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  • ESB International win...

    Tue 02 Sep 12:03 PM

    Irish engineering consultancy, ESB International, today announced that it has won a E750,000, 18-month contract with Tan Read More

  • Irish 2-year bonds fall...

    Tue 02 Sep 11:52 AM

    Irish two-year sovereign bond yields fell to close to zero today as confidence in Ireland's rebound gathered pace and ah Read More

  • Mortgages arrears down...

    Tue 02 Sep 11:39 AM

    The number of homeowners in mortgage arrears of over 90 days has fallen again while, worryingly, arrears in the buy-to-l Read More

  • Aer Lingus Regional add...

    Tue 02 Sep 11:33 AM

    Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, today announced the addition of a new route to its network today, with fli Read More

  • 3 to lay off 160 staff...

    Tue 02 Sep 11:16 AM

    Three Ireland today confirmed details of the restructuring of its business following its recent acquisition and integrat Read More

  • 900 Kiwi, Oz and Canada...

    Tue 02 Sep 11:10 AM

    New Zealand, Australian and Canadian employers are looking for 900 Irish builders, engineers, tradespeople, healthcare, Read More

  • English clubs lead...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:55 AM

    Player transfer spending by Premier League clubs in the summer 2014 transfer window reached a new record, according to a Read More

  • Row over pace of hotel...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:47 AM today said that its latest figures show a 10pc rise in the cost of hotel rooms in Ireland. Read More

  • Cost of construction on...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:37 AM

    The cost of construction in Ireland has risen by 4.4pc in the past year, according to the latest Construction Tender Pri Read More

  • 30pc of small firms plan...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:31 AM

    Thirty percent of Irish small firms plan to recruit new staff in the coming months as the economic recovery begins to ga Read More

  • Cpl Resources post 12pc...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:25 AM

    Recruitment group, Cpl Resources, this morning posted a 12pc rise in revenues for its full year to the end of June last Read More

  • Total Produce reaffirm...

    Tue 02 Sep 10:13 AM

    Irish fresh foods group, Total Produce, today posted a 5.7pc rise in unadjusted pre-tax profits in its half year to the Read More

  • Risk appetite flickers...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:50 AM

    Risk appetite flickered back into life in financial markets on Tuesday with the dollar and European and Japanese shares Read More

  • Britain's FTSE...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:44 AM

    Britain's top share index crept up on Tuesday, in cautious trade ahead of a European Central Bank policy decision this w Read More

  • UK construction growth...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:39 AM

    Construction output in Britain grew at its fastest pace in seven months in August, boosting job creation but also puttin Read More

  • Market-style reforms in...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:32 AM

    Cuba's experiment with free-market reforms has unintentionally widened the communist-led island's racial divide and allo Read More

  • Dollar jumps against yen

    Tue 02 Sep 09:23 AM

    The dollar hit its highest since January against the yen on Tuesday while a struggling euro sank to a one-year low again Read More

  • Redrow's full-year...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:18 AM

    British housebuilder Redrow Plc's full-year profit soared 91 percent, spurred by the UK government's 'Help-to-Buy' housi Read More

  • China antitrust probes...

    Tue 02 Sep 09:14 AM

    Foreign companies are increasingly concerned they are being targeted by Chinese regulators, a U.S. business lobby said o Read More

  • Asian stocks fall

    Tue 02 Sep 08:56 AM

    Asian shares slipped on Tuesday as a U.S. holiday robbed markets of momentum, while the euro hit a fresh one-year low on Read More

  • Pricing is key for new...

    Tue 02 Sep 08:45 AM

    Doctors looking at highly encouraging clinical trial results for new heart drugs at the world's largest cardiology meeti Read More

  • Nikkei ends at 7-month...

    Tue 02 Sep 08:35 AM

    Japan's Nikkei share average ended at a seven-month high on Tuesday in active trade as the yen slipped to a seven-month Read More

  • Insider traders face...

    Tue 02 Sep 08:29 AM

    U.S. judges are imposing increasingly long prison terms for insider trading, a Reuters analysis shows. The rise is at le Read More

  • European shares edge up

    Tue 02 Sep 08:20 AM

    European shares rose in early trade on Tuesday, bouncing within a recent tight range as investors await the European Cen Read More

  • ITV boosted by bid...

