speed broadband to rural Ireland.
RTÉ News - Business
Spending on debit and credit cards reaches record high
Irish consumers spent some €18.1bn on their cards in year to September with online spending up by 11%
The Irish Times - Business
Farmland's soil moisture levels and field size to determine future ANC status
Details of the 2019 Areas of Natural Constraint (previously Disadvantaged Areas) have been announced by the Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed. - Business RSS Feed
Laudamotion leasing two planes from SMBC
Ryanair intends to double the company’s fleet to 19
The Irish Times - Business
Aid:Tech wins Innovation of the Year Award 2018
Dublin software company Aid:Tech has won the overall Innovation of the Year Award 2018, the ninth year of the awards.
RTÉ News - Business
Budget wins blessing of European Commission
Italy warned of risks of ‘particularly serious non-compliance’
The Irish Times - Business
High Court awards €571k against British lord who owned one of Ireland's finest Georgian mansions
The High Court has granted summary judgment for some €571,000 against a British life peer who once owned and later rented one of Ireland's finest Georgian mansions. - Business RSS Feed
Farmers warned to be vigilant of liver fluke even after dry summer
Farmers around the country are being warned to be vigilant of liver fluke even after the dry summer. - Business RSS Feed
Stay as close to EU as possible post-Brexit, OECD urges Britain
No deal scenario would mean sharp economic downturn in UK, annual economic outlook warns
The Irish Times - Business