The Border Brexodus – shoppers to go North amid fall of pound

The Department of Finance has warned that Vat receipts could drop in the wake of the Brexit vote, claiming plunging sterling may lure shoppers to the North instead.

Unemployment figures static in June – CSO

Latest figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show that unemployment remained static in the month of June.

Brexit: Sterling hits new lows, Bank of England slashes banks’ capital requirements

Sterling plunged to new lows against both the dollar and the euro on Tuesday as the UK’s decision to leave the European Union continues to batter investor confidence in the country.

Government would try to house EU bank body

The Irish Government would consider making an attempt to house the European Banking Authority (EBA) in the event of its relocation from London but as yet there is no specific plan in place, the Irish Independent understands.

European, UK shares snap winning streak, silver surges

A post-Brexit recovery across European markets stalled on Monday with major share indexes mixed while safe-haven demand for precious metals helped the price of silver surge to a near-two year high.

Brexit: Threat to Irish 12.5pc corporation tax as UK bids to slash rate

The UK is set to dramatically slash corporation tax rates to woo businesses deterred by Brexit, placing it in direct competition with Ireland for vital foreign direct investment.

International survey ranks Ireland in Top 10

Ireland has moved into the top 10 ranking in a global reputation study.

Fidelity to move 100 jobs from London to Dublin

Fund manager Fidelity plans to move around 100 jobs from Britain to Dublin as a part of its long-term strategy, a spokesperson said in an email to Reuters.

IMF warns of Brexit global hit as Irish growth expected to ease

Cantor Fitzgerald has lowered Ireland’s growth forecasts for the coming years on the back of the Brexit vote, as the International Monetary Fund warned the uncertainty the result created is the biggest risk to the global economy.

Funds snapped up Bank of Ireland stakes in Friday crash

AKO Capital, a $9.5bn London-based hedge fund, has taken a 3pc stake in Bank of Ireland, securing its holding in the company last Friday as equities slumped on the back of the Brexit vote.

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