    Tue 02 Sep 08:16 AM

    Britain's top equity index inched up on Monday, led by gains in broadcaster ITV on talk of a takeover from Virgin Media Read More

  • Gold falls to near 1-...

    Tue 02 Sep 08:06 AM

    Gold fell to its lowest level in nearly a week on Tuesday as a stronger dollar outweighed any safe-haven demand from low Read More

  • Banks will get some test...

    Mon 01 Sep 05:43 PM

    Banks will get preliminary information on how they have fared in the European Central Bank's landmark assessment of the Read More

  • Russian Rouble slumps on...

    Mon 01 Sep 05:26 PM

    Russian assets fell today, with the rouble hitting a fresh record low against the dollar after Europe and the United Sta Read More

  • FTSE fall led by HSBC...

    Mon 01 Sep 05:14 PM

    Britain's top equity index edged lower today, led by losses at HSBC and Tesco after key shareholders sold stakes in the Read More

  • Euro shares higher...

    Mon 01 Sep 04:55 PM

    European shares traded near a recent one-month peak today, with merger and acquisition speculation about British broadca Read More

  • Irish pension funds do...

    Mon 01 Sep 04:33 PM

    Irish pension funds performed strongly in August, the latest Aon Hewitt Managed Fund Index shows. Read More

  • UK firms favour...

    Mon 01 Sep 04:20 PM

    A major business lobby group has thrown its weight behind Britain keeping a single hub airport, a position which would f Read More

  • 500k Irish donate to Ice...

    Mon 01 Sep 04:00 PM

    The Ice Bucket Challenge is most popular social media craze this year, surpassing No Make-Up Seflies, according to the L Read More

  • ECB mull QE but markets...

    Mon 01 Sep 03:37 PM

    The European Central Bank has talked up the chances of launching a bond-buying program to ward off deflation and having Read More

  • New car sales nets extra...

    Mon 01 Sep 03:27 PM

    Figures just released from SIMI (Society of the Irish Motor Industry) show that this year, new car registrations have ge Read More

  • German Budget surplus...

    Mon 01 Sep 03:12 PM

    Germany posted its biggest budget surplus since reunification in the first half of 2014, underscoring the strength of it Read More

  • Tourism Ireland on...

    Mon 01 Sep 02:51 PM

    Tourism Ireland, together with 18 Irish tourism enterprises, is preparing a marketing blitz on three major cities in Chi Read More

  • UK manufacturing growth...

    Mon 01 Sep 02:44 PM

    Britain's manufacturing revival slowed sharply last month as the Ukraine crisis crimped demand from abroad, further dent Read More

  • EU draft emergency...

    Mon 01 Sep 02:28 PM

    The EU could ban gas exports and limit industrial use as part of emergency measures to protect household energy supplies Read More

  • Euro falls to one-year...

    Mon 01 Sep 02:10 PM

    The euro hit a year-low versus the dollar today, as investors added to bets against the single currency before the Europ Read More

  • Iceland volcano pours...

    Mon 01 Sep 01:59 PM

    A fissure eruption near Iceland's Bardarbunga volcano was still spouting lava today but no ash, a day after an eruption Read More

  • Rexxam to cut 70 jobs at...

    Mon 01 Sep 12:47 PM

    Up to 70 jobs will be lost with the closure of Drogheda-based manufacturing company Rexxam at the end of this year. Read More

  • Irish funds sector...

    Mon 01 Sep 12:33 PM

    There was a substantial rise in the number of mutual funds registered in Ireland between the end of June 2002 and the sa Read More

  • Irish economy bucking...

    Mon 01 Sep 12:19 PM

    Ireland is significantly bucking the trend in the euro zone's stalled recovery with evidence building from companies to Read More

  • Tourism sector seeks...

    Mon 01 Sep 12:07 PM

    Tourism is on the rebound after years of significant decline but a total investment of E65m is needed to secure growth t Read More

  • UK fund sells off stake...

    Mon 01 Sep 11:58 AM

    Star British fund manager Neil Woodford sold his fund's stake in HSBC last month, citing concerns about the potential im Read More

  • Waterford shop centre...

    Mon 01 Sep 11:49 AM

    Receivers have put a City Square, Waterford shopping unit up for sale with a guide price of E2.1m. Read More

  • Tesco's Irish sales...

    Mon 01 Sep 11:32 AM

    The latest grocery sales figures show intense competition in the Irish supermarket grocery sales sector with low price i Read More

  • Colm O'Neill is new...

    Mon 01 Sep 11:19 AM

    The Telecommunications and Internet Federation (TIF) today announced the appointment of BT Ireland Chief Executive Colm Read More

  • Talks resume in Irish...

    Mon 01 Sep 11:01 AM

    Talks will resume today at the Labour Relations Commission aimed at preventing a further 2-day train strike scheduled fo Read More

  • Novartis heart drug...

    Mon 01 Sep 10:48 AM

    Sales forecasts for Novartis's new heart failure drug are being ramped up by analysts after strikingly good clinical tri Read More

  • Bosses see benefit of...

    Mon 01 Sep 10:38 AM

    A poll of Irish business owners and senior managers has found growing support for flexible working conditions for staff. Read More

  • Pre-Budget rush on...

    Mon 01 Sep 10:25 AM

    The next few months will likely see a big rush by investors to buy Irish commercial property ahead of the Budget, which Read More

  • Grafton buys UK...

    Mon 01 Sep 10:14 AM

    Irish builders' merchants and DIY firm Grafton Group today said it has acquired Direct Builders Merchants, a general mer Read More

  • Worst hit industries now...

    Mon 01 Sep 10:08 AM

    Industries most impacted by the economic downturn have shown continued signs of improvement in August 2014, according to Read More

  • Brent drops below $103

    Mon 01 Sep 09:59 AM

    Brent crude dropped below $103 a barrel on Monday, as a recent rebound in oil prices was checked by fresh data suggestin Read More

  • Swatch smartwatch plans

    Mon 01 Sep 09:32 AM

    Swatch Group is happy to go it alone with a launch next year of watches with "smart" features to compete with so-called Read More

  • Worried EU leaders call...

    Mon 01 Sep 09:23 AM

    European Union leaders are set to hold an emergency summit on promoting growth and jobs in October at the suggestion of Read More

  • Nikkei edges up

    Mon 01 Sep 09:16 AM

    Japanese shares edged up on Monday in thin trade after investors bought some mid- and small-cap shares, but gains were c Read More

  • Euro zone factory growth...

    Mon 01 Sep 09:05 AM

    Euro zone manufacturing growth slowed slightly more than initially thought last month as new orders dwindled and factori Read More

  • Tesco tumbles again

    Mon 01 Sep 08:55 AM

    Britain's top equity index edged lower on Monday, as another sharp fall in the share price of supermarket retailer Tesco Read More

  • Germany posts budget...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:49 AM

    Germany posted a budget surplus of 16.1 billion euros in the first half of 2014, highlighting the strength of the countr Read More

  • French PM says ECB must...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:38 AM

    French Prime Minister Manuel Valls reiterated on Sunday calls for the European Central Bank to go "further" in tackling Read More

  • Iceland cuts aviation...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:35 AM

    Iceland cut its ash warning level for aviation to orange from red on Sunday, saying a fresh fissure eruption in Iceland' Read More

  • European shares edge up

    Mon 01 Sep 08:29 AM

    European shares kicked off September a touch higher on Monday, helped by some mergers and acquisitions speculation and e Read More

  • Microsoft anti-trust...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:26 AM

    A Chinese anti-trust regulator said on Monday it has given Microsoft Corp 20 days to reply to queries on the compatabili Read More

  • Euro hits fresh one-year...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:17 AM

    The euro hit a fresh one-year low on Monday, as heightened worries about the crisis in Ukraine kept the currency on the Read More

  • Irish manufacturing hits...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:11 AM

    Irish manufacturing expanded at the fastest rate since 1999 in August, a survey showed on Monday, as a surge in new orde Read More

  • Asian shares cautiously...

    Mon 01 Sep 08:07 AM

    Asian shares edged higher on Monday, with investors wary of a deepening crisis in Ukraine and a downbeat China manufactu Read More

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